For Kaitlyn Potts, nursing begins with building relationships

Registered nurse Kaitlyn Potts finds the most rewarding part of her work in the relationships that she’s been able to build. In her role as a medication aide nurse, she enjoys a good deal of interaction with residents. She appreciates the chance to get to know them on a personal level.“I really like the relationships,” she said.
May 24, 2020

Alice Capps made a career out of her caregiver’s heart

Alice Capps has always been a caregiver. For the better part of 54 years, she’s used her heart to tend to the needs of others in her nursing career. “I think when I started, I was a young girl,” Alice said. “My parents were elderly to be parents, and my father got injured by a car that hit him in the street. I took care of him before I left home. I was 16 when I started in nursing. I worked in the Youth Corps, and I got into long-term care at 18. I worked as a CNA and CMT for 20 years before going to nursing school in 1995.”
April 15, 2020

Celebrating the nurses of Fulton Presbyterian Manor

Here at Fulton Presbyterian Manor, we love our nurses! They are friendly, efficient and are on top of whatever the residents might need. They are hardworking and strive to ensure everyone is happy. They are the best at working with families and helping each other out. They are bright and cheery and makes us all feel special.
March 20, 2020

Fulton Presbyterian Manor Receives 2020 Customer Experience Award from Pinnacle Quality Insight

Fulton Presbyterian Manor is proud to announce that they are the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight’s 2020 Customer Experience Award. The Customer Experience Award is given to senior living communities that score in the top 15-percent of the nation in resident satisfaction surveys conducted by Pinnacle Quality Insight for 12 consecutive months. Fulton Presbyterian Manor received the award for skilled nursing.
March 16, 2020

Social workers lay the foundation for success

The work of social workers isn’t always visible to those who benefit from it. There’s no medical equipment or other obvious signs that work is being done — but nearly everything that goes into caring for residents involves the hands of a social worker.“We do a lot of things,” said Social Services Director Tresa Allen. “We make sure they have what they need for their care.
February 11, 2020