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Mayfair Manor has received accreditation for 2014 as a skilled nursing facility actively performing Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement activities.

The accreditation, presented by independent accreditor Providigm, LLC, demonstrates that the facility is continually assessing patients’ quality of life with regard to concerns such as pain, dignity, respect for president choice, and quality of care problems such as whether there are enough staff to meet patient needs, weight loss, infections, rehabilitation following acute injury or illness, and prevention of readmissions to hospital.

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The Mayfair Mustangs regained their 2011 first place standing in the Signature Senior Olympics this year!  Team members include Ruby Banks (silver medal in the ADL event, Debbie Harris (silver medal in Bean Bag Toss), Joe Nichols (bronze medal in Basketball), Dot Penley (Corn Hole), and Esther Potts (Golf).  Staff who assisted the first place winners include QOL Director Suzy Rupp, Activities Assistant Allison Mullins, Nurse Mary Jo Ray, CNA Tracy Callahan, Maintenance Director Roy Miller, Chaplain Jesse Baldridge, and Volunteer Janet Rodgers.



Mayfair residents enjoyed beautiful flowers donated by Trader Joe’s in Lexington.  Not only did residents receive bouquets, but the dining room tables are awash in color! A special thanks to Hannah Wright of Trader Joe’s, who made this wonderful experience happen.  Residents pictured are Eva Sergent, Dot Penley, and Debbie Harris.



More than 100 Signature HealthCARE (SHC) facilities were recognized this year for Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) efforts by Providigm, which develops quality management systems for long-term care providers.

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Signature HealthCARE is proud to once again be named to Modern Healthcare​’s list of “Best Places to Work in Healthcare!” Only 100 nominees make the list each year and this is the fourth time Signature HealthCARE has been named to the list! The ranked order of nominees will be revealed in October.

To see the full list, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1PqBuQk

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The historic Kentucky Theater located in Lexington, KY was first opened in 1922. To this day, it’s one of the few remaining movie palaces within the United States.

In keeping with the theater’s age and old-fashioned sensibilities, each summer the Kentucky Theater hosts a Summer Classics Series that shows a different classic film each Wednesday throughout the summer.

Residents and staff from Mayfair Manor and Signature HealthCARE of Georgetown enjoyed a leisurely day at the Kentucky Theater where we listened to organ music played by Dr. John Landon before our movie began.

Dr. Landon is a retired UK professor of social work, a retired church organist, Hall of Fame recipient and volunteer extraordinaire at Mayfair Manor. So the residents from Mayfair Manor were able to get a double dose of his beautiful music.

The classic movie that was showed yesterday was Charade, featuring Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Walter Matthau. It was an entertaining, suspenseful movie with a touch of romance. The funny part was listening to our ladies swoon over Cary Grant. It was a fun little stroll down memory lane.

Thanks to all that participated in this Staycation Fun!

atd Excellence in Practice Award - Signature HealthCARE

Signature HealthCARE received the citation in the ‘Facilitating Organizational Change’ category for its Executive CNA Program. The award recognizes organizations for results achieved through the use of practices and solutions from the entire scope of talent development.

For more information about the story, visit the SHC Newsroom.

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I’ll begin our continuing coverage of our Staycations by using the words of a wise man, ”A hot dog at the ballgame beats roast beef at the Ritz.” – Humphrey Bogart.

Residents and staff from Bluegrass Care and Rehabilitation, Signature HealthCARE of Georgetown, and Mayfair Manor probably agree as well! We all shared a fun day at the ballpark watching the minor league team, the Lexington Legends, play against the Lakewood Blueclaws.

The team even pulled out a win in the very last inning! What a nail biter! The crew enjoyed eating hot dogs and other junk food while enjoying the beautiful weather. The mascot “Big L” even paid us a special visit to our suites! He posed with the staff and residents, and left lasting impressions on us all.

Apparently our crowd was a talkative bunch because we missed our “Signature Healthcare Shout Out,” but we made up for it when one of our stakeholders won pizza for being the best dancers in the crowd.

There’s nothing like socializing in the sunshine, eating hot dogs, and watching America’s Favorite Past Time! Thanks to all who participated!

- Ashley Graham, Regional Quality Life Director

Residents enjoyed an afternoon at Volunteer Russell Huffman’s home. Russell is a familiar face at Mayfair, where he leads the monthly Hymn Sing-a-long. This annual outing is a favorite for many residents. Russell entertained us with music, Beulah’s Sunshine cake and his beautiful backyard. Chaplain Jesse Baldridge enjoyed the cake and sun a little too much that he dozed off for several minutes!

Residents pictured include: Alvina Fetick, Eva Sergent, Mollie Haes, Luann Rodriguez, Debbie Harris, Dot Penley, David Paul, Richard Gift, Linda Hazle, Genevieve Daniels, Martha Brandenburgh, and Esther Potts. Staff include Chaplain Jesse Baldridge, Activities Director Suzy Rupp, Activities Assistants Megan Steffes and Marissa Barry, and Volunteer Janet Rodgers. Also pictured are Russell and his friend Patsy.

Students from the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) wowed residents at Mayfair with their musical talents. The range of musical entertainment varied from solos and duets, to pianists and ukuleleists. Even cups were used to create a unique sound that mesmerized the residents. A special thanks to the students and their teacher, Robin Barker.


Residents at Mayfair Manor had their day brightened by smiling faces and beautiful bouquets thanks to the Garden Club of Lexington. Representing the Garden Club of Lexington were Melodye Kinkead, Mimi Milward and President Kim DeCamp. Thanks again to the Garden Club of Lexington!