In the world of healthcare, surveys and accreditation guidelines assure that standards are maintained. Rarely does a facility come through an annual standard survey deficiency free – meaning there are no areas that need improvement or need to be corrected. But recently Atmore Nursing Center recently completed their annual survey and came through it deficiency free – for the first time in at least 32 years, according to Administrator Morgan…
From left in foreground, Patricia Burcham and Lennie Johnson enjoy the February 14 Valentine’s Day party at Atmore Nursing Center. Employees of Atmore’s Family Dollar and others brought balloons, chocolates, cards and roses for the residents. Atmore Christian School students on guitar and other instruments serenaded the group, and all enjoyed games, snacks and fellowship in ANC’s activities center, which was festively decorated for the occasion.
The staff and residents of Atmore Nursing Center held their Christmas party Thursday afternoon, December 21. In addition to refreshments and fellowship, residents enjoyed a visit from Santa. Shown is resident Sharon Spivey with Santa.
Escambia County Middle Schools after-school students visited Atmore Nursing Center Monday, Dec. 4. Students delivered Christmas cards during the dinner hour, and violin and cello students performed Jingle Bells and other songs. Shown are, from left, Elizabeth Mitchell, Trinity Thames, Tenya Brown, My’ Asia Cooks, Nataleigh Martinez, and Imari Lemon.