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Mountain City Care Center is blessed with Good Samaritans

By Paula Walter

Every month, Mountain City Care and Rehabilitation Center recognizes employees who have gone above and beyond their job descriptions as part of their Good Samaritan Program. This initiative is not limited to just employees of the nursing home, as acts of kindness by volunteers and residents are also recognized.

The residential council is the voice for residents to express their concerns and discuss the day-to-day functions of the nursing home. Robin Greene, the social worker for the facility; Lisa Stout, who is the activities directory, as well as the chaplain, Steven Spencer, are all part of the group meeting, which is open to all. The council reviews and votes on the nominations received for the Good Samaritan of the month, along with any other concerns that have arisen. More...


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