Ciena Healthcare, a manager and operator of skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers in Michigan, celebrated the grand-opening of its newest center in Detroit. The 160-bed facility, Regency at Chene, located at 2295 East Vernor Highway, is an innovative skilled nursing center with a licensed and certified team of professionals offering person-centered care in a comfortable setting.
Dignitaries at the ribbon-cutting ceremony included Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, members of the Detroit City Council and representatives from the offices of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow and U.S. Sen. Gary Peters.
Regency at Chene, a 93,652-square-foot facility, is the ninth Ciena Healthcare center in Detroit, 12th in Wayne County and 40th location in Michigan. Built at a cost of $23 million, Regency at Chene will employ more than 200 people in both full-time and part-time positions.
Regency at Chene includes 46 private suites and 55 semi-private suites and four bariatric suites. All suites are barrier-free and have private bathrooms. Amenities include three dining rooms, comfortable lounges for families and guests, activities, a café, library and full-service salon and spa. Additionally, the entire facility is backed up by emergency power.
Among services offered at Regency at Chene are a range of comprehensive therapy and nursing care, under the direction of a board-certified physician. Skilled services include 24-hour nursing care, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy and a state-of-the-art rehabilitation gym.