The Bridge at Highland was voted ‘Best Assisted Living (or) Long-Term Care’ facility in the 2014 Toast of Sumner County news reader’s choice poll. The competition is held each year by the Gallatin News Examiner and The Hendersonville Star. More than 136,000 votes were cast this year.
“We are so honored and humbled to be the recipient of the Best Assisted Living/Long Term Care Facility in Sumner County,” said Karl Eck, Administrator at The Bridge. “The competition was quite fierce with two other homes also having been listed U.S. News and World Report as one of the best nursing homes in America. This award is so important to us because it is a direct reflection from not only our city, but also our entire county that we are the Assisted Living/Long Term Care Facility of choice by the people. I believe high star ratings are the gate people use to develop choices for Elder placement, but overall customer service, cleanliness, fine dining, quality care, and honest reputation is what ultimately sets us apart.”
Check out the full list in The Tennessean.