The Bridge at Mount Vernon, Washington, provides an enriching retirement to seniors looking for an active assisted living community to make their home.
Offering a variety of resort-style services and amenities, The Bridge at Mount Vernon works to ensure each resident receives the support and care they deserve. Friendly associates are trained to handle a diverse and changing set of senior needs, and our maintenance and housekeeping teams free up time for residents to enjoy our community. Whether they choose to spend time with loved ones in our restaurant-style dining room or with friends on an outing to a nearby attraction, residents enjoy a diverse and rewarding lifestyle at The Bridge.
Mount Vernon is best known for its annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, but also offers a variety of other outdoor attractions and activities. Residents can enjoy glimpses of eagles flying over the Skagit River or a whale watching trip to the San Juan Islands. In this beautiful setting, The Bridge offers seniors a dignified retirement they can be proud of.
The Accushield® 5-Star Safety Rating recognizes senior living and skilled nursing facilities that have prioritized health safety and visitor management through the utilization of advanced sign-in and health screening technology. 5-Star Safety Rated communities prioritize the need to identify, track, and screen all visitors, including family members, friends, third-party caregivers, and other vendors. These communities understand the risk that visitors and third-party care providers can pose for residents and staff and have put in place policies to help mitigate that risk. As a trusted symbol of Safety, the Accushield® 5-Star Safety Rating helps communities increase awareness of the importance of safety through defined visitor management, health screening, entry policies, procedures, and systems.
What will you fall in love with at The Bridge at Mount Vernon Maybe everything.
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Loise Kamau, formerly a Resident Care Coordinator at the Bridge at Mount Vernon, embodies one of Century Park’s most important values: Service.
Loise was born and raised in Kenya, Africa. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a Master of Arts in Project Management, both from The University of Nairobi. She then went on to work with vulnerable communities under the United Nations Development Program in both Kenya and Somalia.
About five years ago, Loise and her family relocated to the United States, where she started working as a retail manager but began to feel unfulfilled. She came to the realization that her heart was rooted in serving those in need, so Loise got her CNA license and searched for a new career that aligned with her purpose.
A few months later, Loise joined the Bridge at Mount Vernon as its Resident Care Coordinator. Happily, she had found her second home. The peace that the residents and their families provided for her, along with the excellent staff, led to a love for her new career and the Mount Vernon community.
Loise is humbled and excited to now lead the community she loves as its Executive Director. Her goal is to live out her life’s purpose of serving those who need her.Join Our Team