(Pictured from left): Mitch Cook, President Central Bank and Natalie Rivard, campus Administrator at Christian Community Homes of Osceola.
Central Bank recently presented a check for $50,000 to Christian Community Home of Osceola (CCHO) to support the construction of their new facility located on Osceola Medical Center’s 134-acre campus south of downtown Osceola.
“We know how important the Osceola Medical Center (OMC) campus is to the health and well-being of the Osceola community,” said Mitch Cook, President of Central Bank. “We’re proud to do our part to support the long-term vitality of Osceola and the surrounding area.”
“The generous support of Central Bank and our other capital donors allowed Christian Community Home of Osceola to grow from an idea into a reality,” said Natalie Rivard, Campus Administrator at CCHO. “We are grateful to have such strong support from our community.”
CCHO provides a comfortable, safe home for elder residents who require specialized care and also serves patients receiving short-term rehabilitation care prior to returning to their homes. The CCHO facility is connected to the OMC building, giving residents convenient access to quality health care and more choices about the types of care they receive. With the addition of CCHO to the OMC campus, residents of all ages can receive quality health and well-being services from one convenient location.
“At Central Bank, we build lasting relationships with our customers and our community,” said Mark Erickson, Osceola Branch President at Central Bank. “Central Bank’s donation to Christian Community Home of Osceola is a great example of our continued commitment to our community.”
Central Bank is a full-service community bank that specializes in serving the banking needs of families and businesses. Central Bank has 21 locations serving the greater Twin Cities Metropolitan area of Minnesota and Wisconsin, and Southwest Florida.