To our residents, families and community

Thank you for being a member of our Signature family. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you. At Signature, we believe in doing the right thing, and to us, this means being transparent and openly communicating about matters affecting the organization.

This letter is to make you aware that Signature HealthCARE has entered into a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General to resolve a matter involving therapy services at some of our skilled nursing facilities.

It is important for you to know that this settlement will not impact the quality of care or innovative initiatives provided to our residents. Resident care remains our first priority, and we are dedicated to continuing our mission and vision to revolutionize the Healthcare industry with exemplary resident-centered care and innovative quality of life initiatives.

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An American Adventure Begins

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Adventure comes in all shapes and sizes and this week it is in the form of a Washington D.C. vacation for 63 Elders and Stakeholders of Signature HealthCARE. The teams comprised of individuals from Kentucky, North Carolina, and Florida set off to learn more about our nation’s history by spending the week in Washington D.C.

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Signature HealthCARE of Putnam County Donates to CHS Health Science Program

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Signature HealthCARE of Putnam County recently donated 2 electric beds as well as numerous CNA training supplies to the Cookeville High School Health Science Department. Accepting the much needed supplies were Clif Matlock, Principal at CHS; as well as Emily Morgan, Instructor at CHS for Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Livingston. On hand to make the donation was Lee Rooney, CEO of Signature. “This was a wonderful opportunity to help this great program at Cookeville High School. These are our future doctors and nurses, so they need the very best in equipment and supplies” stated Rooney.

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CRMC and Signature HealthCARE Partner to Improve Patient Outcomes

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Cookeville, Tn. – December 6, 2017 – Regional health care centers are teaming up to better prevent hospital readmissions. The new effort rises out of increasing instances of sepsis and hospital readmissions in local patients from health care centers. The collaboration is a partnership between CRMC, Signature HealthCARE of Putnam County, Signature HealthCARE of Fentress County, Signature HealthCARE of Pickett County, Standing Stone Care and Rehabilitation Center, and the Upper Cumberland Transitions Coalition.

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SHC of Putnam County Recognizes Hall of Fame Inductees

Signature HealthCARE of Putnam County recently celebrated the induction of 4 new members to their Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame Inductees:

Hometown hero Elia Johnson has served as a Certified Nursing Assistant for over 20 years. She is a compassionate caregiver at home and at work.

Navy veteran and retired police detective Thomas Williams is an accomplished artist and Tennessee native.

Pastor Ted Kocher serves the residents and community of Signature HealthCARE of Putnam County as a valued volunteer and volunteer recruitment liaison.

Army veteran Paul Fehr was an ardent lover of classic cars and a recipient of the U.S. Army Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Leadership.