Friends and supporters of Bluegrass Care Navigators gathered in May to celebrate the organization’s growth and future with a ceremonial groundbreaking for its new headquarters.
Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton was on hand as were many current and former chairpersons, members of the board of directors, donors, patient families and clinical and administrative team members.
From Hospice care to at home health care and grief counseling, the organization will continue to be based in Lexington but will move to a five-acre campus on Harrodsburg Road with nearly 60,000 square feet of office space.
The new headquarters will include a dedicated bereavement center for grief care, clinical training areas and multipurpose outdoor venues for both our employees and the community to enjoy.
Also, it will allow the Lexington-based team members to work under one roof. Bluegrass Care Navigators anticipates the new headquarters to be open by March 2020.
“I am personally very excited about the new headquarters because it symbolizes our vision of continued growth and innovation at Bluegrass Care Navigators,” shares CEO Liz Fowler. “By consolidating our Lexington offices into a single headquarters, we will be better equipped to provide groundbreaking care to the individuals and families who need us most.”
“As a registered nurse, I know how important it is to have quality hospice care,” Mayor Linda Gorton stated at the groundbreaking. “With this new facility, Bluegrass Care Navigators will be able to meet the needs of Kentucky families for many years to come.”