In 2016, Wesley completed a first phase of renovation to the Springs building at Wesley Health Care Center – our oldest nursing home building. The 5th floor of Springs and the main lobby area of Wesley Health Care Center were transformed. The upgrades resulted in a contemporary, efficient, comfortable and home-like environment. The change is remarkable and well received by residents and families.
Now is the time to fulfill a commitment to residents and transform floors 2, 3 and 4 in the Springs Building. This second phase will require an investment of more than $20 million dollars and the Campaign for Springs is raising funds to help with the project’s cost through philanthropic contributions.
The benefits of this project are numerous in caring for the community. With the help of donors like you, this ambitious effort will make a difference in many lives for generations to follow.
Video: Shelly Amato, Chief Strategy Officer and Campaign for Springs Co-Chair (Captioned)
The Wesley Community offers the Saratoga region a full range of services, including independent senior living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing care, home care, as well as outpatient therapy.
Wesley began as an innovative combination of housing and health care in one setting, and has grown to a bright, bustling campus that provides services that enhance more than 700 lives daily.
Every level of care and residential living, is underpinned by a highly trained staff that holds the organization’s mission close at hand, and treats all we serve as family. Wesley does this as a mission-based non-profit organization, in an increasingly for-profit world of senior care.
“With this project, Wesley will be better able to meet the needs of the older adults on our campus and the community at large, and to foster and support comfortable living at a vulnerable time of life.”
— Raymond Martin, Steering Committee Co-Chair