LAS VEGAS – Administrative officials with Silver State Pediatric Skilled Nursing Facility are seeking local artists to paint colorful murals inside its facility as they get ready to welcome the facility’s first patients.
Silver State Pediatric is one of the valley’s newest pediatric care center that will specialize in pulmonary and post-acute care for children with traumatic injuries as well as cognitive and physical disabilities.
Daniel Mathis, CEO of PureCare Living which oversees Silver State Pediatric, would like the artists to paint a child-friendly, galactic themed mural on several walls of the 22,442-square-foot facility.
“It’s important for everyone at Silver State Pediatric that we find local artists who would like to contribute their talent to help promote our patients’ cognitive development through intriguing and colorful murals,” said Mathis.
Artists who are interested in painting a mural are encouraged to contact Lucia Mathis, therapy director at Silver State Pediatric, or visit https://silverstatepediatricsnf.com/contact.
About Silver State Pediatric Skilled Nursing Facility
Silver State Pediatrics, founded by PureCare Living in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a 36-bed skilled nursing facility designed for children with post traumatic injuries, long-term birth defects along with cognitive and physical development needs. The 22,442 square-foot building is located near the Las Vegas Medical District and is in close proximity to multiple valley hospitals.
About PureCare Living
PureCare Living, founded in 2015, is a Nevada-based post-acute healthcare management company that provides high-quality, coordinated care for post-acute needs in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living centers with memory care and independent living environments that include home and community-based services. PureCare Living is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Nevadans by delivering a full continuum of care through recovery, support and management programs. PureCare Living provides services for pediatric, adult and senior patients with post-acute needs resulting from a chronic illness, traumatic injury or disability.
Maddie Skains, MassMedia