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MONROE, N.C., Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 31, hundreds of people joined PruittHealth – Union Pointe for its impressive open house event. Guests who attended the event included local community members; the PruittHealth – Union Pointe staff, as well as other members of the PruittHealth family; and dignitaries, including Mayor Bobby Kilgore of Monroe, Mayor Michael Alvarez of Indian Trail, Union County Commissioner Richard Helms, and Union County Chamber of Commerce President Pat Kahle and Director of Business Development Nancy McCoy Duncan. Administrator John Laurenzana, Chairman and C.E.O. Neil L. Pruitt, Jr., and Mayor Bobby Kilgore spoke at the event, and the Piedmont High School Air Force Junior ROTC presented the colors. Guests were given a guided tour of the newly constructed center, which is approximately 62,022 square feet, featuring state-of-the-art amenities.

Pictured at the PruittHealth - Union Pointe ribbon cutting ceremony (L to R): Corporate Chaplain Wanda Burton-Crutchfield, Administrator John Laurenzana, Chief Development Officer Nick Williams, Mayor Bobby Kilgore, Chairman & C.E.O. Neil L. Pruitt, Jr., and Union County Chamber of Commerce President Pat Kahle.

PruittHealth – Union Pointe is a premier skilled nursing and rehabilitation center that is licensed to care for a maximum of 90 patients, with 24-hour nursing services and a focus on state-of-the-art short-term rehabilitation. Amenities at the center include: 58 private and 16 semi-private patient suites; a 5,700 square foot therapy gym with state-of-the-art Biodex® and Nautilus® equipment; a HydroWorx® therapy pool; a beautiful lobby with a coffee shop serving Starbucks® coffee; a library and internet café; a full salon with professional massage services; living and dining spaces; indoor and outdoor water features; and outdoor fireplaces in spacious courtyards.

"We are thrilled to add PruittHealth – Union Pointe to our PruittHealth Family of Providers, and I am certain that the state-of-the-art amenities and services and home-like environment offered at this new skilled nursing and rehabilitation center will provide comfort and efficiency for our guests. At PruittHealth, we always strive to deliver excellence and high-quality care, and I believe that PruittHealth – Union Pointe will demonstrate our unparalleled commitment to caring," said Neil L. Pruitt, Jr., Chairman & C.E.O.

Guests are invited to schedule their own personalized tour of PruittHealth – Union Pointe, located at 3510 West Highway 74, where staff can answer questions and discuss a customized plan of care. Call (704) 291-8500 for more information.

About PruittHealth
Since 1969, PruittHealth has been providing high quality health care services throughout the Southeastern United States. The family of providers is well known for its holistic model of care, as well as its proactive performance improvement programs, and its continuous commitment to caring and to quality. The PruittHealth family owns and operates hundreds of locations, and touches the lives of more than 24,000 patients each day throughout Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Care is provided to customers by way of skilled nursing centers, home health and hospice agencies, assisted living and independent living communities. PruittHealth also provides institutional pharmacy and medical supply services, and programs in rehabilitation, nutrition, adult day care, and care management. For more information please visit: www.PruittHealth.com.

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