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Coble Creek Groundbreaking Ceremony

Residents, staff, board members, and other invited guests shared a time of celebration, anticipation, and community pride at the groundbreaking ceremony for our new Coble Creek Healthcare and Rehabilitation building.  Replacing an existing building on our campus, this new 104-bed facility represents a significant investment in the long-term health care needs of both Twin Lakes Community residents and members of the greater surrounding community.  With over 130,000 square feet on a single level, the new building, designed by TFF Architects & Planners, LLP of Greensboro, North Carolina, comprises five neighborhoods, each accommodating 20 to 22 residents.  Each neighborhood features large, private living quarters with private baths, living, dining, and activities areas for residents, as well as caregiver stations, facilitating a high quality of caregiving and enhanced staff response times.  In addition to the five neighborhoods, the building also incorporates a full-service restaurant for campus residents, staff and visitors, a Chapel, multi-purpose room, large family room, and a rehabilitation gym with a therapy pool for short and long-term rehabilitation.  A spa and salon available for campus residents’ use are also included.  The Christman Company of Greensboro, North Carolina has been selected as the General Contractor, and construction is scheduled to be complete in late 2020.




Garden Home Construction

Construction continues on our last development of new garden homes. Twenty-eight homes are being built in three phases with completion in Summer 2020, bringing our total number of garden homes to 130. Garden homes are free-standing three-bedroom, two or two-and-a-half bath homes with an attached garage, attic and terrace, as well as optional Carolina Room and screened porch. All homes in the new development have been sold, and we look forward to welcoming these 28 new families to our community next year. For information on all independent living options, including garden homes, villas, and apartments, please contact the Sales and Marketing office at 336-538-1572.



Coble Creek Deficiency Free

Coble Creek Healthcare and Rehabilitation recently had its annual survey and certification process as required by federal law. We are proud to announce that we earned a DEFICIENCY FREE SURVEY! Each year a team of state employees conducts an intense review of our facility to ensure that we are meeting all state and federal standards of care. The surveyors spent some time visiting with our residents, families and staff to get a good idea of what life is like here in Coble Creek.They evaluated all aspects of care including quality of life, regulatory compliance, resident rights, nursing care, activities programming, and environmental standards. The last available stats for surveys show less than 7% of nursing facilities in the United States receive a deficiency-free status.Coble Creek Administrator Lauren Cook states, "These survey results are validation for all of us; the dedication, love and quality care that we give every day is making a difference."

New Board Members

New Board Members for Twin Lakes Community

Each year we welcome new board members at Twin Lakes, and this year we are delighted to welcome Ned Cline, a Twin Lakes resident and retired journalist and biographer; and Melanie Thomas, a quality management director with Freedom House Recovery Center in Chapel Hill.  

Our board selection process involves a careful consideration of the mix of credentials and backgrounds that is necessary for the board to function well, and the success of our organization is a reflection of this deliberate approach.

For a complete list and biographies of all board members, click on the Welcome Home tab on our website, then click Leadership/Board.

 Ned Cline        Melanie Thomas




Evelyn Apple Scholarships

In a ceremony June 7th, The Auxiliary of Twin Lakes awarded Evelyn Apple Scholarships valued at $40,000 to 25 students, children and dependent grandchildren of Twin Lakes employees, for college and technical school study. Evelyn Apple Scholarships are funded by residents in honor and appreciation of Twin Lakes staff. In its 16 years of operation, the Evelyn Apple Scholarship Program has made 184 awards, a total of $246,100, according to Robert Demaree, Scholarship Chair. Pictured are this year's award recipients.