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Groundbreaking held for transitional care center in NKY

Source: Carespring Source: Carespring
COLD SPRING, KY (FOX19) -

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear attended a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for a Transitional Care Center in Cold Spring.

Carespring Health Care is breaking ground on its new facility, which will bring more than 200 jobs to the area. The new community will specialize in short term rehabilitative care and long term nursing care.

Opening during the fall of 2014, the $24 million project will house at least 143 residents. It will include a combination of private rooms and shared suites.

"The area has it together. The region has it together. They work together and because of that, great things happen," said Gov. Besear.

The new Carespring facility is the sixth Northern Kentucky jobs announcement within the past year, including the expansion of DHL, Elovations Service Group, Loreal and more.

Beshear was at the ceremony by State Representative Dennis Keene, Judge-Executive Steve Pendery and other elected officials and business representatives.

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