Leadership

“Making a positive impact on the lives of our residents, our dedicated team, and the community is what drives me each day— I strive to foster a strong, united team that is fully committed to delivering the utmost care and support for our cherished residents at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehab.”

Caroline Mumford

MHA, LNHA

Administrator

Caroline is a dedicated and accomplished professional serving as the Administrator at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehab. With a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Studies from East Carolina University and a Master’s in Public Health specializing in Health Care Administration and Long-term Care from Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Caroline brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role. Caroline’s commitment to excellence is reflected in her credentials as a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the state of North Carolina from 2021. Her journey with Principle LTC (Greendale’s management company) began in 2020, where she completed the Administrator-in-Training program, showcasing her dedication to professional growth and development. Joining Greendale Forest in September of 2021, Caroline brings her passion for making a positive impact on the lives of residents, employees, and the community. She is deeply committed to leading a strong, diverse team that is wholeheartedly committed to providing the highest quality care for each resident. Caroline’s leadership embodies a dedication to enhancing the well-being and overall quality of life for all who call Greendale Forest home.

“I am driven by a deep commitment to make a positive difference in the lives of others. I believe in forging strong connections with our patients, and I make it a daily priority to dedicate time to our residents and their families. Together, we create a bond that not only heals but uplifts, ensuring that every day is a day filled with hope, care, and compassion.”

Myrtle Johnson

RN

Director of Nursing

With over 17 years of nursing experience, Myrtle Johnson stands as a guiding light within the healthcare community. Myrtle’s journey at Greendale Forest began in August 2007, when she joined as a Floor Nurse. Her dedication and exceptional skills quickly propelled her into the role of Staff Development Coordinator in 2008, where she honed her ability to nurture growth and excellence within her team. In 2016, Myrtle’s leadership qualities led to her appointment as the Director of Nursing (DON) at Greendale Forest. For the past 7 years, she has steered the facility with a blend of expertise, empathy, and vision, establishing an environment where both residents and staff thrive. Myrtle’s unique approach lies in her belief in the power of personal connections. She consistently dedicates time to interact with residents and their families, ensuring their needs are not just met, but exceeded.

Myrtle’s dedication has been recognized through the prestigious Principle LTC Healthcare Hero Award—embodying hope, courage, excellence, and strength.

“Focused on our new residents and their families, I am committed to ensuring seamless transitions and providing invaluable support as the Admissions Director at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation.”

Griffin Brisbois-Burns

Admission Director

As the Admissions Director, Griffin Brisbois-Burns brings over four years of experience as a dedicated Life Enrichment Director across multiple skilled nursing facilities, complemented by proficiency as an Admissions backup. Currently serving at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation, Griffin is committed to facilitating seamless transitions for new residents while providing invaluable support to their families.

With a genuine passion for enhancing the lives of residents and their loved ones, Griffin finds fulfillment in bringing hope and possibility to those under his care. His dedication to making a positive impact on the daily lives of residents reflects his commitment to the principles of compassionate care. Driven by a desire to make a tangible difference, Griffin continuously strives to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and compassion in his role at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation.

Caroline Mumford

MHA, LNHA

Administrator

Caroline is a dedicated and accomplished professional serving as the Administrator at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehab. With a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Studies from East Carolina University and a Master’s in Public Health specializing in Health Care Administration and Long-term Care from Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Caroline brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role. Caroline’s commitment to excellence is reflected in her credentials as a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the state of North Carolina from 2021. Her journey with Principle LTC (Greendale’s management company) began in 2020, where she completed the Administrator-in-Training program, showcasing her dedication to professional growth and development. Joining Greendale Forest in September of 2021, Caroline brings her passion for making a positive impact on the lives of residents, employees, and the community. She is deeply committed to leading a strong, diverse team that is wholeheartedly committed to providing the highest quality care for each resident. Caroline’s leadership embodies a dedication to enhancing the well-being and overall quality of life for all who call Greendale Forest home.

“Making a positive impact on the lives of our residents, our dedicated team, and the community is what drives me each day— I strive to foster a strong, united team that is fully committed to delivering the utmost care and support for our cherished residents at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehab.”

Myrtle Johnson

RN

Director of Nursing

With over 17 years of nursing experience, Myrtle Johnson stands as a guiding light within the healthcare community. Myrtle’s journey at Greendale Forest began in August 2007, when she joined as a Floor Nurse. Her dedication and exceptional skills quickly propelled her into the role of Staff Development Coordinator in 2008, where she honed her ability to nurture growth and excellence within her team. In 2016, Myrtle’s leadership qualities led to her appointment as the Director of Nursing (DON) at Greendale Forest. For the past 7 years, she has steered the facility with a blend of expertise, empathy, and vision, establishing an environment where both residents and staff thrive. Myrtle’s unique approach lies in her belief in the power of personal connections. She consistently dedicates time to interact with residents and their families, ensuring their needs are not just met, but exceeded.

Myrtle’s dedication has been recognized through the prestigious Principle LTC Healthcare Hero Award—embodying hope, courage, excellence, and strength.

“I am driven by a deep commitment to make a positive difference in the lives of others. I believe in forging strong connections with our patients, and I make it a daily priority to dedicate time to our residents and their families. Together, we create a bond that not only heals but uplifts, ensuring that every day is a day filled with hope, care, and compassion.”

Griffin Brisbois-Burns

Admission Director

As the Admissions Director, Griffin Brisbois-Burns brings over four years of experience as a dedicated Life Enrichment Director across multiple skilled nursing facilities, complemented by proficiency as an Admissions backup. Currently serving at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation, Griffin is committed to facilitating seamless transitions for new residents while providing invaluable support to their families.
With a genuine passion for enhancing the lives of residents and their loved ones, Griffin finds fulfillment in bringing hope and possibility to those under his care. His dedication to making a positive impact on the daily lives of residents reflects his commitment to the principles of compassionate care. Driven by a desire to make a tangible difference, Griffin continuously strives to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and compassion in his role at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation.

“Focused on our new residents and their families, I am committed to ensuring seamless transitions and providing invaluable support as the Admissions Director at Greendale Forest Nursing & Rehabilitation.”

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