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Long-term care facilities plugging into electric charging stations

October 1, 2014
Long-Term Living

Charging stations for electric cars are among facilities' newest amenities, according to an article on the Long-Term Care website. The Oak Crest Village in Maryland installed its first electric charging station this summer as part of the community's culture of environmental responsibility. “Being on the cutting-edge of technology is important in serving current residents and attracting new customers to our campus,” Oak Crest executive Gary Hibbs said in the article.

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