Contact Senator John Hoffman

Senator John Hoffman from Champlin will be the Health and Human Services Committee Chair for the 2023 legislative session. Use the template below to contact him about the needs of our skilled nursing facility. Contact information at this link: Dear Senator John Hoffman, Thank you for your time in reading and responding to the

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Tubs & Scrubs

Candas Schouvieller, Administrator Thank you for your support of Oak Hills Living Center! Your gifts, encouragement, and dedication to those who can no longer care for themselves in our community is greatly appreciated. January 2022 brought much excitement with the official launch of our capital campaign, Growing Our Tomorrow. The love we received from our

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Candas Schouvieller, CEO/Administrator October 1st begins a new fiscal year for Oak Hills Living Center. Reflecting on the 2021-2022 fiscal year I paused and thought of the analogy between the windshield and rear-view mirror. It is beneficial to take a small amount of time to reflect on the past, however most of our time should

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Candas Schouvieller, Administrator Fall is a busy time for Oak Hills as our high school and college students return to their studies. It is fun to watch our future workforce learn and grow. For many students, employment at Oak Hills is their first job. As these students continue their development we welcome back nurses who

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Candas Schouvieller, Administrator In 2003, Oak Hills was busy fundraising for $300,000 to complete the addition of 16- 1 bedroom HUD assisted living apartments. Simultaneously, nursing home funding was in question due to a State budget deficit. Fast forward 20 years, we are fundraising for upwards of $3 million to add 30 enhanced assisted living

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Hurry Up, and Wait

Candas Schouvieller, Administrator Three years ago, when we started planning for our expansion, Growing Our Tomorrow, we could have never predicted that ‘hurry up, and wait’ might have been a better campaign slogan! First, we hurried to complete a market study, then we had a pandemic and waited. Next, assisted living licensure changes hurried us

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