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.
CLARKSVILLE – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Suzanne Hogan as Administrator of the Brigadier General Wendell H. Gilbert Tennessee State Veterans’ Home in Clarksville. In this capacity, Suzanne 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.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) today announced that Pamela Hayden-Wood is retiring from the organization after serving as the Director of Risk Management for the
past nine years. Ms. Hayden-Wood was responsible for providing regulatory guidance to the Board,
overseeing all TSVHB contracts, and supervising the Human Resources team.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board (TSVHB) today announced the
promotion of Warren A. Jasper to Director of Risk Management. In his new role, he will have the primary
responsibility of providing regulatory guidance to the Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes Board as well as supervising the Human Resources Team.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes (TSVH) today announced a revised preparedness plan after President Trump declared a National Emergency and Federal health officials mandated all nursing facilities suspend visitation to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 to susceptible patient populations. TSVH facilities in Murfreesboro, Knoxville, Clarksville, and Humboldt will restrict access to all visitors, vendors, and volunteers until further notice. These precautionary measures aim to minimize the risk of exposure to residents, families, and staff. At this time there are no cases of COVID-19 at any State Veterans’ Homes or offices.
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee State Veterans’ Homes (TSVH), a highly rated non-profit organization
with four nursing facilities in Tennessee, today announced the launch of a virtual reality pilot program for skilled nursing and long-term care residents. TSVH will partner with MyndVR, a leader in virtual reality solutions for seniors, to bring the innovative technology to their Murfreesboro, Tenn., veterans’ home location.