The Bridge at Lawrenceville, premier senior living community in Lawrenceville, was recently named a 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report best assisted living community.
The inaugural U.S. News Best Senior Living ratings and profiles offer comprehensive information and exclusive analysis of consumer satisfaction data. The ratings are based on such factors as community and activities, food and dining, caregiving and management, and staffing for nearly 2,500 communities in the continental U.S. and Hawaii.
The Bridge at Lawrenceville, Georgia, boasts a premier personal care community in which residents’ safety and happiness are the top priority.
While residents at The Bridge are encouraged to live as independently as possible, professional associates provide assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing and medication management.
Lawrenceville, Georgia, is known as the “Crepe Myrtle City” and offers the friendliness of a small town with specialty shops, terrific restaurants and a historic downtown district. This setting is the ideal location for residents to enjoy the carefree lifestyle of The Bridge.
The Bridge at Lawrenceville is a vital part of a continuum-of-care campus that also offers independent living and skilled nursing services.
For residents needing extra care after sickness or surgery, Life Care Center of Lawrenceville is available on the same campus as The Bridge to provide skilled nursing or rehabilitation services. Associates strive to accommodate any care transitions as smoothly as possible.
This feature allows residents and their families to feel confident in choosing The Bridge to call home.
What will you fall in love with at The Bridge at Lawrenceville? Maybe everything.
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Naqui Rizvi, a licensed administrator of senior living communities in Georgia, takes pride in having served the senior community for the past 15 years.
As an immigrant to the U.S. more three decades ago, he envisioned himself as an entrepreneur, executive, coach, and servant leader. From his first job in a Chicago nursing home at the age of 16, he was committed to being the spokesman for those deprived of basic privileges and for the indigent.
Throughout Naqui's educational career, he challenged himself to become the first doctor in his family, while also becoming a national tennis qualifier and competitive runner. He still dares to challenge himself on all fronts. His highly competitive nature keeps him focused, dedicated, and determined in the goals he sets out to achieve.
Naqui follows a personal motto that inspires everything he does: "Serving humanity at its deepest root can trigger an everlasting positive outcome." As an opportunist, it gratifies him to exceed expectations and set no boundaries. He often uses the phrase, "Allow me the opportunity to serve those first in dire need, and then some more."
A married father of a teen, Naqui equally enjoys the balance of work and family. In his free time, he also enjoys traveling, running, and volunteering for the American Heart Association.Join Our Team