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Villa Crest Nursing And Retirement Center

Manchester, New Hampshire : Armand Demers, was a Army rifleman during World War II, who had never seen the World War II Memorial that was created to honor both him and his fellow Veterans.

This all changed, on Father's Day - June 20, 2010, when He and 2 other residents of Villa Crest Nursing & Retirement Center along with 20 other Veterans boarded Southwest airlines, on an Honor Flight, to our nations capitol.

Honor Flight New England, a non profit organization provided Villa Crest Nursing & Retirement Center, residents Armand Demers, Edmond Levesque and Lionel Nolet with the trip of a lifetime.

Demers, Levesque and Nolet left early Sunday morning from Villa Crest Nursing & Retirement Center, with other Veterans from New England. From, there they took a bus to Logan airport, where they were greeted by the Massachusetts State Police, TSA cadets and hundreds of folks who provided them with an honorable sendoff.

"This is a day to remember ", "A day that I thought would never come" said Edmond Levesque

Joe Byron, who in 2009 started the New England chapter of the national Honor Flight Network organization, said "The one goal of Honor Flight New England is to take as many New England World War II Veterans of any war to the World War II Memorial in Washington DC, at no cost to the Veteran."

"I am so thankful to be part of this trip, I never realized that so many people cared" Nolet said, after he was shook hands with several others at the World War II Memorial.

The Honor Flight Network has flown more than 40,000 WWII Veterans to washington DC in the past 5 years. The first flight for Honor Flight New England, based in Hooksett,NH, took off in June 2009.

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Villa Crest Nursing And Retirement Center

MANCHESTER, N.H. Each year the partners of Villa Crest Nursing & Retirement Center set a goal every year to raise $1,500 to support The Foundation for Geriatric Education. "We have been raising money for this important organization since 1999," reported Center Administrator Sarah McEvoy. "This Foundation supports organizations that provide education in geriatrics. Geriatric care is our business." Foundation funds have been used to support LNA Health Care Careers and St. Anselm's College.

This year Villa Crest is pleased to present Foundation Funds to the Nursing Program at the University of New Hampshire. This $1,500 donation will enable the university to improve student learning in the care of the elderly suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease. "The College of Health and Human Services is expanding collaborative relationships with organizations that promote the health and well being of citizens throughout New Hampshire and gifts like this help us tremendously," said Barbara Arrington, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. "We are grateful for Villa Crest's support."

The University of New Hampshire, the state's flagship public university, is a vibrant place: a land-, sea-, and space-grant university where undergraduate and graduate students engage in daily discovery and the intellectual excitement of doing research with their faculty mentors.

Villa Crest Nursing and Retirement Center, a 153-bed center, provides a full range of long-term health care services including 24-hour professional nursing care as well as assisted living services. For more information contact Kary Bijeol at (603) 622-3262.

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Villa Crest found deficiency-free is state survey

For long term care centers in New Hampshire, one of the highest confirmations of quality service is to receive a deficiency-free inspection from the State Department of Public Health. Villa Crest is pleased and proud to have been found deficiency-free on it's 2005/2006 annual state survey.

State and Federal regulations for New Hampshire nursing homes require a thorough survey on a range of core criteria such as safety, quality of care, patient rights, food service, administration and nursing care. Villa Crest was surveyed under all of those criteria and found to be deficiency free on all criteria.

This survey underscores Villa Crest’s commitment to providing first-rate care at all levels of operation in order to ensure a high standard of health, safety and well-being for each of its patient/residents.

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and we will arrange for someone to assist you at your convenience.

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