January 3, 1978 – A group of Clinton Country residents met on their concerns for the elderly and disabled population in the area. To meet their needs, Clinton Area Care Center (CACC) was formed as a nonprofit corporation.
June 1982 – Hazel I. Findlay opened its doors as a long-term health care facility. Its focus was to provide quality services to maintain and enhance the physical, mental, and spiritual welfare of each resident.
1991 – After a successful fundraising campaign, an expansion was added to Hazel Findlay. This raised the capacity by 56 percent, with a total of 157 beds available.
1985, 1998, and 2002 – Hazel Findlay was awarded the Health Care Association of Michigan (HCAM) Facility of Excellence Award. This made us the first long-term care facility in Michigan to receive this honor three times.
1987 – The Michigan Non-Profit Homes Association named Hazel Findlay the Facility of the Year.
2000 – The Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services gave Hazel Findlay the Governor’s Quality Care Award.
2000 – Clinton Commons was established.
2009 and 2011 – Hazel Findlay received a citation-free survey.
2011 – Hazel Findlay was rated as a Five-Star facility.
2014 – Awarded for Excellence from Great Lakes Caring Home Health.
2015 – Hazel Findlay was awarded for Excellence in Home Health and Hospice by Great Lakes Caring.
2020 – Received an award for our Quality Initiative Recognition Program.
2021, 2022, and 2023 – Newsweek ranked Hazel Findlay as one of the best nursing homes in Michigan! Look at the list here.