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Mercy is partnering with Presbyterian Homes & Services — a national leader in housing and services for older adults — to create a new standard for senior living for the Cedar Rapids community. HallMar Village is being constructed on 42 acres of land in northeast Cedar Rapids, east of the C Ave. Extension and northeast of Robins Road.
When completed in fall 2023, HallMar Village will be an advanced, medically integrated community for older adults — including those living with dementia — and provide healthy living unlike other options available today. This new senior living community will provide a full range of housing and services for the rapidly growing population of older adults in the region.
HallMar Village will replace the existing Mercy Hallmar nursing home, which opened in 1960. In addition to a long-term care community, HallMar Village will also include independent living and assisted living apartments, as well as an expansive village center.
Will include conveniences for residents and visitors alike, including:
Construction on the site began in the spring of 2021. For more information, please contact Jennifer Jiruska at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The HallMar Village community will also be connected to The Chris & Suzy DeWolf Family Innovation Center for Aging & Dementia, which will provide support to people living with dementia, care partners and families, and where best practices in aging and dementia are discovered, evaluated and piloted. Specifically, it will provide access to:
Mercy’s Memory Clinic, which is currently housed at the hospital, will be relocated here to conveniently serve those living on-site, as well as extend services to the broader community. The Memory Clinic is a source of medical evaluation and assessment for people seeking to determine whether their changing memory is a normal part of aging or a form of dementia. To make an appointment now, please call (319) 398-6435.
A geriatric medical clinic will have dedicated clinic space to provide ongoing care to residents for drop-ins and same-day acute services. Geriatric providers will also see residents in their homes, if necessary. Additionally, multi-specialty services will be available, including counseling and telehealth.
The Family Caregivers Center of Mercy will offer resources consistent with those currently provided at their 901 8th Ave. SE location, including individual caregiver visits, support groups, educational events, art, music and chair yoga. For assistance, call (319) 221-8866.
The Research & Training Institute will offer training to Mercy Medical Center and clinic staff, as well as family care partners and other care centers in the community. The Institute will include:
Additionally, the Institute will collaborate with area colleges and universities and include learning labs. It will also offer education and training to Mercy staff, senior living community staff, and families experiencing chronic conditions like dementia.
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