Generations at Neighbors has a great staff. When you visit or tour Generations at Neighbors, you will have the opportunity to meet members of our leadership and management team. Please make a point to stop in or introduce yourself while you are visiting our community. Our staff loves to meet the families and friends of our residents and guests.
Director of Nursing
Erin Tremble brings over 17 years nursing experience to Generations at Neighbors as well as five years in management. She also started her nursing career at Neighbors as a CNA 20 years ago.
Erin develops and evaluates programs to measure, assess and improve the quality of nursing care. She makes sure all residents’ needs are met, assesses the history of possible admissions for approval and provides education to the nurses and CNAs. She also conducts the nursing process’ assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.
Erin reflects on her return to Generations at Neighbors, “I wanted to get closer to home and to help those in my community.”
Erin is a RN and has an associate’s degree in nursing.
Admissions and Marketing Director
Patti started with the Generations at Neighbors family in 2001 until 2005 and took a brief hiatus returning in 2006 to make us her permanent home for over ten years. Prior to Generations at Neighbors, Patti has held various positions in departments such as medical records, social services and human resources. She received her Bachelor’s from Northern University and her Master of Social Work from the University of Illinois.
At Generations at Neighbors she monitors that the facility develops a strong relationship with area businesses and community agencies to ensure her residents reap the best services. Her tours of the facility are organized to be engaging and informative for her visitors, while her vast knowledge of the industry is represented at outside marketing events for the facility.
She states, “The part of my job that I like the best is offering comfort, reassurance, and encouragement to the families going through the process of admitting a loved one. There are so many myths and fears about nursing homes, and I enjoy the opportunity to share information with others in order to change their perceptions.”