Our amazing team of employees is always ready to the fight for the safety and well being of our residents, families, and fellow staff members. We couldn't be prouder of this crew of prizefighters!
Redstone has seen a lot of change in the past 40 years, but one wonderful constant is Lifestyle Coordinator, Karen Stock! Karen has been with Redstone since the grand opening in 1980. We are thrilled to have such a sincere, caring, and amiable individual as part of the Redstone team.
At Redstone, it's not pointless or minute work. It's making a difference for those who come to Redstone. It takes many hands to create such a successful SeniorCare, providing top of the line care and the latest techniques.
97% of responding residents would choose Redstone as their home again. We appreciate the help of everyone in our staff. Our nurses, housing assistants, activities, maintenance, corporate, housekeeping, gift shop, and others work hard to make Redstone a happy place!
Click "here" to see just how happy that makes us!
Redstone Highlands recognizes the achievements of employees in both their professional and personal lives. Through the DOVE (Distinction of Visible Excellence) Awards, employees receive recognition for these achievements at an annual event. Employees can be nominated for DOVE Awards by a co-worker, supervisor, resident, family member or visitor. If you've witnessed an employee going "above and beyond" while serving our residents, their families, or fellow staff members, click *here* to submit his or her name for DOVE Recognition.
Redstone is offering four scholarships to two area schools for full-time students.
For more information about the Scholarship Program or an application, please contact Vicki Loucks or Kathie Brean.
Redstone is pleased to offer Nurse Aide Training, leading to successful careers in healthcare. The Nurse Aide Training program is conducted by a professional licensed nurse. This offers the opportunity for individuals to learn skills and prepare for the state exam leading to a rewarding career as a Certified Nursing Assistant. The training program typically lasts three weeks and includes both classroom and clinical training. Individuals can work up until the class begins. If you would like to apply for the training program, please visit the page listing the available positions and select Student Nurse Assistant Training. You may also contact the human resources department for additional information.