At General Baptist Nursing Home of Piggott, we are committed to improving the comfort, strength, mobility, and independence of our residents. Returning each resident to his/her highest level of functional ability is a top priority for us. We’re proud to have been a part of the Piggott community & serving our area cities with General Baptist Health Care since 2012. We are designated as a Medicare.gov 4-Star Facility!
Give us a call direct at 870-598-2291. Feel free to visit our Facebook Page to see some of our weekly activities & the fun our residents enjoy!
Meet Shannon Rauls, our Social Services Director & a Certified Dimentia Practioner
In 2018, she was nominated for the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners Award. She was the ONLY person in NE Ark to be nominated for the award! The NCCDP CDP of the Year award is recognized as one of the Nation’s most prestigious awards in the field of Dementia care. This award provides the nominee the opportunity to be a catalyst that sets the standards for superb and outstanding dementia care.
Shannon has been in health care for 13+ yrs & with GBHC since 2012. She has advanced training in Alzheimer’s care. She brings a lot of valuable knowledge & experience to GBHC that we all can learn from. If your loved one has issues in this area, you will be comforted with the quality of care they will receive and the extra attention catering to their issues.
KINDNESS is one of the top priorities Shannon emphasizes. “People living with Dementia can’t remember, something that happened 5 minutes ago or sometimes something that happened 50 years ago like their own wedding day. But, I promise you they will not stop feeling!,” Shannon remarks.
Shannon’s perspective on Senior Health Care makes her a valuable asset to General Baptist & especially your loved ones at our Piggott Care Center. She believes, “Long-Term Care honestly takes a 110 % effort on everyone’s part from Administration right down to Night -Shift Laundry, 24 hours a day 7 days week. In my option, everyone needs compassion, sincerity and a lot of prayer.”