Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line is the first CCRC in the region to use dining robots to transform our residents' dining experience. The robots are called "Matradee" by Richtech Robotics and they allow for easier access to food delivery to our residents.
U.S. News & World Report recently released its annual rankings and Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown earned the distinction of being named among the "Best Nursing Homes" for 2021-2022.
Lynne Dukert was welcomed as the new Executive Director at Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown. With more than 15 years of experience as an executive director for other senior living communities, WEL is very excited to have Lynne join our team.
Great Place to Work featured Wesley Enhanced Living in a blog post about companies Generation Z want to work for. Gen Z workers feel that the caring management and the social interaction with residents has made Wesley Enhanced Living a great place to work!
Marion Viglietta, Clinical Dietitian for WEL, shared some insight into the changes that seniors should be making as they age to meet their bodies' nutritional needs in an opinion piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer.