Methodist ElderCare Changes Name To The Wesley Communities
(Columbus, Ohio)- On September 15, Methodist ElderCare Services, known as an outstanding provider of quality continuum care retirement communities in central Ohio, changed its name to The Wesley Communities.
The name change emphasizes the company’s commitment to its various locations and services in the area. The Wesley Communities includes Wesley Glen Retirement Community, Wesley Ridge Retirement Community, Wesley Woods at New Albany Retirement Community, Wesley At Home, and their hospice service.
“We selected The Wesley Communities because it clarifies our overall identity as an organization,” explained The Wesley Communities CEO Margret Carmany. “It aligns directly with our properties located south of Worthington, in Reynoldsburg, and in New Albany, as well as our services throughout the central Ohio region.”
The name change process also led to revising the mission statement, creating brevity and clarity across the organization. The new mission statement- We are a welcoming community of kindness and grace where residents and staff thrive-defines why The Wesley Communities exists. It also aligns with the organization’s heritage and culture.
The name change is effective immediately and will be implemented across all properties and services throughout the rest of the 2017 calendar year.
About The Wesley Communities
The Wesley Communities is an affiliate of the West Ohio Conference of The United Methodist Church that provides quality housing, health care and services for seniors in Central Ohio. Incorporated in 1967, The Wesley Communities is a not-for-profit Ohio corporation that seeks to promote a positive experience of community and wellness for residents, clients, and staff.