City Council Member Karen Stepper Stops by Danville Post- Acute Rehab

City Council Member Karen Stepper Stops by Danville Post- Acute Rehab

Danville Post-Acute Rehab, a 5-Star skilled nursing facility in Danville, California that provides 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services, was honored to have the former mayor and current city council member, Karen Stepper, visit.  Karen Stepper, Council Member of the town of Danville, stopped by Danville Post- Acute Rehab to meet the staff and residents and to take a tour of the beautiful facility. Taylor Ellis, Danville Post-Acute Rehab’s administrator, was honored to have a member of city council visit,

“Today we had the privilege of having Council Member Karen Stepper of the town of Danville join us for a visit. It was a great opportunity for the facility and residents to visit with the council member. Karen was very impressed by the facility and the staff.”

Danville Post-Acute Rehab has earned a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Danville has earned a five-star rating for their survey results for the last 3 years. Danville Post-Acute Rehab also received the Best Nursing Homes designation from US News and World Report for 2016 and 2017.

The City Council establishes Danville’s goals and priorities and also provides direction through policy-making. “In addition, the Danville City Council appoints commissions, committees, and board members, who advise the Council in different program areas such as planning, arts, parks, and leisure services, and design review. Council members also represent Danville in multiple capacities through participation in local, regional and state organizations.”

Karen Stepper and Danville’s Mayor will be visiting Danville Post-Acute Rehab later this year to celebrate the 103rd birthday of some Danville Post-Acute Rehab residents. The staff and residents enjoy when the local government officials, law enforcement, and fire personal visit Danville Post-Acute Rehab, it really makes everyone feel like they are part of a special community.