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Jordan River Health Campus

Published on: April 12, 2022

Healthcare Administrator Carnail Williams touches on the services the Jordan River Health Campus offers—the services it offers as well as what makes it so unique.

First Impressions

Published on: April 5, 2022

Healthcare Administrator Carnail Williams reflects on his memorable first visit to the Jordan River Health Campus.

Your Experience

Published on: March 29, 2022

Healthcare Administrator Carnail Williams reflects on his years of experience in the healthcare industry and his career journey that ultimately led him to The Farms at Bailey Station.

Joining the Team

Published on: March 21, 2022

Healthcare Administrator Carnail Williams shares with us what ultimately led him to join The Farms at Bailey Station and why it’s so much more than a pretty place to live.

Your Reactions

Published on: March 15, 2022

Sales Director Mary Cross reflects on The Farms at Bailey Stations’ transformation into the luxury retirement community it is today as well as shares the vision for tomorrow.

Resident Reactions

Published on: March 8, 2022

What do residents really think of The Farms at Bailey Station? Sales Director Mary Cross shares with us as well as one of their top reasons for choosing to live here.Resident Programs director Michelle Horn talks about the wide variety of activities and amenities The Farms offers to promote all aspects of wellness, from Independent Living to Assisted Living and Memory Support. 

What activities are available?

Published on: March 1, 2022

Resident Programs director Michelle Horn talks about the wide variety of activities and amenities The Farms offers to promote all aspects of wellness, from Independent Living to Assisted Living and Memory Support. 

The Farms at Bailey Station Speaker Series Continues!

Published on: February 23, 2022

Updates on Alzheimer’s Disease: What You Need to Know with Greta Brown, Manager of West Tennessee Programs and Education Alzheimer’s Association

Greta Brown, West Tennessee Manager of Programs and Education for the Alzheimer’s Association, will share with us the latest information on Alzheimer’s Disease, including its research and treatment. While this common form of dementia can impact people as young as in their 30s and 40s, the majority are typically senior adults 65 and older.

As Manager of Programs and Education, Greta is responsible for coordinating and extending Alzheimer’s education and support programs to citizens and organizations throughout Western Tennessee. Additionally, her role includes developing and maintaining strategic relationships with community partners, including health, faith-based, government, civic, and corporate organizations, to achieve the Alzheimer’s Association’s mission.

Watch this informative webinar below.