Aspen Health and Rehab Holds Ribbon Cutting for Facility in B.A.

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OPENING DAY: Holding the scissors during the ribbon cutting are Director Debbie Inks and developer Michael Morton. They were joined by members of the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce in addition to members of the Aspen Health and Rehab staff.

Aspen Health and Rehab, a nursing home in Broken Arrow, recently held a ribbon cutting for its new facility located at 1251 W. Houston St. According to Director Debbie Inks, the facility offers a unique alternative to Rehab. She says, “We have listened to what the community wants and that is what we are offering. It is a very upscale rehab experience with privacy and healing in mind.”
Inks says that resident privacy was a major factor in the design and layout of the facility. Aspen Health and Rehab offers 110 private rooms with high-end furnishings and modern amenities, including high ceilings, flat-screen TV’s, private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and multiple common areas for family visits and parties.
The rehab gym is large and open with state-of-the-art equipment to focus on the resident’s rehabilitation to develop a program of therapy, including physical, occupational and speech therapy – to focus on assisting residents to their prior level of function.
The Aspen Health and Rehab ribbon cutting was held Sept. 24 with the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce and leaders from the community. Tours of the new facility followed.