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Parkview Care Center helps Hibbs regain her strength after heart failure

Left to Right: Christine Chinn, physical therapist assistant; Myrtle Hibbs; and Nikki Pirtle, occupational therapist assistant

In October 2018, Myrtle Hibbs experienced full-body weakness following her battle with heart and respiratory failure.

Hibbs was admitted to Parkview Care Center, in Evansville, Indiana, on Oct. 31 for rehabilitation...

Parkview Care Center resident wins divisional Christmas card contest

Lois Collins, a resident at Parkview Care Center, recently had her artwork featured on a Christmas card.

Each year, the center’s parent company, Life Care Centers of America, invites residents in more than 200 nursing and rehab facilities to submit card designs, and one piece is chosen for each of the organization’s geographical divisions...

Parkview Care Center helps Fritz recover from heart surgery

Thomas Fritz with his care team

After having heart surgery to replace a valve, Thomas Fritz needed rehabilitation before he was ready to return home.

Fritz came to Parkview Care Center in Evansville, Indiana, on May 15, 2018, for physical and occupational therapies. When he arrived, he needed moderate assistance to transfer from one surface to another...

Parkview Care Center participates in local pet parade

Vanna, a Parkview Care Center house pet

On Oct. 8, 2016, Parkview Care Center in Evansville, Indiana, had the chance to showcase its in-house pets at the local West Side Nut Club Fall Festival Pet Parade.

Along with 21 residents, 54 associates and family members, Parkview pets Marvin and Vanna got in on the fun and walked the route or rode on the float. Marvin is a shih tzu, and Vanna is a Great Pyrenees mix. Associates and family members brought about 10 other dogs.

Parkview Care Center supports community through blood drives

Blood stock photo

On Aug. 5, 2016, Parkview Care Center in Evansville, Indiana, hosted a blood drive.

“We have had such a success over the past few annual drives that the Red Cross has asked if we could add another drive to our calendar,” said Tammy Belcher, admissions director. 

At the August blood drive, more than a dozen associates and visitors gave blood at Parkview Care Center.