Windsor House Plans Canfield Expansion

GIRARD, Ohio – Windsor House Inc. plans to break ground on a new independent and assisted living community this year in Canfield. The new center would be built next to the company’s new skilled nursing and rehabilitation center on state Route 446 that opened earlier this year.

Windsor House was established in 1959 by John and Dorothy Masternick. Today, Windsor House owns and operates 12 skilled nursing centers and five assisted living communities in the reigon, says CEO John Masternick, son of the founders.

Last year, three of its skilled nursing centers – Champion Health Care Center, O’Brien Memorial Health Care Center, and St. Mary’s Alzheimer’s Center – were among just 36 nursing homes in Ohio that earned perfect surveys by the Ohio Health Care Association. The Ohio Department of Health surveys the nearly 1,000 nursing homes in the state every year and found no deficiencies at the three Windsor House facilities.

Although the company owns about 1% of all nursing homes in the state, its skilled nursing centers account for 8% of those that earned perfect surveys.

“My parents were perfectionists and expected perfect surveys,” Masternick says. “However, I never realized how rare they were until we were notified by the Ohio Health Care Association of our accomplishment. It is very humbling to see that the standards and values they instilled are still carried on by our staff.”

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