Community members attend Hoyt Place Grand Re-Opening

May 27, 2014

Members of the Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Re-Opening of Hoyt Place in Sweetwater. Many members of the community showed their support at the event. (Photo by Melissa Winslow)

Hoyt Place would like to send a "big thank you to the Chamber members, community members, healthcare workers, friends and families who supported us in making our Grand Re-Opening a success! With people like you, we are able to fulfill Envilant’s ultimate goal of enriching the lives of our seniors through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities. Through your support, we can continue to build community relationships that will assist us in fulfilling our mission statement to become the nation’s most trusted senior living provider." 
The mission at the Hoyt Place is simple – to provide quality care and promote independence in residents. "We understand that quality care requires compassion, understanding, love and support for each individual resident. We are excited about our new company, Envilant! Hoyt Place staff looks forward to opportunities to serve our most deserving generation of seniors in Sweetwater and surrounding communities." 
Hoyt Place representatives hope that everyone who joined them to celebrate their new re-branding of the company’s name had a wonderful and enjoyable experience. "We truly value our residents and the community members as a whole. We are thankful for the support of the Chamber members who are always available to assist us in the advancement of Hoyt Place. Hoyt Place welcomes the opportunity to serve any family or family members in need of assisted living services. Our community is open and eager to take you on a tour of our beautiful home, so you can see just what we have to offer you or your loved-ones."
"If you ever need assistance, we are here to serve you. Please contact us directly at Hoyt Place (325) 235-5655 and again, we thank you all for being an integral part of Hoyt Place’s future."

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