Westminster Village recently celebrated its groundbreaking on a $10 million, 25,000-square-foot expansion of the Health Center and a skilled nursing wing as well as refurbishment of the existing building located in Indiana. The project is expected to be completed next year and the project represents a series of continued upgrades in the village during the past five year. The addition will include 21 new private rooms with private baths, bistro dining, and a new rehabilitation therapy area. Also, 17 semi-private rooms in the current skilled nursing area will be converted into private rooms.
Westminster Village Executive Director Vicki Gregory said the health care expansion is a critical step forward. “Westminster Village has a tradition of offering an exceptional quality of life for our residents while always looking for new ways to raise the bar even higher. This addition will enhance our health care services and strengthen Westminster Village’s role as a benchmark for extraordinary senior living in West Lafayette,” said Gregory.
Opened in 1976 as a continuing care community and expanded over the years, Westminster Village is today home to 350 residents who live in single-family houses, independent-living apartments, assisted living apartments and the health center.