Catalina Island

Cimc Long Term Care Patients Enjoy The New Museum By Judy Hibbs

Catalina Island Medical Center long-term care residents are getting the opportunity to enjoy the new Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner Building of the Catalina Island Museum. Pictured here are Devin Thompson, Director of Development welcoming Estelle McKeown and CIMC Activities Coordinator Katherine Stone to the Museum. Photo courtesy of Catalina Island Medical Center
Catalina Island Medical Center long-term care residents are getting the opportunity to enjoy the new Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner Building of the Catalina Island Museum. Pictured here are Devin Thompson, Director of Development welcoming Estelle McKeown and CIMC Activities Coordinator Katherine Stone to the Museum. Photo courtesy of Catalina Island Medical Center

AVALON, August 4, 2016 – Catalina Island Medical Center’s (CIMC) skilled nursing patients will each have the opportunity to visit the new Ada Blanche Wrigley Schreiner Building of the Catalina Island Museum. Devin Thompson, Director of Development welcomed Estelle McKeown and CIMC Activities Coordinator Katherine Stone to the Catalina Island Museum recently. Isabel Lopez will be visiting next.

Activities Coordinator Katherine Stone will accompany each of them for a personal “day at the museum” in the coming weeks. “The long-term care-residents are particularly interested in Catalina history,” she shared.

Jason Paret, CIMC CEO agrees, “this is a great opportunity for our patients.”

The new museum is handicap compliant with a “plein air” exhibition, beautiful views and terraces on the second level accessible by elevator. The Catalina Island Museum offers the best in art and history exhibitions, music and dance performances, and the finest in silent, documentary and international film. The museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 217 Metropole Avenue in Avalon. Catalina Island Medical Center’s vision is to be the destination for excellence in patient centered care and health enrichment.