Our Purpose

Our purpose is to bring the most consistent quality of care to our patients and our customers. We are committed to treating our patients with dignity, respect and understanding.  Our compassion for our patients and their families will be expressed regularly in the way we will deliver care and manage our business. With uncompromising integrity and professionalism, we will be resolute in our efforts to provide the highest standards of excellence to each person that we serve.  


We comply with applicable civil rights laws and do not directly, nor through contractual agreements or other arrangements, discriminate against, exclude, deny benefits, or treat people differently on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, gender, religion, or veteran status in admission, employment, and access to the facility, nor in the provision of services and/or benefits under any of its programs. Language assistance services for individuals of limited English proficiency and auxiliary aides for communication with individuals having physical and/or sensory impairments are provided free of charge to the individuals in need. Reasonable accommodations are made whenever possible.

The facility business office or Administrator/Section 504/Section 1557 Coordinator can facilitate the call to obtain interpretation services for you; calls should be made from the facility phone lines. The necessary customer code needed to complete the call once connected on a facility phone line is 611921 (notices in additional languages are posted in the facility).

(English) ATTENTION: If you speak (non-English language below) language assistance services, free of charge, are available to you. Call 1-801-882-2410

(Spanish) ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 1-801-882-2410

(Vietnamese) CHÚ Ý: Neu ben nói Tieng Viet, có các dich vu ho tro ngôn nge mien phí dành cho ban. Goi so 1-801-882-2410

From the Administrator

On behalf of everyone here at St. Elizabeth’s Place, it is my privilege to welcome you to our family of caring. My name is Alexandria Washburn, and I am the administrator in charge of overseeing your long-term care and rehabilitation needs. Our family of caregivers will endeavor to make your stay comfortable, enjoyable, and safe.

Our goal is to strive to give you the quality care you expect and the peace of mind you deserve. We greatly encourage your family and friends to visit frequently. And we encourage your family to participate in planning your care. We believe it is important for family members to understand and be involved in all aspects of their loved one’s care. Our team of caregivers pledges to provide courteous and professional care above and beyond your expectations. Once again, thank you for choosing St. Elizabeth’s Place.


Alexandria Washburn

Meet Our Staff

Beth Stayton, LPN

Assistant Director of Nursing

Kala Raney

Personnel Director

Misty Bridger

Director of Social Services

Tara Rushing

Activities Director

Jessica Moody

Memory Care Neighborhood Coordinator

Sloan Fulbright, RN

MDS Coordinator

Michelle Hattenhaur, LPN

Staffing Coordinator

Brook Fazzio, RN

Weekend RN Manager

Jessica Foshee, RN

Director of Nursing

Melissa Neel, LPN

MDS Coordinator

Kellie Vance

Environmental Services Supervisor

Nancy Holmes, CDM

Director of Food Services

Julie McMahan

Director of Admissions/Marketing

Eathan Eddinger

Administrator in Training

Jessica Parham

Business Office Manager

Priscilla Stevens, LPN

Treatment Nurse

Shadow Goodman, RN

RN Supervisor

Ashley Naugle

Dietary Kitchen Manager

Mike Pipes

Maintenance Supervisor

Bree’Ann Sowell

Social Services