FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 21, 2019
Magnolia Manor Purchases Woodlands Health and Rehabilitation
Magnolia Manor is pleased to announce the purchase of Woodlands Health and Rehabilitation, a 169-bed skilled nursing facility located in Midway, Liberty County, Georgia. Ownership transferred on Tuesday, September 10. With a name change to Magnolia Manor of Midway, the facility is now part of the Magnolia Manor family; a growing network of nine senior living communities located across South Georgia.
Facility Administrator, Amro Amer, transitioned with Magnolia Manor and will work with senior staff to lead the facility through the transition.
According to Magnolia Manor President and CEO, Mark R. Todd, the organization has already launched a three-year plan to upgrade the building and grounds, as well as make changes to the program of care. This multi-million dollar project will include improvements to just about every aspect of the facility and its operations.
“We are excited about bringing our faith-based culture of excellence to the Midway campus,” said Todd. “Magnolia Manor has extensive training available to staff who are new to our organization. We look forward to sharing our culture with residents, their families, and our staff. But more importantly, we hope people notice how those values make a difference in the way we serve.”
Senior VP for Communications, Steve Vinson said, “Our primary focus is on caring for people, not making a profit. As a United Methodist Minister, I especially appreciate the fact that our organizational culture is based on a Servant Leadership model with its roots in the Christian faith. That means we care for our residents, our staff and our property because we are called to be good stewards of all that we have. Being a good steward also means we manage our financial affairs. We strive to strike a balance between resident needs and the sustainability of our ministry. I think the community will appreciate our approach.”
Headquartered in Americus, Georgia, Magnolia Manor is a faith-based, tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization affiliated by covenant with the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. Magnolia Manor was established in 1959 and serves more than 1,300 senior adults daily throughout South Georgia. Services at our nine locations are open to all persons, regardless of denominational affiliation. We provide various levels of care including Independent Living, Catered Care, Personal Care, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and specialized Memory Care.
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