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Friends of Witherell Pay Tribute to Dr. Francis X. Walsh at November 1st Event

Friends of Nathaniel Witherell | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Dr. Frank Walsh has been a beloved member of our medical team at the Witherell for many years. A skilled and dedicated physician with one of the busiest nephrology and internal medical practices in Greenwich, Dr. Walsh has served as our Medical Director since 2008. On Thursday, November 1st, in recognition of his many years…

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The Arts are Alive at the Witherell!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

From landscape and pottery painting to photo exhibits and artist lectures—the arts are an important part of life at the Nathaniel Witherell. Our community is home to several former artists, and we’re a place where budding creative talent is nurtured. Our therapeutic arts program is robust. Residents can participate in hands-on arts projects, or can…

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Welcome! Edward Omondi Joins The Witherell as Director of Nursing

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Please join us in welcoming Edward Omondi as the Witherell’s new Director of Nursing! The quality, compassion, and attentiveness of our nursing staff is a point of pride. With Ed on board, our 200+ nursing managers, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants will benefit from his leadership experience and extensive background in…

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New! ‘Witherell at Home’ Offers At-Home Care for Our Short-Term Residents

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Now at The Nathaniel Witherell we’re pleased to offer a new service to support the Greenwich seniors we serve—Witherell At Home, which is in-home care for our newly discharged short-term rehabilitation residents. The new service comes through a partnership with DanielCare Caring Choice, LLC, a leading home care organization serving the Fairfield County community. “We…

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The Journey to Recovery Starts at Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Sustaining a fracture is painful and recovery is often a long road. When you’re 93 years old, that journey can be even more difficult. But, Ann Selden, who was an avid golfer at 93 years of age when she fractured her femur while golfing last July, wanted to get back in the swing. She got…

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