A Message from David Rosen, President & CEO, and Gary Rosenstein, WHV Board Chair
During the last 12 months, Wexner Heritage Village experienced a
number of forces that compelled great change in virtually every segment of our comprehensive network of senior healthcare and housing services. In anticipation of additional changes, the organization completed a significant restructuring that centralized and streamlined many of our adm
inistrative functions, substantially reduced costs and created an improved customer experience. It wasn't easy or without painful moments. But, heading into 2016, we are positively positioned to develop beneficial partnerships with acute care providers across the region, save a total of $1.5 million in just 12 months, continue to improve patient outcomes and expand our community-based services.
If this and the steps outlined in our 2016 WHV Annual Report
all sounds ambitious, it's for a good reason: They are. But we feel confident this course will both protect and benefit Wexner Heritage Village as we embark on a future that promises continuous and rapid change to our healthcare system. By being proactive and inventive, WHV will stay ahead of the curve in senior healthcare and housing and will be free to focus on our stated mission - the delivery of superior care.
I encourage you to take a few moments to read the 2016 WHV Annual Report
to get a sense of where we, as an organization and community, are coming from and where we are going.
David T. Rosen Gary Rosenstein
President & CEO WHV Board Chair