Growing older is something that many feel anxious about, but it’s a natural course of life that is unavoidable. Providing a sense of peace to aging Arkansans is the specialty at Briarwood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, and has been for three decades.
For more than 30 years, Briarwood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has prided itself on being a place and a face that its community can trust and its residents can feel comfortable in. Briarwood is a 120-bed facility that specializes in both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, providing the flexibility to meet each and every client’s needs, without sacrificing care quality — of which the team at Briarwood aspires for the highest of standards.
Be it transient rehabilitation or extended stay retirement, the staff is committed to creating and maintaining a supportive relationship that reinforces the dignity of every resident. This relationship-building transcends the here and now and translates to generational resident care.
In this age of the pandemic, even more anxiety was added to the mix of old age, as the very demographic that nursing homes serve are among the most vulnerable. Briarwood was ready with a remedy to answer that call, as well. It installed a brand-new position to help keep its residents safe — Infection Preventionist Lauren McDonald.
Providing peace, trust and comfortability is the mission for Briarwood — both now and for the future. Age is something that will catch up with all of us; Briarwood is here to help us through it and ensure our quality of life.