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The Terraces at Skyline Introduces Carmen Steiner as New Health Services Director
Health care veteran brings vast experience to downtown Seattle's only Life Care retirement community.
“Carmen is a personable and professional leader in health care who has proven herself as a visionary in a variety of organizations,”
A veteran of the health care industry, Steiner brings vast experience to the community. Prior to joining The Terraces at Skyline, Steiner served as administrator at Messenger House Care Center in Bainbridge Island, Wash. She has also held executive positions at Woodmark Retirement Corporation in Bellevue, Wash., and at Bessie Burton Sullivan Skilled Nursing Residence in Seattle. Steiner is a certified nursing home administrator (CNHA) and a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA).
Skyline at First Hill is sponsored by Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest (PRCN), a Seattle-based, not-for-profit organization with more than a half-century of experience and stability. Residents enjoy fine dining, regular wellness evaluations and a variety of social, cultural, spiritual and educational opportunities. In addition, the community has 24-hour security, including modern technology such as WanderGuard, an alert system that helps prevent wandering.
As a vital component of the only Life Care community in the Seattle area, The Terraces at Skyline provides residents access to a full continuum of quality, on-site health care. The Terraces at Skyline’s health care services are also available via direct admittance to those outside the community, with no entry fee required.
For more information about The Terraces at Skyline or to schedule a personal tour of the community, call 1-800-829-8542 or visit www.HealthServicesAtSkyline.org.
Founded in Seattle in 1956, Presbyterian Retirement Communities Northwest is a not-for-profit, faith-based organization that has provided residential communities and services for seniors of all faiths in Seattle since the early 1960s. Skyline at First Hill is the third continuing care retirement community developed and operated by PRCN, joining Exeter House in downtown Seattle and Park Shore in nearby Madison Park on the shores of Lake Washington.
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The Terraces at Skyline provides residents access to a full continuum of quality, on-site health care. The Terraces at Skyline’s health care services are also available via direct admittance to those outside the community, with no entry fee required.