MIAMI, Fla. – Miami Jewish Health Systems recently renovated the common areas of their popular independent-living facility, Irving Cypen Tower.
Located on the campus of Douglas Gardens in Miami and near the Design District, the independent living facility now features sleek décor in a modern style. New furniture, carpeting and more in the cafeteria, dining room and lobby make residents feel at home and provide a relaxing atmosphere for socializing.
“Our residents are extremely pleased with the updates to our common spaces,” said Jean Kramer, Executive Director at Miami Jewish Health Systems. “It’s all part of our commitment to providing the best possible experience for them.”
Seniors in search of quality residential living in Miami can request a 540-square-foot Studio Suite or a 600-square-foot One-Bedroom Suite, based on availability.
Irving Cypen Tower is an affordable independent-living facility, featuring amenities and services, including (a/an):
- Weekly classes, such as fitness, music, creative writing and weaving
- Pool with ramp access, fitness center and library
- Fine dining, including breakfast and dinner, served daily
- Monthly Sunday brunch
- Community center and synagogue with interfaith religious services
- On-campus medical clinic
- Secure facilities that meet fire and hurricane standards
- Scheduled shuttles to local shopping, banking and medical appointments
- Planned off-site social trips
- Tenant parking with 24-hour security
- And much more
Through Irving Cypen Tower, Miami Jewish Health Systems offers a complete program to meet the needs of seniors in South Florida.
“Time and again, families tell me that their parent’s quality of life improved while here,” said Kramer. “We have all the amenities right here on campus, including a full spectrum of medical treatment.”
About Miami Jewish Health Systems
Miami Jewish Health Systems is one of the most innovative healthcare providers in the United States. Annually, treating more than 10,000 people of all ages, ethnicities and religions annually, this not-for-profit organization, formerly known as Miami Jewish Home and Hospital, offers community-based, residential and on-campus medical programs. The 73-year-old institution draws patients from across the nation and around the world for its pioneering Centers of Excellence that include: Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center, Brucker Biofeedback Center, Memory Center, Rehabilitation Services at Miami Jewish Health Systems’ Nursing Facility and the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). More information on Miami Jewish Health Systems is available at www.miamijewishhealth.org.