Emeritus at Liberal Springs Game for New Name

KSCB News - June 15, 2015 4:21 pm

Liberal, KS, June 23rd, 2015. If something seems a little different to you the next time you are near Emeritus at Liberal Springs, don’t be surprised. Its new name of Brookdale Liberal Springs will reflect its connection to the Brookdale senior living family and the large network of services it provides for senior adults. Not only is Emeritus at Liberal Springs changing its name, so are other Brookdale communities across Kansas.

“We are very excited about this change,” said Gay Gallagher, executive director of Emeritus at Liberal Springs. “Becoming a part of Brookdale shows that we are a part of something bigger and that we are engaged in a nationwide mission to provide seniors with the highest quality care, service and living accommodations.”

Brookdale, headquartered near Nashville, is the nation’s largest operator of senior living services. With approximately 1,150 communities in 46 states, Brookdale operates independent living, assisted living, and dementia-care communities and continuing care retirement centers.

“At a Brookdale community, you know the people who work there have a passion for helping seniors and finding them solutions to the needs in their lives,” Gallagher continued. “Our associates have always provided exemplary care for our residents and that will not change. We are proud of the care we have provided in Liberal in the past and look forward to continuing to provide and elevating that level of care in the future as part of the Brookdale family.”

Come see our new sign and find out our new name at the big reveal!

WHAT: Emeritus at Liberal Springs’ name change to Brookdale Liberal Springs

WHO: The people who live and work in the community and some other important folks who want to play the name game. Contact Gay Gallagher, executive director, to chat more about the change or to get a tour of the community.

WHERE: Emeritus at Liberal Springs
1500 Terrace Avenue
Liberal, Ks 67901

WHEN: Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015
3:00 PM


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