Local healthcare facility, Heartland of Clarksburg, now has a new owner and a new name. It was announced today that Stonerise Healthcare of Charleston, West Virginia, has purchased Heartland of Clarksburg. The 120-bed long-term care and rehabilitation center will now be called River Oaks.

“We feel very blessed to be a part of the Clarksburg community and seek to not only invest in the people here, but also compassionately care for those around us with excellence,” said Stonerise Healthcare managing member, Larry Pack.

Stonerise, a Christian organization, now owns 11 skilled nursing centers throughout West Virginia. “Stonerise Healthcare strives to be the best employer and provider of nursing care and rehabilitation services in each community we serve,” said Pack. The organization strives every day to serve those around them as its motto is “Through love serve one another” – Galatians 5:13.

City Manager, Martin Howe, stated “We welcome Stonerise Healthcare to our community.  The renaming of the facility to River Oaks begins a new journey and we look forward to the professionalism they bring to the area.”

To read the full press release, click here.

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