DCMC nursing center looks and feels like home

Door County Medical Center's new skilled nursing facility is taking shape. It's also moving away from the institutional atmosphere of past nursing centers.  The Pete and Jelaine Horton Center will accommodate 30 residents in two different wings or neighborhoods, as they're called.  The Skilled Nursing Facility's Director of Nursing Judy Sinitz says the center is designed to look and feel like home.



The 25,000 square-foot, single floor facility is scheduled to open this August. 

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