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Life Care Center of Greeneville helps stenosis patient fish again

Left to right: Dawn Judd, occupational therapist; Clifford Gann; and Lori Williams, physical therapist assistant

When spinal stenosis caused multiple compression fractures for Clifford Gann, he was sad that he wasn’t able to do one of his favorite activities – fishing.

Gann decided to do his rehabilitation at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, and came to the facility on June 14, 2019...

Life Care Center of Greeneville helps amputee regain mobility

Left to right: Lori Williams, physical therapist assistant; Elston Candileri; and Carly Lee, occupational therapist

Elston Candileri suffered a wound on his leg that necessitated a below-the-knee amputation.

Losing a limb is not an easy transition and requires a lot of physical and emotional support. The team at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, was right beside Candileri during this process. Candileri came to the center on April 22, 2019...

Manring recovers from knee replacements at Life Care of Greeneville

Left to right: Lisa Howell, physical therapist assistant; Amy Manring; and Shirley LaShomb, rehab aide

Amy Manring has had two knee replacement surgeries, and both times, she chose to do her rehabilitation at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee.

Manring did her therapy for the first, left, knee replacement, from November 2018 to January 2019, and her therapy for the second, right, knee replacement, from February 2019 to April 2019...

Hickman featured for National Skilled Nursing Care Week

William Hickman

William Hickman, a 73-year-old resident at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, was recently featured as one of the faces of National Skilled Nursing Care Week, May 12-18.

The American Health Care Association sponsors the week each year to increase awareness of skilled nursing and rehab centers and showcase how they provide an environment of security and quality of life...

Life Care Center of Greeneville celebrates Mardi Gras in style

Resident Glenn Collins holding up the hidden baby

On March 5, 2019, residents at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, had a blast learning about and being involved in the traditions of Mardi Gras.

Residents were engaged in a “Did Ya Know?” activity, answering interesting trivia questions about the traditions of the festival. They also wore the green, yellow and purple masks popular on this holiday...

Tri-Cities business developer for Life Care wins liaison award

Misty Key, executive director at Life Care Center of Greeneville, and Brook DeLotto, Tri-Cities area business development director

Brook DeLotto, Tri-Cities director of business development for Life Care Centers of America, recently won the Hospital Liaison Award for the company’s Eastern Division.

DeLotto was honored at the division’s banquet at the company headquarters in Cleveland, Tennessee, on Jan. 9...

Life Care Center of Greeneville helps Shults recover from pneumonia

Left to right: Karen Greer, occupational therapist assistant; Joyce Shults; Susan Greineder, speech therapist; and Eric Shugart, occupational therapist

After being treated for pneumonia at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, Joyce Shults came to Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, for rehabilitation to complete her recovery.

Shults arrived on March 21, 2018, very weak and unable to walk. She needed maximum assistance to get in and out of bed and stand up, as well as with many of her daily activities...

Pinkston wins Annual Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award

Brooklyn Pinkston, certified nursing assistant

Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, congratulates Brooklyn Pinkston, certified nursing assistant, for winning the 2017 Annual Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award.

Brooklyn is a CNA on the Birch wing and has been an associate at Life Care Center of Greeneville since June 2014....

Life Care of Greeneville celebrates National Skilled Nursing Care Week

The Life Care Center of Greeneville group at the parade downtown

Residents and associates at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, enjoyed a lot of fun during National Skilled Nursing Care Week, May 13-19, 2018.

The American Health Care Association sponsors the week each year to increase awareness of skilled nursing and rehab centers and showcase how they provide an environment of security and quality of life....

Life Care Center of Greeneville rolls out red carpet for volunteers

Volunteers gather outside of the facility

Volunteers at Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, received celebrity-level treatment at an appreciation banquet on April 19, 2018.

“It is so very touching to see the number of volunteers that serve at our facility,” says Hope Broyles, director of business development at the Greeneville facility. “They love the residents as their own.”