New construction approved for CHN Juliette Manor

Community Health Network and ThedaCare recently announced that construction will begin this fall to replace the existing Juliette Manor facility in Berlin. 

On Tuesday, April 21, the ThedaCare Board of Directors gave final approval for the new construction.

“This is exciting news for CHN/ThedaCare, the residents and staff of Juliette Manor, and for the communities we serve. The replacement facility will be located on the CHN hospital campus in Berlin. We are currently working with architects, the leadership team, and a focus group on the design of the building,” said CEO of Community Health Network John Feeney.

The new facility is yet to be named, but will be a 37-bed skilled nursing facility that will blend state-of-the-art medical services in a serene, natural setting to make residents and their families feel like they are at home. 

“Our team at Juliette Manor has always given top-notch care and compassion to residents, but now this can be coupled with a top-notch facility. It’s a perfect combination for all,” said Tina Marchan, administrator of Juliette Manor. The facility will provide care for short-term rehab residents, stable long-term care residents, and memory care.

Plans include the utilization of natural lighting, botanicals, healing gardens and courtyards, all in a design that reflects the history and distinct traits of Berlin and the surrounding communities.

 “We have an outstanding design which we are excited to share once it is finalized,” said Feeney. Boldt Construction of Appleton is the general contractor for this project, with the intent to utilize many local subcontractors for much of the work.

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