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This year three residents, one staff member, and one volunteer were inducted into our Hall of Fame.

  • Resident Iva Brown who owned Brown’s Market in the Cross Anchor community.
  • Resident Helen Phillips who has been a pillar in her church and community for 70+ years.
  • Resident Charles Cutshaw who served in our nation’s military.
  • Staff member Lou Barnes who has served the residents of this facility for over 28 years.
  • Volunteer Rockey McFall who has volunteered at this facility for over 10 years.

This year’s Hall of Fame Café was an elegant event filled with flickering candlelight, gourmet food, delightful desserts, beautiful choral music brought to us by the students of Greeneville Adventist Academy, and a special visit by County Mayor David Crum.  Everyone at Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville was proud to invest so much into creating a memorable event for our inductees.  It was a privilege to recognize and honor such distinguished individuals for their decades of service and contributions to our surrounding communities.

SHC Hall of Fame

For those unable to attend a SHC Hall of Fame ceremony, we’re bringing the celebration to you with four sites that were selected to have their ceremonies broadcast live via our website.

On October 9, 2014, 99 Signature HealthCARE centers across the southeast and midwest will induct over 400 distinguished individuals into the Hall of Fame, in local ceremonies featuring celebrity speakers and presentations about the inductees lives and accomplishments.

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The Hall Of Fame is an innovative Quality of Life Program developed by Signature HealthCARE designed to honor the lives and accomplishments of our residents, stakeholders, volunteers, and others who have had such an impact on our centers, communities, and nation.

On October 9, 2014, 87 Signature HealthCARE centers across the southeast and midwest will induct over 350 distinguished individuals into the Hall of Fame, in local ceremonies featuring celebrity speakers and presentations about the inductees lives and accomplishments.

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Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville recently participated in a ‘Veterans Stand Down’ event to help feed, clothe and provide medical services for homeless war veterans in East Tennessee.

The event was held at Munice Methodist Church Outreach Center for the Homeless in Johnson City, Tenn. SHC of Greeneville was joined by staff from several other Signature HealthCARE facilities in the area, along with Signature affiliate Silver Angels Home Care Specialists. Signature and Silver Angels also partnered with volunteers from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, East Tennessee State University, along with local branches of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and the American Legion.

More than 170 veterans were directly served during the event, and 300 more box lunches were given out for homeless veterans who did not attend. In addition to meals and clothing, other services included: job and personal counseling, V.A. benefits awareness, haircuts and HIV testing. Sleeping bags, emergency supplies and sleep and survival kits for winter weather conditions also were given out.

“It was impressive how so many individuals, businesses and agencies pitched in to help care for our veterans who are in need,” said Silver Angels CEO Doug Hornsby. “It really showed the region’s ‘heart’ for the people.”

This week, a few of our residents took part in Signature HealthCARE’s annual Senior Olympics Event.   This year the events took place in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Residents from nine participating facilities filled the halls and each team brought a spirit and fire to the competition that made the place come alive.  Throughout the day, the residents enjoyed competing in various events that challenged body and mind.

We are proud to honor Barbara and Doris from our facility for their outstanding job of bringing home two medals each in various events.  Our team was also proud to have brought home the trophy for the best team banner.  We look forward to next year and the fun that our next Senior Olympics will bring.

Donna Glass

Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville is proud to announce that we have hired Donna Glass to be our new Behavioral Health Manager.

Donna is a native of North East Tennessee and grew up in Johnson City.  Donna earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing form King University and has extensive education in psychology.  Donna has over 14 years experience in behavior health working in adolescent psych and adult alcohol and drug detox/dual diagnosis units, along with oncology, hematology and surgery units.  Donna has worked as a charge nurse, house supervisor, and a nurse manager.  We are excited about the extensive experience that she brings to our facility as a Behavioral Health Manager.

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Our residents enjoyed an outing to Ripley’s Aquarium where they were able to experience the wonders and splendor of life in our lakes, rivers, and oceans.  It was a serene and peaceful experience as they moved from each tank and display learning about each unique creature feeling at times as if they were in the ocean itself with them.

After their time at the Aquarium the residents chose to have lunch at Cracker Barrel where they enjoyed delicious food, good conversation, and some fun shopping in the country store.

All in all, it was a perfect day for a fun outing where our residents could experience some of the many things that bring joy and create memories to cherish for a lifetime.

Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville is showcasing its own Reflect N Us art Gallery comprised of artwork done by residents in our facility.

Reflect N Us is an annual art event held by all Signature HealthCARE facilities across the country. Residents prepare and create unique works of art to showcase within each facility’s own gallery. Submissions are also made to Signature HealthCARE’s corporate website where anyone can view and admire the beautiful works of art created by the elders within their 96 + communities.   This week we proudly displayed a variety of works of art within our lobby for staff, residents, and visitors alike to enjoy as they entered our building. If anyone would like to view the online corporate gallery they can visit www.reflectnus.com.

We are currently on the path of becoming an Eden certified community where we recognize that the three plagues of loneliness, helplessness, and boredom account for the bulk of suffering among elders in long-term care settings. One of the 10 principles that guides Eden Alternative practice is the belief that meaningless activity corrodes the human spirit. Because of this we seek to provide opportunity for our elders to do things that are meaningful and essential to human health such as exercising mind, body, and spirit through artistic expression and creation. The elders in our community find satisfaction and fulfillment knowing that their works of art are displayed for others to enjoy, not only in their own facility, but also on the world wide web for all to see.

Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville is enjoying its annual Camp Signature. Camp Signature is a week long program for children that is filled with fun activities, lessons in building character, yummy food, and many opportunities to connect and build relationships with the Elders within their community.

Currently we are on the path to becoming an Eden certified community where we recognize that the three plagues of loneliness, helplessness, and boredom account for the bulk of suffering among elders in long-term care settings.  One of the 10 principles that guides Eden Alternative practice is the belief that healthy human habitats are environments that revolve around close and continuing contact with plants, animals, and children. Camp Signature is an integral part of our plan to create opportunities for our elders and children of the community to connect and enjoy each other’s company through play and recreation. All throughout the week children and elders are brought together to play. For example; Wednesday found the elders and kids having a water gun fight, Thursday they enjoyed a picnic outing to Hardin Park together, plus they enjoyed many other fun activities throughout this week. By the end of the week bonds with be formed and memories will be made that will have a lasting impact upon generations now and yet to come. Signature HealthCARE of Greeneville is proud of its commitment to foster and promote healthy cross-generational relationships and it looks forward to continuing this annual tradition for decades to come.

On Monday, elders and campers enjoyed a day of beach fun with. They enjoyed limbo, water balloons, and beach crafts. We had a total of 29 campers.