Expansion into Home and Community Based Services for Residents and the Community

Westminster Canterbury Richmond is excited to announce plans to expand services to include companion care, home health and hospice care services to residents on our campus and beyond.

“Our strategic plan calls us to better serve today and tomorrow’s seniors. With that in mind, the Westminster Canterbury board and executive leadership is very excited to expand our mission into home and community based services. The development of home health, home care and hospice will allow us to fill gaps in our care continuum and strategically serve seniors in their home, whether on our campus or in the Greater Richmond area,” states John Burns, President and CEO.

Westminster Canterbury Richmond is partnering with Senior Options, a Virginia Beach-based non-profit, in order to begin the process of obtaining the licensing and certification required for these new services. Senior Options provides advisory services and operational support to nonprofit senior living organizations wishing to serve seniors beyond the walls of their campuses. “We are delighted to welcome Westminster Canterbury Richmond to Senior Options and look forward to building on the work of their outstanding leadership team,” said Nancy King, DM, President of Senior Options.

These new services will be rolled out over the next six to twelve months as we begin to recruit staffing and meet our licensing and certification requirements. We are excited to take this next step to provide the best care possible to our residents and seniors in Richmond, both on our campus and off.

For more information about Westminster Canterbury Richmond, contact Brandon Lowe, Stewardship Coordinator, at (804) 264-6066 or blowe@wcrichmond.org.

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