Mission of Westfield Quality Care of Aurora
At Westfield, we are a family….
We focus our attention on providing all necessary tools and resources to the dedicated staff who serve at Westfield;
Through that focus, those dedicated staff will deliver the most sincere and
highest quality care for the elders in our family.
Our approach to care delivery...
We offer small-town compassionate care with exceptional skills and customer service. Our emphasis is on the resident, their family, and their quality of care. We understand that the resident deserves nothing less than the best. We can offer compassion along with physical, mental & emotional support. Our residents will be treated with consideration, respect, dignity, freedom, and the ability to make choices that enhance their lifestyles.
Activities help foster friendships and keep residents active and engaged. View our activities calendar today!
We are looking for individuals with helping hearts to join our team. If you have the heart to help, we can teach you any position. Check out our job openings today!
We were honored to help in caring for these beautiful people.
Visitors are welcome, without requiring an appointment. All visitors are asked to follow the posted guidelines once arriving at Westfield.
ALL are asked to remain at home if showing ANY signs or symptoms of illness, COVID19 or otherwise.
Thank you for your continued patience.
News & Blog
This has been a very good week for nursing facilities, residents, visitors, and staff. We are allowed to stop masking in the facility as long as our county covid positivity rate is not high. We will be checking this information every Thursday as there is a particular site that is used for healthcare. We will have this information posted if a mask is required or not. There will be more information and changes coming in next weeks update. Thank you to everyone that has so diligently masked up for visiting residents, I am so thankful that regulations are loosening up, it has been a long 3 ½ years.
This week Westfield celebrated pirates. Residents dressed like pirates and completed activities that were related to pirates. International Talk Like A Pirate Day is being celebrated worldwide on September 19th. This started out as joke between two friends and quickly turned into a global celebration after the American columnist Dave Barry wrote a column about it in the Miami Herald. The residents will end the week watching Pirates of the Caribbean.
Today I can report good news! We were able to open the hallway doors today. Residents that had to move from their room were able to move back to their own room. Residents were able to eat lunch in the dining rooms again, it was great to have the residents be able to move about the facility again. It feels like we are back to our new normal and it is wonderful to be able to see the residents again.
Dennis Alder - Resident
I would recommend Westfield to anyone needing rehab. My stay was enjoyable. The staff at Westfield treated me well.