Westwood, the largest nursing home in Wisconsin, is a place where everything is connected, where the patients and staff are always ready to respond to your every request.
This is the story of how Westwood was born and the stories that drive its residents.
1 / 11 2 / 11 The Westwood family’s story 1 / 12 2 / 12 Westwood’s story at a glance Westwood has been home to a number of families since its founding in the early 1900s.
It’s located in a small town of just over 3,000 people and has an estimated population of around 12,000.
The Westwoods were originally founded as a nursing home for children who died in infancy and a children’s hospital.
The family moved to a home in Westlake a few years later, and the community grew.
Westwood is a family-run place and the families that come here are usually the most experienced, knowledgeable, and supportive.
The nurses, doctors, and social workers that work at Westwood are all trained in advanced nursing care, and are able to take care of everyone from babies to seniors.
The residents of Westwood have all seen the positive impact that nursing home care can have on their lives.
When the nursing home was closed, the staff of Westlake became more involved in caring for the community.
When residents moved to the new nursing home they became its first residents.
Since then, the nursing homes staff has continued to make a positive impact on the community through services like social workers, counselors, and nurses.
When Westwood closed, Westlake residents began to seek a place to call home.
The nursing home’s staff is now able to help those who are seeking respite from the stresses of daily life, and to offer a community setting to heal and heal their minds.
1 of 2 1 / 2 Westwood staff at a Westlake hospital in 2019 The Westlake staff at Westwoods headquarters in 2020.
1 Of the hundreds of Westwoods residents, the family is the only one with a degree.
The staff at the Westwood facility, known as Westwood Center, have all had a similar experience.
The facility’s nurses are all residents and have worked together to offer their community services to people with disabilities.
They also have a background in advanced nurse care, which can make them skilled caregivers and dedicated employees.
The nurse who first worked at Westlake said that it was the nurses who had the most positive impact in helping Westwood residents find a place of home.
“When the nursing staffs first moved here, the residents were the only ones who could really connect with the facility,” she said.
“They were able to talk to their friends and get support.
Now, Westwood employees have come to know the residents better and have been able to share their stories and experiences with them.”
The nursing staff’s experience with the residents of the Westlake nursing home is one of the few positive stories that the community has heard about the care that the facility provides.
But the staff is not the only people that the residents know well.
The facilities staffs are also the most important people in Westwood.
“Westwood has so many nurses,” said Dr. Kristi Matson, who worked at the facility for more than 20 years.
“A lot of them have been here for many years, and a lot of the nurses are like family.
The families that have come through Westwood for so long know that the staff at this facility have the same level of expertise that they have.
They’re very professional, and they care about the patients, too.”
Matson said that the nurses also have an affinity for the facility.
“One of the things that we try to do is really keep them involved, and really make sure they’re making an impact,” she continued.
“I know that some of them don’t like to talk about it, but the staff are very professional and they take pride in their work.”
Malky and the staff members at West Hills facility have seen the impact that Westwood can have in the community, but it wasn’t until the nursing facility closed that the West Hills staff began to feel the negative effects.
Malky said that many of the residents felt like West Hills nurses were not always able to provide a safe environment for them.
“We’ve had a lot more people coming in than we had in the past,” she recalled.
“The staff were struggling with the people who come in.
It was a lot worse when we had less staff.”
West Hills is still operating with limited staff, but there are signs that the program is changing.
“At the beginning of the year, we saw a noticeable drop in the number of residents coming in,” said West Hills Chief Executive Officer David Lutz.
“Over the course of the next several months, we’ll see an increase in the staff we have working here.
That’s an indicator that the people are really appreciating West Hills.”
Westwood continues to offer residents a place