Stakeholder Spotlight

This week the spotlight is on Kyra! We are so happy to have Kyra Kilgore as our new Director of Nursing! She has been with us for a month so far, and we are beyond thrilled to see the positive impact that she is making within our facility! Kyra has been a nurse for 10 years, working in long term care, the ICU, labor and delivery, and Med-Surg. Kyra is married and has 3 children– Carson (6), Cooper (8), and KayDance (12). In her free time, Kyra loves to spend time with her children by taking trips to the zoo, the aquarium, the movie theater, amusement parks, and the beach, which is her favorite place to be! Thanks for your hard work, Kyra! We appreciate all that you do for our team!

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Birthday Party!

We had so much fun celebrating our resident, Everett Brandenburg’s, 95th birthday yesterday! We had cake, ice cream, and punch provided by our amazing stakeholders! Our nursing team organized the entire event and we could not have been more pleased with their enthusiasm! The happiest of birthdays to you Mr. Brandenburg, we are so happy to have you as a part of our family!

Stakeholder Spotlight

This week, we are putting the spotlight on Kim Hall, a phenomenal cook in our dietary department! She has been with Signature HealthCARE of Georgetown for almost 2 years now! Kim found a love for cooking by working at the deli that her grandparents owned. She has 3 children and 3 grandchildren! Kim loves to cook for her family and spend time with them when she is home. Kim’s favorite thing about working for Signature HealthCARE is having the ability to provide the residents with delicious food. She says that she hopes that she leaves them feeling full, and loved – because putting a little love in the food goes a long way! Thanks for all that you do Kim, we appreciate your hard work and dedication as a stakeholder!

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Hero’s Journey

We have been so blessed at SHC of Georgetown to have Hedy Smither with us for short term rehab twice now! She has been such a joy to all of our stakeholders and we have loved having her hang out at the nurses’ station while chatting and making friends. She has become like a family member to all of us! She made us smile when she said that she chose to come back here even though it was further away from her home. We will miss you Ms. Smither, but we are so happy that you are heading home!

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