Whether it’s a shoulder to cry on or endless jokes, our caregivers each bring their unique personality to the community, offering residents a well-rounded human experience. They’re dedicated to learning about each resident and building a trusted relationship to better understand their daily and long-term wants and needs. This practice of personalized care makes it easier to reach the goals our residents set for themselves.
Two-time winner as Administrator of the Year, Jim Towers spends his time at Pleasant Valley creating an atmosphere of “I can” rather than “I can’t”. He’s passionate about meeting the needs of residents and their families, and keeping everyone smiling. Jim has found his true calling and believes when the community is successful, he’s successful.
After nearly 20 years in long-term care, Jim has earned a litany of awards, including the American Healthcare Bronze level Award and the Governor Quality Award. As past president of the Lincoln County Planning Community Board, Jim led the initiative for building a community health center in Star City, AR.
As the Director of Nursing, Peggy Johnson, RN, truly understands what it means to provide quality care for our senior residents while also respecting their independence. Peggy is used to hearing the phrase, “I don’t worry about Mom when you are here.” Her wealth of experience in nursing coupled with her own personal experience of family members in long-term care is invaluable.
Peggy brings a 17-year career in long-term care to Pleasant Valley and is a fantastic asset to our caring team. She also has extensive experience working as a treatment nurse and in hospice care as a case manager.
With a passion for making a difference in our residents’ lives, Roberta Henry is a valuable asset to the Pleasant Valley community. When she’s not streamlining processes, Roberta makes it her mission to improve the lives and health of those she cares for with kindness and patience.
After working in healthcare for 25 years, Roberta recently found her calling in long-term care. With a background ranging from emergency medicine to youth ministry, she brings a unique combination of education and experience to our community. Roberta has a history of volunteering for special needs programs and is a member of Little Rock’s Chamber of Commerce.