Potomac Falls Health and Rehab Center opened May 14 in Sterling.
The $22 million, 80,000-square-foot facility will have 150 beds across 96 rooms, and is operated by Commonwealth Care of Roanoke.
Offering occupational and physical therapy as well as sessions in speech pathology and audiology, the Roanoke provider has 12 locations across the state, already operating four in Northern Virginia in Manassas, Gainesville, Fairfax and Reston.
“Potomac Falls is the first new long-term health and rehabilitation center to be built in Virginia in quite some time. We are pleased today to deliver a beautiful new facility that is a wonderful example of the quality for which we strive in all of Commonwealth Care’s operations,” said Deborah L. Petrine, CCR’s chairman and CEO.
Until early this year CCR was operating in Reston in a space owned by Inova.
Patients from the old space in Reston are now expected to move over to the Loudoun facility, according to a prepared statement from CCR.
The statement also noted that Zoie Nikov, administrator at Cameron Glen, will retain her position at the Potomac Falls Health & Rehab Center.
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