Tomeka Scott, who has spent her nursing career at Brandermill Woods in Chesterfield, has been named the 2016 VHCA-VCAL Director of Nursing of the Year. This award recognizes an individual who demonstrate clinical expertise and leadership in providing quality long term care in the Commonwealth.Scott has spent her career at Brandermill Woods, starting as a Certified Nursing Assistant more than 20 years ago. She went on to acquire her Medication Aide Certification, become a Licensed Practical Nurse... Read More...
From all of us at Brandermill Woods, we’d like to wish Arthur Haake a happy 100th, (or should we say 25th?) birthday today! As you might have already seen, Arthur has experienced quite a lot in life, including the roaring twenties, the Great Depression, and World War II. Arthur, a graduate from Harvard Law School, put his law career aside to join the Marines as a Second Lieutenant at the beginning of World War II in 1941. Read More...
Cindy Ritter, Administrator of the Health Care Community at Brandermill Woods, wrote this article during last week's winter storm. As I am writing this article we are still in the process of digging out from the big winter storm. Some have said it was a snowfall of historic measurement and it closed schools and businesses across Chesterfield County and Virginia. I have to say that I have never been more proud to be part of the Brandermill Woods family. Read More...
One of the original residents of the Brandermill Woods Retirement Community Jerry Bourdow turns 100 on April 26th celebrating with family and friends in the Florida Room at the Chesterfield. Jerry and her late husband Joe moved to Brandermill Woods soon after it opened on October 2, 1987 and immediately became active in the community. Jerry visited new residents as they moved into the new active retirement community, wrote articles for the community newsletter and volunteered for many community ... Read More...
It’s likely that one day you will find yourself searching for an assisted living or independent living facility for a parent, spouse, or for yourself. Most people associate assisted living with the end of the road, but it doesn’t have to be as long as you choose the right facility. With the right care, nutrition It’s likely that one day you will find yourself searching for an assisted living or independent living facility for a parent, spouse, or for yourself. Read More...
Female residents have traditionally outnumbered males in assisted living communities, but the numbers show that this trend may be changing as more men make the move to independent and assisted living facilities. The most widely accepted reason for this trend is an increase in male life
Female residents have traditionally outnumbered males in assisted living communities, but the numbers show that this trend may be changing as more men make the move to independent and assisted living facilities. The most widely accepted reason for this trend is an increase in male life Read More...
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Midlothian, Virginia 23112
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Midlothian, Virginia 23112
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