Congratulations to Ashley Jordan, RN, BSN, director of nursing at Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg (WCL), who has received the Power of Purpose award from LeadingAge Virginia for demonstrating and providing outstanding commitment to residents within their community.
There are many attractive areas within the Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg campus—some are quite visible, such as the tree-lined drive that leads to our main entrance, while others are more quaint and subtle.
One of the go-to spots for many of our residents is the nature trail. Although you can’t see this trail from the driveway, there has been a lot of time and energy put into it since its conception in 1999.
The “future” can change so quickly. We’ve all experienced how our world changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Overnight, commonplace items became scarce and regular activities — work, family and play — were restricted.
Times like these can help us reflect on what we want the “new future” to be. Planning for the unforeseen is possible. One part of your future is medical care and decisions about the type of healthcare you want to receive.
Hello! This is Michelle, Westminster Canterbury-Lynchburg’s registered dietitian, with this month’s Nutrition Minute because we want to MAKE EVERY MINUTE COUNT.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 8, 2021
CONTACT: Debbie Callahan, VP Marketing
LYNCHBURG – Two long-term employees of Westminster Canterbury of Lynchburg have been promoted to leadership positions in recent months.
Lori R. Sweeney, of Concord, and Ashley N. Jordan, BSN, of Appomattox, are experienced healthcare professionals now leading Westminster’s Health Services Department as Vice President and Director of Nursing respectively.