The Goodwin House Bailey’s Crossroads Health Care Center is a skilled nursing community for short- and long-term residents. It’s fully integrated into the full range of services and amenities at Goodwin Living, including dining, events and activities.
Affiliated with Virginia Hospital Center, our team of physicians responds quickly to changing medical needs, providing peace of mind for residents and loved ones. Just as importantly, the whole team is dedicated to respecting the dignity and independence of residents, and to creating a sense of home.
The Health Care Center is designed to combine the warmth and comforts of home with the social stimulation and diversity of a vibrant community. At its heart is a large rotunda with a fireplace, from which a series of welcoming hallways branches out. Named for flowers, each hallway creates a household that’s home to 10–13 residents. With a living area, dining room and open kitchen, each household offers a sense of community and comfort to residents and staff alike. Two outdoor patios make it easy for residents to relax in the sunshine or take part in activities like gardening.
Just like at home, private rooms tell the story and reflect the tastes of whoever lives there. Mementos, family photos and personal furniture add color and uniqueness. Residents can also bring their own bedding and headboards. ADA-compliant bathrooms are equipped with accessible showers.
Visitors to the Health Care Center are immediately struck by the warm, welcoming atmosphere. Much of the credit for this goes to our team, a diverse group of people who share a passionate commitment to caring for residents. For them, person-directed care is a guiding philosophy, not a slogan. It means placing trust and mutual respect above all else. It means listening to how residents want to live their lives, and then helping them do just that.
“When I enter the HCC each day, I think about the residents who consider it their home and I am proud of the care we provide them. My goal is to find ways to provide a richer experience for everyone and to treat each person as though they are members of my family.”
– Nicole De Cesare, Director of Nursing