Retirement community awarded for high ratings

The Mesa View retirement community in Grand Junction has earned recognition for consistently high ratings from residents and their families.

Mesa View won a Best of Senior Living award from SeniorAdvisor.com, a consumer ratings and reviews Web site for senior living communities and home care providers.

“The team at Mesa View is compassionate, forward-thinking and value-driven, which has been demonstrated repeatedly throughout the year,” said Kai Hsiao, president and chief executive officer of Holiday Retirement, which operates Mesa View. “This is well-deserved recognition for the quality of service and attention — what we refer to as the Holiday touch — we provide to residents every day.”

SeniorAdvisor.com presents its Best of Senior Living awards to recognize senior living and home care providers that  have received consistently high ratings from residents and their families. The awards place winners in the top 1 percent of senior care providers nationwide.

“These award-winning providers are raising the bar in the senior care industry, and families are noticing,” said Eric Seifert, president of SeniorAdvisor.com. “Seniors and their loved ones are writing more online reviews than ever before. This year alone, we saw a
36 percent increase in the average number of reviews each winner has. It’s because of the amazing work these organizations and their staff perform and the increasing volume of the consumer online voice that we were able to expand our awards program this year to over 1,000 winners. We’re honored to highlight these providers.”

Mesa View is located at 601 Horizon Place. For more information, call 241-0772 or visit www.mesa-view.com.

One Response to "Retirement community awarded for high ratings"

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