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Home is where the Guest House is...
Redmond Regional Medical Center and the Heart of the Community Foundation are proud to have partnered together on the Heart of the Community Guest House.
The luxurious twelve bedroom house located on the west parking lot of Redmond Regional will provide a temporary "home-away-from-home" for out of town families of seriously ill patients free of charge. The Guest House is funded with money raised by the annual "An Affair of the Heart" awards gala. Local businesses and families have supplied the furnishings and household items. Redmond provides day-to-day management of the facility.
An engraved brick-paved walkway leads up to the guest house. These bricks were sponsored in memory or in honor of loved ones. The bricks have been engraved with the names of these individuals or families.
Families who would like to stay at the Guest House must be referred by a Physician, Staff Nurse, Chaplain, or the Social Services Department. The referral form should be presented to the Nursing Administration Office. Once registration forms are completed, and provided there are any rooms available, family members will be assigned to a room and given keys.
View inside the guesthouse:As you can see, it would be easy to make yourself at home in this comfortable setting.
There is a fully equipped kitchen available for your use, complete with laundry facilities.
Below is just a sample of two of the six comfortable bedrooms available at the Heart of the Community Guest House.
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