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Signature HealthCare of Trimble County is pleased to openly share our Star-rating score.  We have achieved a rating of 5 STARS.  The Federal Government/Center for Medicare Services (CMS) issues Star-ratings for every skilled-care facility in the nation.

Only the Top 10% of all homes are allowed into the 5-star level.  These ratings are based on Quality of Care Measures, Annual Inspection Scores, and Staffing Levels.  We believe this star-rating is perfectly suited for us since we always strive to give the best possible care to our beloved elders.

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Bedford, Ky. – Signature HealthCARE of Trimble County has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes 2014 list.

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Dear Neighbors, Families, Friends, and Responsible Parties,

Signature Healthcare of Trimble County feels that pets are an important part of life, and many of our residents have always had pets.  In an effort to keep pets in our neighbor’s lives we have always allowed and encouraged pets to come and visit.

At Signature Healthcare of Trimble County we want to continue that tradition, but we need to ask for assistance from you.  If you or your friends will be bringing a pet into visit we will need the pet’s up to date shot records.  The records will be kept in a binder at the facility and only utilized if necessary.

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Nation Nursing Home Week came to and end as we celebrated the 60s with lots of groovy music, fun crafts, and some interesting 60s trivia.

Forget about Bingo, we brought in the whole casino as we celebrated a day in Vegas!

Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, I Love Lucy, Name That Tune: we couldn’t get enough of all the fun things from the 50s!

Aloha!  With our feet in the pool and drinks by the Tiki Bar, we couldn’t have had a better day for a Hawaiian Luau!

We started National Nursing Home Week off with a theme that’s close to home, Farmer’s Day! We couldn’t get enough of the baby cows and tractor rides!


We enjoyed Spring Break for Seniors Day!

We grilled out hot dogs and hamburgers, and started our planting party. We planted 13 rose and climbing rose bushes, butterfly bushes, lilac bushes, and various flowers for our new sensory garden.

We also adopted out potted flowers for some of our elders to take loving care of until they are big enough to be planted in our flower garden. Some elders just enjoyed feeling the sun on their skin and the sights, and smells of spring.

Lana Parisek, Quality of Life Director

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Some of our neighbors enjoyed an afternoon at the movies!