Location Profile

Wilmington, Delaware

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Wilmington, Delaware
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Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Wilmington, Delaware. Administering a variety of services in nursing, healthcare, and rehabilitative therapy, the facility is a leading care provider in the area. The provider has a history of more than 50 years in the community with many skilled nurses and medical professionals as part of its staff.

Community Overview

The largest city in Delaware, Wilmington is a beautiful mix of city amenities in a lush country setting. Wilmington is at the heart of the state’s economic development which has led to abundant cultural opportunities, good schools, and a rich blend of old charm with new convenience. Whether it’s the growing food scene, the fun museums, or the 552 acres of parks to explore, Wilmington has plenty of options to satisfy any interest. Wilmington has much to offer. Whether it’s the largest downtown district in the state, the tax-free shopping, or just the delightful mix of city meets country. And there’s plenty to see and do, thanks to the area’s 100 festivals, exhibits, sports events, and other community offerings.

Learn more about Wilmington at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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Wilmington is served by the Brandywine, Christina, and Red Clay school districts. The largest district is the Christina District which has 2 early education centers, 16 elementary schools, 2 elementary/middle schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 traditional comprehensive high schools. A low student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1 is present in the district. Several of the district’s schools have been recognized for their excellence and are National Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence. All 3 high schools are on the list of U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools and are ranked among the top 50 schools in the state. Wilmington also has several private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

From the local boutiques in the downtown area to the variety of brand-name stores in Concord Mall, there’s a rich shopping scene in Wilmington. Specialty stores offer fine gifts, souvenirs, jewelry, clothing, art, and all kinds of handcrafted goods. The best part of shopping in Wilmington is that the state of Delaware doesn’t feature a sales tax. Department stores in Wilmington include Target, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Sears, and JCPenney. Rest assured, you’ll find exactly what you need in Wilmington’s diverse shops.

Wilmington’s cultural and performing arts scene has an endless amount of entertainment options. Start at the Delaware Theatre Company, a renowned theatre located on the riverfront. For over 40 years, the company has offered some of the greatest Broadway productions in comedies and musicals. Each season includes family-friendly options and also features shows with performers from TV and film. Bootless Stageworks is a less conventional theatre with off-the-wall productions and City Theatre Company is your place for comedy festivals and improv. Audiences young and old can enjoy the shows offered by the Wilmington Drama League. Each season brings musicals based on beloved books, fairy tales, or children’s characters. Want more? How about Shakespeare under the stars? The summer brings the famous Delaware Shakespeare Festival with performances for the public in a local park.

For a more upscale entertainment experience, enjoy Wilmington’s excellent music options. Opera Delaware, The Delaware Symphony, and First Stage Ballet mount exciting productions at the Grand Opera House, an 1871 concert hall. The Grand is also home to visiting performers, classical concerts, children’s theatre shows, and other special events. There’s something to see at the Grand and its venues nearly every week.

The museums of Wilmington and the surrounding area known as the Brandywine offer some of the best art collections in the country. The Brandywine River Museum of Art has the work of the famous Andrew Wyeth, plus an incredible array of art and objects spanning from the 19th century to the present. The Delaware Art Museum was founded in 1912 and has a collection of British art, an outdoor sculpture garden, and illustrations by the local artist Howard Pyle. Explore contemporary works by emerging artists at the Delaware Contemporary and view folk art at the Blue Ball Barn. Little minds will be filled with curiosity and delight at the Delaware Children’s Museum, a space focused on STEM subjects. Exhibits include a toddler-sized train, nature center, 30-foot climbing structure, and hands-on activities, plus right behind the museum is an 18-hole miniature golf course. Wilmington also has several historic sites and museums. The Delaware History Museum features permanent and changing exhibits of Delaware’s history and achievements, and is just one of the buildings owned by the Delaware Historical Society. Other sites include the Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage and the historic Read House and Gardens. The Rockwood Park and Museum is a fabulous 72-acre parkland area with a Rural Gothic mansion that reflects how the former residents lived in in the late 1850s. It’s a great place to enjoy the area’s natural beauty and learn more about local history.

The area is rich for exploration and outdoor recreation on land or water. There are more than 122 trails that cover 642 miles in Wilmington, perfect for traveling on foot or on two wheels. Wilmington’s popular spot for children is the Carousel Park & Equestrian Center, home of the local mounted patrol. Here you can see the friendly horses, take  riding lessons, explore several trails, and watch horse shows. Brandywine Creek State Park offers the Hidden Pond Trail, a 2.8-mile loop and the Hawk Watch Nature viewing site to spot wildlife. The Northern Delaware Greenway is in the park as well and features a 2.5-mile bike trail. The Northern Delaware Greenway continues beyond the park and spans a total length of 10.4 miles, perfect for getting your exercise in some of the prettiest parts of Delaware. More trails await in the park’s Tulip Tree Woods Nature Preserve. There’s also the Alapocas Run State Park, home of the 27,000-square-foot inclusive playground, several sports fields, rock climbing, trails, and other amenities.  And if that’s not enough, there are more than 60 city parks to enjoy in Wilmington. Want a bit of excitement? Try a canoe, tube, or kayak tour down the Brandywine River.

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Crime Rate

You’ll be safe in Wilmington as the city offers a dedicated police department with 315 officers who patrol by foot, bike, and motor vehicle. Their comprehensive crime prevention methods help ensure the safety of Wilmington’s residents and guests. Crime prevention involves community engagement and includes such useful tools as Crimestoppers, tiplines, and neighborhood watch.

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