Greensboro Nursing Home is a non-profit organization with a diverse Board of Trustees culled from the local community.
Our board is very active and works closely with the community and the Administration.
Each board member brings a wide expanse of experience and knowledge to the table, with the goal of creating a home that we all would love to live in.
President: Bill Rogers
Vice President: Rosann Hickey
Secretary/ Treasurer: Virginia Jenkins
Administrator : Michelle Pippa
William Rogers is a retired U.S. Navy doctor. After 31 years in the Navy doing research on tropical infectious diseases in South America, Africa, and Asia, he retired to Greensboro in 2012. He and his wife, Miriam Rogers, have grown two children, Antonio Jose Rogers, who also lives in Greensboro, and Maria Jacqueline Evans, who lives with her husband, Eugene Evans, in New Jersey. He enjoys playing the piano, singing, and hiking. He was motivated to serve on the Board of Trustees by the excellent care that his mother has received at GNH.
Bobbie Nisbet is a native Vermonter and a long time resident of Greensboro. She has served on many volunteer boards and is a retired School Nurse having served elementary students in the area schools. She enjoys sewing, gardening, cross country skiing and motorcycling with her husband, Tim.
Gina (Virginia) Jenkins has a doctorate in American Studies and is a retired author, teacher, and museum consultant. Her mother and aunt were residents of the Nursing Home. She and her husband live in Hyde Park, Vermont.
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Ed Sunday-Winters is the pastor at Greensboro United Church of Christ. He and his wife, Patti, moved to Greensboro in November of 2018. They have been married since 1987 and have 2 adult sons, Josh and Will. Ed has served churches and faith-based organizations in Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Alabama.
Paula Harmon moved to Stannard, VT four years ago from FL, where she lived for forty years.
She worked as a Licensed Nurses Assistant for a few years, and settled in the Dental field as an
assistant/ infection control for 34 year.
Along with being on the board of the Greensboro Nursing Home, she is also a driver for Meals on wheels, a Deacon
at the Greensboro United Church of Christ, and a member of the Greensboro Historical Society.
She enjoys walking with the Greensboro Ladies Walking Society, and being with her 2 dogs and 2 cats.
Michelle began working in the nursing field since 1999 in Oregon. Michelle started originally as a CNA for about 9 years, she than worked her way up to management level. She has worked in multiple Management positions, which then led her to go back to school at Southern Oregon University in Ashland Oregon. She graduated in 2014 where she received her Bachelor’s in Business Administration/ Management with a Minor in Human Resources. She devotes her life to make a change in Nursing Homes within residents and the staff. She is happy that she has moved across country to give that to Vermont!
If you ask us what stands out about our nursing home from the others,
Our home is just that... home
Your family is our family
We strive to create a living environment that welcomes you
Medical Director: Sarah Morgan, MD
Dr. Sarah Morgan received her medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine in 2001 and served her Residency in Portland, ME at Maine Medical Center. Dr. Morgan is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Her clinical focus is in pediatrics and women’s health. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Vermont, and oversees the teaching of medical students at Hardwick Area Health Center.
Dr. Alison Landrey was born in New York City and raised in Chappaqua, NY. She completed her medical degree at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY, and her Internal Medicine residency training at the University of Colorado in Denver. She spent 6 years as a primary care physician and assistant professor of medicine at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington prior to joining the Hardwick Area Health Center. She lives in Morrisville with her husband and daughter and enjoys reading, hiking, cross country skiing, gardening, cooking, dance and yoga. She specializes in the care of older adults with chronic diseases and her professional interests include teaching, shared decision making, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and prostate cancer screening.
Dr. Chloe Tartaglia moved to Vermont following completion of Family Medicine Residency at the University of Hawai’i in 2015, with her husband and daughter. Her medical practice specializes in Primary Care and End-of-Life Care for the frail elderly living in Nursing Home settings. She also works as an Associate Medical Director for Bayada Hospice in Northern and Central Vermont.
Thank you for considering Greensboro Nursing Home. Since our beginning in 1935 as the Greensboro Hospital we have been serving our community, helping our neighbors, and providing quality health care. Our staff are highly qualified and we care about our residents, whether they are here for long term care, or a short stay for rehab care. As we go into the future, our look may evolve, but our commitment to the Northeast Kingdom remains unchanged. Greensboro Nursing Home is proud to be YOUR neighbor. Please follow us on our Facebook page for the latest news and events.
Thank you for considering Greensboro Nursing Home.
Greensboro Nursing Home is a not for profit, skilled nursing and rehabilitation center located in the picturesque town of Greensboro, Vermont.
Serving the community’s health care needs for over 80 years. Our facility is located in the northeast kingdom of Vermont, near beautiful Caspian Lake and Willey’s Country Store; a short drive from Morrisville and St. Johnsbury, Vermont, and close to the Canadian border.
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