Regency Grande in Dover, NJ – A Retrospect!

The Regency Grande Nursing and Post-acute Rehabilitation Center in Dover, NJ has become an iconic staple of excellence in the Unites States Senior Healthcare Industry and more specifically, an absolute GEM in the Dover, NJ community!

But did you know about the history of this building?

No?

Ok, I’ll tell you.

First we need to go back to the very beginning to highlight a few benchmarks:

1722 – Dover was founded by John Jackson. He built an iron forge in the area. The iron industry was central to the growth of Dover.

1921 – the building of the Lodge #541 of the Loyal Order of Moose constructed. (It later became the Dutton Hotel.)

The Loyal Order of the Moose used to meet from the 1920’s to the 1940’s. It was bought by Hedden and Dutton in the late 40’s and converted into a hotel shortly thereafter. It was the last of many hotels that existed in Dover from 1850 to 1950.

1970 – the Dutton hotel was sold and became the Dover Christian Nursing Home.

Well Folks, today, the Dover Christian Nursing Home is known as The Regency Grande Nursing and Post-acute Rehabilitation Center!

Regency Grande is part of the Regency Alliance on Senior Healthcare and is under the stewardship and leadership of Mr. David Gross, a brilliant and visionary leader in Healthcare, who has become something of a legend in NJ.

Now several “before and after” pictures for you:

Dutton Hotel, Circa mid 1900's

Dutton Hotel, Circa mid 1900’s

btw, this postcard is currently available for purchase on e-bay for only $12 - and no, I'm not the seller!

btw, this postcard is currently available for purchase on e-bay for only $12 – and no, I’m not the seller!

Regency Grande, Dover, NJ

Regency Grande, Dover, NJ Today!

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Regency Founder and President, Mr. David Gross, L.N.H.A.

Regency Founder and President, Mr. David Gross, L.N.H.A.

 

 

 

 

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