Birmingham Green’s Myles Nienstadt and his Mother Profiled in Washington Post

Birmingham Green’s Director of Information Resources Myles Nienstadt and his mother, Dr. Jean Sullivan, were profiled in a touching story in The Washington Post on February 12. The story describes how Mr. Nienstadt is able to spend time with his mother during his work day at Birmingham Green. Dr. Sullivan, who has Alzheimer’s, led a remarkable career as a medical missionary in South Korea and went on to found a medical clinic in rural Kentucky. She is also profiled in the 2016 VHCA-VCAL Faces & Stories Calendar.

Follow the link to read the full story: Care facility executive pops in each day on a special resident: his mom.

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