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HEALING ISN'T A PRACTICE, IT'S AN ART

 

Congratulations to Stonehenge of Richfield! Awarded Best of the Best in 2011 for Skilled Nursing Facility.

 

 

 

 

The owners of two Utah senior care facilities plan to break ground on May 12 for a third project in American Fork.

 

Stonehenge, a Utah firm owned by Utah County residents, plans to have Stonehenge of American Fork complete by July 1 of next year. It will measure 53,600 square feet and be located a t 532 S 500 E.

 

Stonehenge partner Cory Robison said in an e-mail that Stonehenge of American Fork wil...

Stonehenge of Orem’s therapy services are as quality as they come. Maybe more. This private room facility specializes in short term rehabilitation for patients between hospital and home. The service, which draws its name from the believed healing powers of the original Stonehenge in England, gives patients just that — healing.

 

Stonehenge patients, who enjoy five-star hotel quality rooms and food,...

 

"As you drive up to Stonhenge of Orem, you first notice a complete replica of the famed Stonehenge with its mysterious rock columns out on the front lawn. You then take in the building's appearance, a stunning combination of stone and woodwork with dramatic archways. You get the feeling you are pulling into a grand ski lodge. Inside, the lobby is open and airy with broad passageways, high ceiling...

 

For thousands of years, Stonehenge in southern England has fascinated scholars and tourists. While no one knows for sure what these stones were used for, some recent research shows they may have been used — at least to some extent — for healing.

 

Utah Valley has its very own little piece of Stonehenge healing located in the heart of Orem.

Stonehenge of Orem is a transitional care center that specia...

 

"Motorists cruising near Center Street and 400 West in Orem in recent weeks may have made a double take upon glimpsing a newly erected large-scale replica of the iconic prehistoric monument Stonehenge in England.

 

But the 198,000-pound fixture isn't part of a traveling art exhibit or the theme of a new children's park -- it's the centerpiece of the new transitional skilled nursing facility at 435...

This Reader's Digest article was originally written by Stephen Fay, Conde Nast Traveler in 1995. It is an interesting read. Enjoy!

 

 

 

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