Greystone Healthcare Management has begun construction on the 10-acre site on the southwest corner of Hooks Street and Citrus Tower Blvd. The  60,250 square-foot nursing facility will include 80 total beds, comprised of 40 private suites, and 20 semi-private rooms.

The center will have an enclosed exterior courtyard that is accessed through shaded porch areas for resident comfort. Activity areas and living rooms have been planned within each resident wing, allowing for varied social and recreational activities as well as interaction with staff. Multiple dining venues will feature a varied menu selection and the opportunity to enjoy different settings. A cinema with state-of-the-art video and audio equipment will be available for use by patients, residents, and their families.

Specialized orthopedic, cardiac and stroke rehabilitation programs and nursing services will be provided. For the patient focused on rehabilitation, the therapy suite will have a private entrance separate from the main entrance and the resident care areas. This area will also be used for evaluating each patient or resident’s safe transition to home. There will also be an occupational therapy track nestled in the facility’s interior courtyard. Both the dining and therapy areas will have sweeping vistas of the area’s lakes.

“The cornerstone of our centers is our ability to facilitate rapid recovery and restore quality of life to patients and residents in a more home-like setting than the traditional, institutional skilled nursing facility,” said Gregg Clavijo-Hopper, senior vice president of post-acute care services for Greystone Health. “At the Lakes of Clermont Health and Rehabilitation Center, we are replicating a model that has been so successful in other locations, where we create an atmosphere conducive to wellness and healing. We know this center will be a welcomed addition to the Clermont community.”

The Lakes of Clermont Health and Rehabilitation to open in fall 2020.

The Northwest Corner of Hooks Street and Citrus Tower Blvd.

The property on the northwest corner of Hooks Street and Citrus Tower Blvd. is presently approved for a 230-unit gated upscale apartment complex in addition to two commercial buildings. To see what to expect, visit ContraVest.


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