Open House 1-4 pm June 25
Residents of the new 37-bed Juliette Manor, 482 Oak Street in Berlin, move in on Thursday, June 9. The new facility replaces the Juliette Manor that has been in the downtown Berlin location since 1964. It was the original Berlin Hospital built in 1935.
An open house will be 1-4 pm on Sat., June 25. Light refreshments will be served and tours of the new facility will be provided.
The new Juliette Manor is on the campus of the Berlin Memorial Hospital, making it easily accessible for extended patient care for the residents of the Manor. Boldt began construction on Aug. 24, 2015.
Juliette Manor is a member of the ThedaCare family. “ThedaCare made the commitment early in the affiliation to support the replacement of Juliette Manor and help keep the nursing home industry alive in Berlin. They are an outstanding partner and have provided great resources and support through the planning, design and construction phases of the project,” Marchan said.
Juliette Judy Roland Supply Coordinator likes the brightness of the new Juliette Manor
Judy Roland, a Juliette Manor supply coordinator, has been at the Manor for the 15 years. Her mom is 91 and a resident at Juliette Manor. She said her mom will appreciate the brightness of the new residence.
Checking in with the maintenance crew
Dana Zills has served as facility maintenance at Juliette Manor, Berlin, for eight years. On June 1 he was at the new location working on last minute plans to get everything ready for the residents to move in on June 9.
Juliette Manor Administrator, ready to move in
Tina Marchan, Juliette Manor administrator, took a walk outside to check on the landscaping progress on June 1. Marchan spent her time until the residents move on June 9 coordinating the move.
Juliette Manor in Berlin to welcome residents on June 9
The new Juliette Manor in Berlin, that was built to replace the former Juliette Manor located downtown Berlin, will open its doors for residents on June 9. Boldt Construction, under the direction of Matt Leonard, worked diligently with Tina Marchan, Juliette Manor administrator, and ThedaCare to build a state-of-the-art-facility that will welcome residents. The facility will house rehab patients, has a memory care unit, and spacious rooms with bathrooms, and storage to provide the best for the residents whether short term or long term.
A message board depicts the timeline for Juliette Manor, Berlin
Memory Board tells Doug’s Story – a resident that had rehab at the Manor
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