Professional Staff

Providing excellent care means employing dedicated professionals who are responsive to the needs of our residents. We take great pride in quickly attending to your family member's needs and will notify you of important changes if health care issues arise.

The Golden Age Nursing Home staff, RNs, and LPNs will communicate frequently with your designated physicians, therapists, pharmacists, and health care providers to monitor and respond to all aspects of health care. Only certified personnel will administer medications per the physician's orders.

Our staff includes:
  • Charge Nurse
    A charge nurse may be a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Charge nurses help keep families updated on each resident's condition. The charge nurses provide direct nursing care and supervise staff in the proper care for each resident's needs. The charge nurse provides care to promote optimal health, comfort, and safety of residents.
  • Certified Nursing Aide (CNA)
    Certified Nursing Aides perform routine tasks under the supervision of a licensed nurse. They answer residents' call lights, serve meals, make beds, and help residents eat, dress, and provide overall hygiene and grooming assistance. Certified Nursing Aides assist with all activities of daily living including efforts to keep residents' rooms neat. Certified Nursing Aides observe residents' physical, mental, and emotional conditions and report any change to the nursing staff.
  • Certified Medication Aide (CMA)
    Certified Medication Aides administer physician ordered medications to residents under the direction of a licensed nurse in our facility. Certified Medication Aides also promote the health, comfort, and safety of residents by assisting nursing aides when not on a medication pass.
  • Social Services Director
    The social services personnel designs programs to encourage socialization, provide entertainment, relaxation and fulfillment, and improve daily living skills. This person will be your contact for scheduling any special event with your loved one such as a birthday party in the facility.
  • Social Worker
    The Medical Social Worker provides psychosocial assessments, crisis intervention services and counseling to residents. If you or your loved one have any concerns due to any crisis or issues within your family which may cause need for counseling, the social worker is available to assist you. The social worker plays a vital role in the placement of residents when they have rehabilitated and are ready to leave our skilled nursing center.
  • Activities Director
    The activities personnel design programs to encourage socialization, provide entertainment, relaxation and fulfillment, and improve daily living skills. This person will be your contact for scheduling any special event with your loved one such as a birthday party in the facility.
  • Registered Dietician
    The registered dietitian is a food and nutrition expert who plans specialized diets for residents who are diagnosed with particular conditions and set guidelines for the dietary department. The registered dietician reviews the nutritional needs of the resident and makes dietary suggestions as needed.