Sunrise Senior Living Achieves WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management

The rating goes for all of Sunrise’s 270-plus communities in the U.S. and Canada.

By HFT Staff

Sunrise Senior Living, a provider of personalized senior living services, is advancing a company-wide culture of health, well-being, and safety by achieving the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management across its entire portfolio of 270-plus communities in the U.S. and Canada, spanning 21 million square feet. The healthy building designation was awarded by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the global authority for transforming health and well-being in buildings, organizations, and communities.   

To achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating for all new and existing buildings, Sunrise met rigorous requirements validating it prioritizes the wellness of those who live, work, and visit at each community. Specifically, criteria included demonstrating a proven and consistent commitment to cleaning and sanitation procedures, emergency preparedness, health service resources including mental health, innovation, and stakeholder engagement and communication.  

According to IWBI, Sunrise is the largest provider in the senior living industry to achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating across its entire organization.  

By participating in WELL at scale, Sunrise also joins global brands and Fortune 500 firms across multiple industries including healthcare, hospitality, retail, and financial services that are leading the charge to prioritize, deliver, and benchmark health and well-being impacts across their entire organizations. 

March 13, 2023

Topic Area: Sustainable Operations

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