Renaissance Assisted Living Recognizes Two Caregivers on National Nurses Week

STANARDSVILLE, Va. (June 14, 2018) – The two-member nursing team at Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County was recognized on National Nurses Week, May 6 to 12, with the gifts of a new Littmann® Stethoscope, a personal note and a bouquet of flowers at each one’s nursing station in appreciation of their dedicated service.

National Nurses Week, an initiative of the American Nurses Association, recognizes the significant contributions of nurses to the health and wellbeing of others. The week concludes with a special day in remembrance of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

“Our nurses are the backbone of our care for our residents. We want our nurses to know how much the Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County team, residents and family members appreciate all of their dedicated work to serving the greatest generation with excellence,” executive director of Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County, Amber Ralls, said.

The nurses recognized were: Sharonda Hawkins, LPN, and Beth Murphy, LPN.

“We could not provide the highest standard of care without our team of nurses. We wanted to express our gratitude for each of our nurses in a memorable way. They deserve to be celebrated, and we are glad that we are able to take the time to celebrate them,” said Melissa Boatwright, director of clinical support of Legacy Senior Living.

About Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County and The Harbor Memory Care at Renaissance

Situated at the gateway to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains at 422 William Mills Drive, Renaissance Assisted Living and The Harbor at Renaissance is an assisted living facility in Stanardsville, Va., that offers assisted living and Alzheimer’s care services in a safe, attentive, homelike atmosphere. Together, both facilities, which are a short drive from Charlottesville, Harrisonburg or Culpeper, Va., are committed to serving the greatest generation with honor, respect, faith and integrity. More information is available at renaissancealf.cc or by calling (434) 985-4481.

Renaissance Assisted Living and The Harbor at Renaissance are part of a family of senior living communities throughout the Southeast owned and/or operated by Legacy Senior Living, of Cleveland, Tenn. The parent company specializes in offering independent living, assisted living and Alzheimer’s care services. More information is available at legacysl.net.

Our nurses are the backbone of our care for our residents.

Amber Ralls, executive director of Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County
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Photo caption: STANARDSVILLE, Va. (June 14, 2018) – The two-member nursing team at Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County was recognized on National Nurses Week, May 6 to 12, with the gifts of a new Littmann® Stethoscope, a personal note and a bouquet of flowers at each one’s nursing station in appreciation of their dedicated service.

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About Renaissance Assisted Living - Stanardsville, VA

Located at the gateway to the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Stanardsville, Va., Renaissance Assisted Living and The Harbor at Renaissance are known for their experienced caregivers, warm atmosphere and exceptional service. They go out of their way to make residents feel at home in a friendly, spiritually vibrant community.

The assisted living and Alzheimer’s and memory care services here are unparalleled in eastern Virginia. The staff is friendly, the environment is safe, and Renaissance Assisted Living and The Harbor at Renaissance value the dignity of each resident, considering it a special blessing to serve them.

More information is available at (434) 985-4481 or renaissancealf.cc.

Renaissance Assisted Living of Greene County and The Harbor at Renaissance is part of a family of senior living communities throughout the Southeast owned and/or operated by Legacy Senior Living, of Cleveland, Tenn. Legacy Senior Living specializes in offering independent living, assisted living, and Alzheimer’s care services. More information is available at legacysl.net.

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