Allentown, Pa

 

Today at 1:00 pm, local emergency responders, organized by Jeff Kelly, Emergency Management Coordinator of South Whitehall Township, will be honoring the staff of Cedarbrook Senior Care & Rehabilitation with a Healthcare Heroes parade. This also coincides with National Nurses Week,which honors nurses throughout the country for their service.

 

Cedarbrook has been significantly impacted by COVID-19.  This event will honor all its staff members as heroes during this global pandemic, including the remarkable nurses that serve the needs of residents.  This will be a warm welcome as the staff has endured fear and grief caused by the pandemic.

 

 

Firetrucks and other emergency vehicles will drive by the Allentown campus to rally for Cedarbrook staff with signs of support as a way of saying “thank you” to workers for providing residents comfort and care during this unprecedented time.  Cedarbrook also plans to extend their thanks to the parading emergency responders who are also amazing heroes serving our community.

 

 

Cedarbrook continues to remain confident its community will stay strong and manages to maintain its 4 Star ‘Above Average’ CMS Rating.   Cedarbrook continues to meet its mission of “A Community with Heart Offering Individualized Care and Excellent Service.”

 

 

It is with heartfelt gratitude that Phillips Armstrong, Lehigh County Executive and Jason Cumello, Cedarbrook Administrator extend its thanks to all Cedarbrook staff, nurses, and volunteers for all the hard work they continue to do.

 

Thank you to all our healthcare workers for all you do.  God Bless you!

LoriLee, Owern, Journalist

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