• Administrator: The administrator is responsible for ensuring that the VSL Mission, Vision and Values are met within the facility through the development of strong personal relationships while ensuring effective and economic operation of all facility departments, providing tactful leadership and supervision, and ensuring that approved facility goals and objectives are accomplished, and quality services achieved and maintained.
  • Director of Nursing: The director of nursing (DON) is responsible for providing oversight and direction to the nursing team members within the facility. The DON is a full-time nurse who works closely with the facility administrator, department leaders, and nursing team members in order to achieve the goals of the nursing department. The DON interacts regularly with residents, families, and staff to ensure that quality care and service is delivered on a daily basis. The nursing team members are committed to serving each resident with integrity, compassion, and excellence and the DON is instrumental in developing and maintaining this environment.
  • Social Services: The social services coordinator is an advocate for the resident, working closely with the administrator, director of nursing (DON), direct line staff, and all other departments to better meet the needs of the resident. Social services is responsible to provide for the physical, psychological, and social needs of the residents through recognizing each resident’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs beyond traditional measures. Social services is committed to providing individualized care that enhances the resident’s individuality and collective well being, while sharing accountability toward creating and supporting an environment that provides “Dignity in Life.” Social services is always dedicated to providing each resident and their family with integrity and compassion.
  • Marketing & Public Relations: As a reliable and positive team member the Public Relations Coordinator helps to promote the programs and services of the facility. They help to identify the needs and goals of potential customers to better serve them. They communicate with patients, residents and families regarding placement services and help to facilitate information toward appropriate levels of care. They are known for promoting relationships of trust, confidence, and loyalty centered around our quality services, the honesty of our people, and involvement in our community.
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AHCA Awards