OMNI Health Care president and CEO Patrick McCarthy says the organization’s 18 long-term care homes provide the ideal environment for a happy holiday season.
In a video statement, he notes that every Christmas there are moments that bring to life the warmth and friendships found throughout the organization.
“There are those moments that I hope are captured and remembered during Christmas,” he says.
“There are people who don’t have large families and yet there are still moments of connection and friendship and camaraderie around the Christmas dinner table.
“We do celebrate Christmas and remember Christmases past, and I hope that those moments are memorable and make a difference … this Christmas.”
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