Boulevard Serves as the Presenting Sponsor for the Grand Marshal Celebration for 2014 Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade

Pomeroy Living is forever thankful for the support of the many Michigan communities in which it operates. To express its gratitude, Pomeroy and its communities make it a mission to give back to these communities.

Boulevard Participates in 2014 Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade as Presenting Sponsor for the Grand Marshal Celebration

Boulevard Health Center, a recent recipient of a CMS Five Star rating, served as the presenting sponsor for the Grand Marshal celebration for the 63rd annual Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade, held on December 7th, 2014. Boulevard Health Center is a Pomeroy Living community in Rochester Hills, Michigan which specializes in short-term rehabilitation. Boulevard’s parade float was called “Children’s Favorite Movies Inspire their Dreams!” This children’s Christmas movie-themed float, pictured below, was presented the Grand Marshal Award by the Grand Marshal Mr. Bill Fox as his favorite float entry in the parade. Boulevard’s float was not just for show; the Grinch’s bag was filled with toys that were donated to local children. Boulevard and its sister community Cherrywood greeted the public in Santa’s tent, providing refreshments and gift bags to the first 400 visitors. If you would like to see the Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade, you can watch the official recording on YouTube.

Boulevard Health Center's Float at 2014 Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade

Boulevard’s Float: “Children’s Favorite Movies Inspire their Dreams!”

Visit Boulevard Health Center’s website to learn more about this Pomeroy Living community. Boulevard blends 26 years of clinical excellence in a state-of-the-art setting with compassion, hospitality and luxurious accommodations. Boulevard is also home to Bradford Medical Resort, where guests are able to continue their recovery in the comfort of luxurious accommodations in an exclusive wing of Boulevard Health Center.

Boulevard recently achieved the highest possible rating of Five Stars from The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), which is given to only the top 10 percent of skilled nursing facilities in each state. This rating is based on health inspections, staffing levels, and nine different physical and clinical quality measures. CMS created the Five-Star Rating system to help consumers, their families and caregivers compare skilled nursing facilities more easily.