Winston-Salem, NC, August 30, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Homestead, a master-planned, full-service retirement community located in Winston-Salem which is owned and operated by Senior Living Communities, recently announced the hiring of Kelly Pruitt as Healthcare Marketing Director.
Pruitt will be responsible for planning, organizing and directing the leasing and admission activities for the healthcare areas of the Homestead Hills campus as well as cultivating prospects and referral sources, coordinating the move-in of new residents and planning marketing events for prospective residents and resident families.
Before joining the staff of Homestead Hills, Pruitt served as the Director of Community Relations for Brighton Gardens / Sunrise Senior Living; Director of Community Relations for Oakdale Heights Senior Living and the Marketing Director for Bradford Village East, Bradford Village West, Bradford Village Place and The Gardens.
Kelly Pruitt’s photo is available for download at http://www.senior-living-communities.com/images/kellyPruitt.jpg
A gated luxury retirement community, Homestead Hills is located on 37 acres just past Hanes Mall and includes 75 single-family homes, 62 condominium-style villas, 24 assisted-living apartments and 24 Alzheimer’s care units.
In addition to the variety of housing options, Homestead Hills offers many upscale amenities typically not seen in traditional retirement communities. Residents can enjoy scheduled transportation, a grand clubhouse – the centerpiece and highlight of the community and soon a new wellness center complete with state-of-the art cardio equipment. In addition, a wellness program will provide the environment, education, resources, motivation and encouragement that help residents rise to high levels of personal wellness, ensuring an overall quality of life.
About Senior Living Communities
Senior Living Communities, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, owns and operates ten premier retirement communities in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. By optimally combining the very best people, proven processes and financial success, Senior Living Communities is able to create retirement communities dedicated to helping its members live long and live well. In an effort to incorporate the latest research and medical guidance at all the company's campuses, Senior Living Communities has partnered with the J. Paul Sticht Center on Aging at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina For more information on Senior Living Communities, please visit www.Senior-Living-Communities.com.