QUALITY, STABILITY, VALUE

Whitney Center is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and Continuing Care Accreditation Commission CARF-CCAC. This designation is awarded only to communities that demonstrate financial stability, quality of care, and the value of a resident’s investment.

QUALITY, STABILITY, VALUE

Whitney Center holds the coveted accreditation of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and Continuing Care Accreditation Commission CARF-CCAC. This designation is awarded only to communities that can demonstrate financial stability, quality of care, and the value of a resident’s investment.

Accreditation is a public seal of trust and commitment to quality. CARF accreditation means we have passed an in-depth review of our services, programs and care. It’s an assurance to our residents and to the public we serve that we meet rigorous guidelines for service and quality. A qualified endorsement means Whitney Center conforms to nationally and internationally recognized service standards and is focused on delivering the most favorable results possible.

Our accreditation is a public testament of our commitment to:

  • Involve residents and families in everything we do
  • Respect cultural preferences
  • Be responsible stewards
  • Address health and safety concerns, such as building safety and emergency preparedness
  • Maintain management practices that are efficient, cost-effective, and based on outcomes and  satisfaction.

Whitney Center has maintained its standing since 1998. Each year the community submits a report to the CARF-CCAC to reaffirm and demonstrate its commitment to the standards of excellence.

CARF-CACC Survey Findings
Whitney Center Area of Strengths

  • Organizational philosophies promote a culture of excellence through respect, community, stewardship, engagement, open communication and teamwork.
  • Nurtures a culture of trust as indicated in the longevity of employees who say they feel recognized and important. This is reflected in quality of care and service.
  • Forward-thinking Board of Directors and strategic plan.
  • Residents indicate communication is thorough.
  • Deficiency-free assisted living state survey and five-star rating in the healthcare center.
  • Environmentally conscious and committed to reducing its footprint.
  • Thrive at Home life-care-at-home program promotes health and wellness in the community.
  • Robust resident involvement in various resident council committees.
  • Main Street art gallery supports the residents’ passion for art.
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A well-dressed staffer talks to two senior residents, seated on gray couches in a Whitney Center common room
A bedroom in one of Whitney Center's well-appointed apartment homes, featuring sconces, tasteful artwork and a window to allow natural light.
A senior man and two senior women enjoying cocktails and an appetizer
Two women observing a wall-sized mural of a face, made up of colorful decoupage