September 30, 2022
Dear Residents and Family Members:
Our thoughts are with the victims of Hurricane Ian. You trust us to provide quality care for you and your loved one, and each day we do all we can to fulfill that promise. That includes being prepared for all circumstances, including natural disasters or other emergencies. I want to reassure you that the safety of your loved one and all of the residents at Birmingham Green is our top priority.
First, I want you to know that Birmingham Green has a detailed emergency response plan in place. Our plan includes procedures for sheltering in place as well as evacuating all residents safely if that is necessary. We will ensure that food, water, and medical supplies are provided. We also have detailed plans for communicating with residents and family members during an emergency.
Having a plan is important, and only the first step. Our staff has taken the time to practice implementing our emergency procedures. Throughout the year, we conduct regular fire drills as well as tornado and hurricane drills. We have worked closely with our local first responders including the local Prince William County fire and police departments as well as Novec Electric and Columbia Gas to ensure we have their support during any situation that occurs.
Please do not hesitate to contact me or one of our Leaders with any questions or concerns. For campus updates, please visit our website at www.birminghamgreen.org.
Joan Thomas, Chief Operating Officer 703-257-6226
Aaron Rebuck, Nursing Home Administrator 703-257-6209
Robert Wagner, District Home Administrator 703-257-6254
Tracy Maynard, Willow Oaks Administrator 703-257-6253
Denise Chadwick Wright
Chief Executive Officer