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Country Place Senior Living Names Rebecca Reynolds Administrator of Greenville Residence
“I look forward to providing seniors with opportunities to enjoy this new chapter in their lives,” said Reynolds. “I want each resident to feel comfortable and happy in the Greenville residence. They will not have to worry about the daily challenges associated with the upkeep of a home or meal preparation. We look forward to scheduling outings and activities that will be of interest to our residents. Country Place Senior Living of Greenville will be a beautiful residence, and I cannot wait to make a difference in the lives of our residents.”
Reynolds graduated from Fairhope High School in 1993 and pursued a healthcare degree at the University of South Alabama. While attending school, she began working at a skilled nursing community while completing the administrator training program. After graduation, she returned to Greenville to work for Crowne Health Care of Greenville as the assistant administrator. She is excited to begin her new role as administrator of Country Place Senior Living of Greenville.
“Rebecca’s empathetic disposition and healthcare industry experience make her the perfect choice for this position. She knows how to connect with the residents and their families while creating a comfortable and happy experience for them,” said Jill Lentini, director of operations for CP Homes. “Having lived in Greenville for most of her life, she knows many of the seniors and families in the area.”
Country Place Senior Living of Greenville will feature a 24 suite residence, where seniors can be independent, form strong friendships with fellow residents and receive care from supportive and highly trained staff members. In addition to caring for seniors, the residence’s staff plans to be a resource for families who live in the surrounding area. Country Place Senior Living of Greenville is conveniently located off of I-65 close to restaurants and shopping venues. Future residents will be able to enjoy close proximity to a Walmart, The Ritz Theater and Sherling Lake.
In preparation of the opening of the residence, Country Place Senior Living gives future residents the opportunity to join the Founders Club before opening. Members will enjoy special privileges like priority selection of residential suites, VIP invitations to all community activities, complimentary monthly luncheons, free Seniorcise Classes, and move-in coordinator services.