Kelley D. Hamilton – Reviews from Residents & Family

Kelley Hamilton Bonaventure

Kelley Hamilton Bonaventure

Dozens of employees, residents chime in on benefits of senior communities.

SALEM, Oregon – June 3, 2013 – Kelley Hamilton of Bonaventure recently released an ad featuring dozens of reviews from happy Bonaventure Senior Living residents and their family members, as well as employees. As Kelley Hamilton and Bonaventure staff point out, the campaign to feature quotes brought in an even greater response than the senior center had hoped. The ad serves as a testament to the hard work of Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure management, and Bonaventure staff throughout each of the company’s communities.

Reviews ranged from comments on overall services to specific amenities. “It is a good place—by far the best in Idaho Falls,” one resident wrote. “Best service anywhere!” Another happy resident commented that he loves the fact that he and his wife are allowed to have their dog in the apartment with them, Kelley Hamilton and Bonaventure staff were happy to see.

In fact, many residents mentioned Bonaventure Senior Living’s pet-friendly policies, according to Kelley Hamilton. Bonaventure staff believes pets add to the home-like feel for residents, and family members agree. One resident’s family thanked Bonaventure for being “home sweet home” for his loved ones by allowing small pets, Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure Senior Living notes.

Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure CEO, also noted the high compliments the communities’ food received. Residents are treated to delicious meals from a talented chef, with each meal prepared on-site from scratch, according to Kelley Hamilton. Bonaventure Senior Living residents singled out the great-tasting food, plus the fact that the communities offer three snacks each day in addition to meals, Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure Senior Living CEO states.

“The food preparation at this facility is several steps above the rest,” one employee wrote, as noted by Kelley Hamilton. Bonaventure resident Marguerite P. enthused, “The food is great—good variety, full of flavor.”

Employees were just as enthusiastic about the company, Kelley Hamilton of Bonaventure notes. Staff members cited the family-like environment and the warm, friendly residents and co-workers as some of the best things about working there, states Kelley Hamilton. Bonaventure employees also mentioned the great feedback from family members of residents.

“I have to say this is the first job I have had in years where I wake up excited to come to work,” commented one employee. Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure CEO, notes that staff members at Bonaventure Senior Living make a personal investment in the residents at the communities where they work. This dedication, Kelley Hamilton Bonaventure believes, sets the communities apart from others in the industry.

With a background in real estate, Kelley Hamilton of Bonaventure Senior Living has tackled his leadership role with well-informed enthusiasm. Not only does Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure CEO, head up the activities of Bonaventure, he works on all construction projects for the business. During his time as CEO, Kelley Hamilton and Bonaventure leadership have steered the company in exciting directions, expanding across the Western half of the United States. Currently, Kelley Hamilton, Bonaventure CEO, is working to make sure that during the expansion, each new community adheres to the high standards of quality customer care for which Bonaventure Senior Living is known.

Currently, Bonaventure enjoys a 95 percent customer satisfaction rate in surveys, according to Kelley Hamilton. Bonaventure Senior Care believes in ensuring each senior receives the care they need without compromising their independence. Kelley Hamilton and Bonaventure staff works hard to ensure that each community provides an open, welcoming environment that makes residents feel at home.

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