HUMBOLDT – More than 250 motorcycles are expected to pass through Humboldt, Tennessee on August 22, 2022, as part of The American Legion Legacy Run. This five-day, 1,150-mile, cross-country motorcycle ride raises awareness and funds for the American Legion Legacy Scholarship, which supports the children of fallen military personnel and the children of disabled veterans who served in the post 9/11 era. The Legacy Run is one of the largest and longest organized motorcycle group rides in the United States.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Courtney Bledsoe Washington as Administrator of the new Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Cleveland. In this role, Courtney will lead the opening of the new Cleveland facility and oversee the daily operations of the Home. She will direct the hiring and training of employees as well as oversee the activities of the medical, nursing, technical, housekeeping, maintenance, social service, activity, and volunteer staff.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kyle Chamberlain as Administrator of the Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Murfreesboro. In this capacity, Kyle will oversee the daily operations of the Home and maintain compliance in accordance with the established policies and procedures of the TSVHB to ensure maximum high standards of care to residents.
CLEVELAND– Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) today announced that it has begun the hiring process for the new Bradley County Veterans’ Home in Cleveland, Tennessee. The positions currently being filled will play a vital role in preparing the facility for opening. While an official opening date has not been announced, the home is anticipated to be operational this summer.
KNOXVILLE – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes (TSVH), a skilled nursing and long-term care organization, today announced its partnership with Theoria Medical (Theoria), a Michigan-based medical group that will incorporate proprietary telemedicine technology into resident care plans. Theoria was awarded the contract to provide medical services at the Ben Atchley Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Knoxville. Theoria’s model aims to further improve the continuum of care for residents by incorporating highly trained medical professionals and innovative technology into care delivery.
We are happy to share that based on guidance from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH), limited visitation is once again permitted inside Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes. Visitation is dependent upon a myriad of factors, including the two-week COVID-19 county positivity rate, COVID-19 cases in the homes, vaccination status of residents, and other clinical safety factors.