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The long anticipated wait for the opening of the new movie theatre in Prestonsburg is nearly over. The brand new Riverview Theatre is set to open on Monday, November 30 at 2:00pm. The movie theatre is located inside of Riverview HealthCARE. Our Riverview home is actually more like a small community that already features a local lunch time favorite, The Mugg-Z Café, the Fred Harris Memorial Library, Riverview Community Chapel, Riverview Post Office, the Riverview Barber Shop and Hair Salon, and the Riverview Restaurant & Grille. We are very excited about the opening of the new movie theatre and we know it will be enjoyed by our elders and families.

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Today at Riverview HealthCARE we salute all the brave men and women that have fought and died for our freedom. A very emotional Veteran’s Day event was held today to honor all veterans, and especially to recognized the veteran’s in our Riverview community. A multitude of care partners and elders gathered together in our dining area to take part in this special celebration. We are very privileged to have a number of veterans living in our Riverview community and each one had the opportunity today to share their story. A very moving performance of our national anthem was given and the event was followed by a reception with cake and refreshments. THANK YOU VETERANS! Here’s a few pics from our Veteran’s day celebration…

Phillip Ramey, Director of Spirituality

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Riverview HealthCARE in Prestonsburg, KY is now hiring nurses. (RN & LPN).

A journey is a voyage, an exploration often to destinations unknown, a leap of faith knowing that your ability and fortitude will be tested but that the experience will propel you forward in ways you didn’t know were possible. At Riverview HealthCARE, we view a career journey as no different. It is an opportunity to grow and evolve, to achieve new heights and stretch oneself knowing the rewards will validate the effort.  It is a personal endeavor, unique to each individual – but you won’t go it alone.  Our mission is to revolutionize health care, and we think we have a pretty good start. But we need people with like minds and hearts to advance this mission.  If you are passionate about advancing health care and aging care, we would love for you to consider pursuing a career with us.

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Riverview HealthCARE hosted a “wellness fair” for all stakeholders on Friday, November 6. The fair included a number of different vendors that offered a wealth of information for our stakeholders. Many vendors also came with gifts and prizes in addition to the helpful information they provided. There was a raffle drawing at the end of the event for a gift  provided by our Signature home office, as well as a fitness tracker compliments of the Riverview Spirituality Department. Thanks for all who helped make this year’s wellness fair a success, and a big thank you to the 50 plus stakeholders who attended. Congrats to the winners of the raffle prizes. Here’s a few pictures from this year’s wellness fair…


Article featured on front page of The Floyd County Chronicle – Written by: Mary Meadows

Eight months ago, Phillip Ramey was undergoing chemotherapy at the Markey Cancer Center in Lexington.

Last Sunday, he completed his first marathon, a grueling 26.2 miles that reminded him of what it was like to be diagnosed and treated for cancer and, step by step, how he set — and achieved his goal — to overcome it.

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Riverview HealthCARE held a special event this weekend and it was a big hit not only with our Riverview family, but also the community. People poured out to see all the beautiful classic cars at the Round-Up on the River Car Show, and there was plenty of fun for everyone. The 50′s music playing across the sound system, the smell of hotdogs on the grill, and of course the sound of engines revving made for a great day. There’s was also a 50/50 drawing, and awards were given out to car owners in ten different categories. Plans are already being made for next year’s Round-Up on the River. Check out some pics…

The Halloween fun at Riverview continued with two highly anticipated events. First, our own edition of Riverview Fear Factor was held. Our brave elders looked forward to participating in this friendly competition that featured tasty treats make to look like not so tasty things. We had pumpkin puke (chip dip) with bloody bandages(crackers), ear wax cotton swabs(marsh mellows and peanut butter), vampire delight(strawberry jam and jello), and worms and dirt(jello and crushed chocolate gram crackers) just to name a few. This event was certainly a big hit with our elders!

Next was our stakeholder costume contest. Our judges really had a tough job with all the cool costumes. We had everything from a big baby, bikini girl, skeleton, and even “Jake from State Farm.” The big winner and crowd favorite this year was no other that “Hairy” Underwood.

Check out some pictures from all the Halloween fun at Riverview!!!

Riverview’s annual Fall Festival was held this past weekend and a huge crowd showed up to enjoy the fun. The event started with a “Safe Trick or Treat” as our elders welcomed kids from the community into our Riverview community to trick or treat neighborhoods. There was plenty of little monsters, princesses, super heroes, and everything in between. The excited then moved to our dining area where the kids, elders, and a huge crowd of people from the community gathered for all the fun. There was games, concessions, prizes, and even an old fashioned cake walk. This event is always a hit and seems to get better each year. Check out some pics from the Fall Festival.

The Floyd County Chronicle published this article about Riverview Health Care Center’s recent Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Check out the story below (click images to enlarge).


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Fall is definitely in the air here in our Riverview community. Today our elders painted a pumpkin scene as part of our monthly Riverview Art Class. After art class was “Fall Treats” sponsored by our Memory Lane neighborhood. Our elders and care partners enjoyed homemade apple pie and ice cream, pumpkin rolls, and caramel apples.