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Thank you for visiting Spring City Care and Rehabilitation Center. If you have any questions about our facility, please call (423) 365-4355.

Spring City Care and Rehab held their annual family night Thanksgiving meal, with over 100 people in attendance.  Each family sat with their family members and had a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings. ~Debbie Early


Spring City Care and Rehab celebrated Veteran’s Day by honoring the 12 veterans that we have in the building with a certificate of appreciation for their service along with special speakers and refreshments. ~Debbie Early

Parents, children and staff came from Rhea Academy to wish the Elders a Happy Thanksgiving through song and reading stories to them about Thanksgiving.  They gave each one a homemade card and brought cookies for them to enjoy.
The Elders enjoy seeing the children come into the building to interact with them.  ~Debbie Early

Spring City Care & Rehab would like to thank everyone for coming to our Annual Halloween Event.  The Elders love dressing up and handing out candy to all of the little ones.  We had over 200 little trick or treaters.  Also, Thank you to the Rhea County Sheriff’s Department for bringing the D.A.R.E. Lion out and doing the fingerprinting on all of the children.






Our Elders love to play bingo because it helps with the cognition, physical, and social domains in their lives. And the prizes they win are a plus as well.

Last week was Chaplain appreciation week.  We just wanted to show how much we appreciated our Chaplain, Bob!  We love you!

Spring City Care and Rehab attended a regional event that included buildings from the Region 4 of the Signature Facilities.  Pine Ridge hosted the event and we had great gospel singing, games to play, crafts to make, pumpkins to decorate, and pictures made.  The Elders that attended said they had a great time and wanted to thank those involved in putting the event together.  ~Debbie Early

Pumpkin Carving with the Elders.  Come see the pumpkins in the Courtyard at Spring City Care & Rehab

Bob, our Chaplain, took several residents to watch the Rhea County High School Football Game.

Spring City Care & Rehab’s Elders Vacation. Our Elders had a great time during their visit to Nashville.