Two Northfield organizations have granted Northfield Retirement Community monies to help defray expenses associated with a career exploration program in health care nursing assistant training available to students at Northfield High School. Continue reading
Give to the Max Day is November 13! Please consider supporting Northfield Retirement Community by scheduling your online donation now or giving on November 13.
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) will be hosting Northfield’s Walk to Remember event, to be held on Sunday, September 21, from 1:00–3:00 p.m. starting at the NRC campus.
NRC received the following tribute to Stan Frear from St. Olaf alumnae Kathy A. Megyeri. It is entitled, “A Tribute to My Mentor, Graham Frear.” Continue reading
Have you been to NRC’s Pathways of Faith Park lately? The park now includes water features – holding ponds, a rip-rap rock stream and a waterfall – which add pleasant, soothing sounds and sights. Continue reading
A recent CAST Case Study completed by LeadingAge concluded that Northfield Retirement Community’s (NRC) implementation of Healthsense remote monitoring technology has lead to clinical effectiveness for its residents. Continue reading
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) welcomes the community to participate in its 8th Annual NRC Golf Classic at Northfield Golf Club on Monday, June 2. The NRC Golf Classic is an annual fundraising event hosted by the Northfield Retirement Community Foundation and provides support for the NRC mission of providing premier housing and care services to older adults. Continue reading
Our Sunday worship service in the NRC Chapel on May 18 at 10:30 a.m. will be a Service of Remembrance (naming of the names) of our resident-friends who passed away in 2013. Continue reading
NRC is proud to announce that the Best Nursing Homes 2014 list, a list published by U.S. News & World Report highlighting the top nursing homes in the United States, has once again awarded Northfield Care Center with a five-star rating, the top possible ranking. Continue reading
Bruce Dalgaard, economics professor at Carleton College and former professor at St. Olaf College, will be speaking at the NRC Chapel on Thursday, February 20, at 3:30 p.m. His presentation will be on Hans Nielsen Hauge (Norway) and John Wesley (England), two Christian leaders of the 1700s who put their faith into practice by helping out those less financially fortunate. Continue reading