Why I Became a Long-Term Care Administrator Celebrating National Long-Term Care Administrator's Week
Mariah Naylor, Executive Director for Clay Health Care Center, shares her inspiration for becoming a long-term care administrator and dedication to serving others.
AMFM Patients & Employees among first in the nation to receive COVID-19 Vaccine
Patients and employees at Cabell Health Care Center are among the first in the United States and West Virginia to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Faces of Care: Brooke Myers, Executive Director, Cameron Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Cameron Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Executive Director Brooke Myers shares her personal experiences with COVID-19, and why she will take the vaccine.
Why I Choose the Vaccine
Dedicated employees from across AMFM share their reasons for taking the upcoming COVID-19 vaccine.
NRC Customer and Employee Awards Thank You
John and Fonda Elliot say thank you to AMFM employees for earning AMFM the 2020 NRC Employee Approved and Customer Approved Awards from National Research Corporation.
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. thanks TEAM AMFM for their dedication and commitment to quality care
America's Got Talent and West Virginia native, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., thank TEAM AMFM on the great job of taking care of patients, their families and communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bestselling Author Home Hickam thanks TEAM AMFM
Homer Hickam, McDowell County native, NASA engineer and the bestselling author of "Rocket Boys," thanks TEAM AMFM for their dedication and commitment to caring for their patients throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senator Joe Manchin names Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center as "WV Strong"
West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin recognizes the employees at Wayne Nursing & Rehabilitation Center for their efforts combating a COVID-19 outbreak at the center.
Thank you to our Long-Term Care Heroes
Mary Agnes Argento, Vice President of Quality Improvement, has a special message for Team AMFM and in recognition of National Nurses Week!
Greenbrier Health Care Center patient plays guitar, sings a childhood favorite
Beula Patterson, a patient from our Greenbrier Health Care Center spent her youth learning to play the guitar and worked at the radio station WOAY in Fayetteville, WV. In this video from 2017, she proves she still has it.