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 CCMCF is proud to be 5 star rated 2017, 2018 and 2019 by U.S. News & World Report. Team work, love and support from families and community does make a 5 star facility.  Thank you all for making CCMCF the best of the best.

CCMCF enjoying Nature

Cass County Administrator Jeff Carmen shows his support for the upcoming millage. Jeff is pictured with Christian Lutes, CCMCF Administrator in Training.

PORTA POTTIES LAND AT THE CCMCF!!!!

                           

 Porta potties are located at the end of each hallway for visitors to utilize during window visitors with love ones. Our  community continues to show love and support during this trying time and we appreciate you!!!!!

                                 

CCMCF FIGHTING THE HEAT

CCMCF fighting the heat with cool refreshing Root Beer Floats.

CCMCF WEEKLY DRAWING WINNERS

                             

CCMCF resident shows appreciation and support for staff with a poem.

JUST A LITTLE SNACK

BY

CCMCF RESIDENT

A poem 

Dedicated to all the staff

At the Cass County Medical Care Facility

When in rehab you don’t have much. 

Some have most nothing at all

Some have visitors now and again,

While others just hope for a call.

The folks in a rehab are WAY understaffed

And overworked to boot…

But they do their best to pack a smile

And help all the cures to take root.

Short and long term patients abound.

Some help and some just demand

And some are just sort a there,

Just present and at hand.

Still the staff everyday

Help others with a smile.

Stubborn where they need to be

And kind all the while.

Taking patients to things outside

And caring for them ‘in room”.

In spite of how the staff feel themselves,

They chase away the patient’s gloom.

So I write this,

for all of those who helped care for me.

As I recovered from my stroke.

My thanks and love

Me

REMINDER

FOR THE PROTECTTION OF OUR RESIDENTS AND CCMCF WE ARE ASKING THAT NO ITEMS OF ANY KIND BE BROUGHT TO THE FACTLITY. CCMCF IS PROVIDING EVERYTHING NEEDED SUCH AS FOOD, SNACKS, PERSONAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS, DRINKS, ETC.

DO NOT BRING

FOOD, POP, CANDY, PERSONAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS, ETC.

CAN BRING

FLOWER MAY BE LEFT OUTSIDE THE WINDOW HOWEVER, PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE THEM IN ANY SORT OF GLASS VASE. CLOTHING CAN ALSO BE BROUGHT TO THE FRONT DOOR. YOU MAY ALSO SEND CARDS AND LETTERS VIA MAIL.

AGAIN, THIS IS FOR THE PROTECTION OF EVRYONE, MAINLY OUR RESIDENTS. OUR RESIDENTS ARE 1st, 2nd, AND 3rd PRIORTY.

Residents' Outside Activities

It is very important that we all remember that even though residents are outside enjoying the weather that CCMCF is still closed to the public. People with COVID-19 can feel fine but carry the virus and pass the virus to others. The residents well-being continue to be our main concern. Please do not approach the residents during their outside activities. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

LADIES AUXILIARY DONATED TABLETS

Ladies Auxiliary donated tablets to CCMCF Activities Departments as a way for residents to Face Time, Skype, and Zoom with family and friends.

Words cannot express how thankful CCMCF is for all the love and support we have received from everyone.

CCMCF RESIDENTS GARDENING

May 22, 2020

 

                 

May 20, 2020

Cass County Sherriff’s Department (kelly D) donated homemade mask to CCMCF while keeping safe distance.  Staff and residents are thankful to everyone for their support.

 

 

 

CCMCF WESTERN DAY

May 13, 2o2o

Love and Support from Families and Community

   

MLTCOP

MICHIGAN LONG TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM

Join us every Wednesday as we answer questions

about COVID-19 in long term care facilities

 As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic outbreak continues to evolve, it is important for the long term care ombudsman program to continue to advocate for residents in licensed nursing homes, adult foster care, and homes for the aged more than ever.  We recognize the importance of keeping family and friends informed of ever-changing guidelines.  We have created weekly question and answer sessions.  These sessions are designed to respond to questions being raised over the course of the week, allowing us to research and respond accordingly.

Sessions are one hour and take place every Wednesday at 6:30 pm.  We encourage families and friends of residents to join the calls.  If you have a specific question you would like answered, please contact us at 517-827-8010 and leave a message or send us a detailed email at MLTCOP@meji.org.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Please be sure to visit our website at MLTCOP.org for more details about the call and for information about COVID-19 and the ombudsman program.

How to Join the Weekly COVID-19 Calls

To join by Zoom over the computer

 please click here (Ctrl+Click to follow link)

To join by phone

Call 1-929-205-6099

Meeting ID: 829 7146 7655#   Participant ID # Password: 838159

April 22, 2020

Per CDC COVID-19 prevention recommendations,

Residents at Cass County Medical Care Facility will wear a cloth mask when outside of their room as tolerated.

Thank you to all the families, friends and community for your patience and cooperation during this difficult time.

 

CCMCF staff, families, friends and community has always been in this together

The Overflowing of Love and Concern for CCMCF

Thank you to everyone for your generosity for making and donating masks to help keep the CCMCF free from the Coronavirus, common cold and flu. You are our heroes!!!!! 

CCCMF staff and residents are so appreciative of all the love and support they have received.

April 19, 2020

CCMCF Sunday Afternoon Horsing Around

 

Residents enjoyed the Ponies as well as the staff

CCMCF is very thankful to the family that brought the beautiful Ponies for our residents to enjoy.

 

April 16, 2020

CASS COUNTY SHERRIFF’S OFFICE K-9’S BRINGS SMILES TO NURSING HOME RESIDENTS 

Cass County Sherriff’s Office K-9’s Faust and Nellie the bloodhound, along with handlers Deputies Dave Nevins and Tiffany Graves, visited the Cass County Medical Care Facility in hopes of bringing a smile to it’s residents’ faces.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic instead of going inside to interact with the residents the dogs and handlers visited outside residents’ windows, waving and holding signs. CCMCF staff and residents enjoyed and greatly appreciated the Officers sharing their time and most of all their brave and dedicated furry friends.

               

Since its inception 180 years ago, the Cass County has enjoyed a reputation of excellence care and the Cass County Medical Care Facility is the facility of choice in Southwestern Michigan.

Our facility is spacious and modern, situated on 140 acres of trees, rolling lawns and cropland, also sharing the space with wild turkeys and deer. Two ponds with a fishing deck and a patio makes the grounds relaxing and homelike.

Come out to CCMCF  and experience our loving and caring family.

We have Physical and Occupational Therapists available seven days a week, including home visits in preparation for discharge. Residents may benefit from attending physical, occupational, or speech therapy to improve their quality of life.

Where Compassionate Care and Community Meet

For the convenience of our residents, their families, and referral sources, we have resident admissions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The admission process is quickly and easily accomplished.

Our Mission is Simple

The Cass County Medical Care Facility will provide to our community of care  the highest possible quality of life through compassionate care, exceptional skilled nursing and rehabilitation services regardless of ability to pay.

Different is Better

As a not-for-profit government health care facility, we view our mission differently than a private nursing facility.

Our mission is quite simple. Our “profits” are invested in our resident’s care…day by day, week by week, month by month. As a result, our staffing levels of nurses, aides and support staff are higher than most nursing homes in the country. This allows us to provide more personalized time with each resident.