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Wednesday, June 5th, 2019.
By Ann Lovell
RICHMOND, Virginia—LifeSpire of Virginia recently named Tiffany Flora as the organization’s Corporate Controller. In this role, Flora leads LifeSpire’s accounting team and is responsible for all aspects of accounting information, production, compliance and management pertaining to LifeSpire and its affiliates. In addition, she monitors and manages the company’s cash position and its nonprofit Foundation’s business affairs and serves as a valued accounting and financial consultant to LifeSpire’s senior leadership and communities.
“We are pleased to welcome Tiffany to this position. We appreciate the depth of healthcare and nonprofit management experience she brings to the organization,” said Chris Markwith, LifeSpire’s recently appointed Chief Financial Officer. Markwith succeeds Joe Kelley, who is retiring.
Flora has more than 20 years’ experience in progressive leadership roles in accounting and finance with a concentration in healthcare and nonprofit organizations, including Aetna Medicaid, Kissito Healthcare and Interim Healthcare. Flora also previously worked as controller for The Forest at Duke, a continuing care retirement community in Durham, North Carolina.
Flora holds a bachelor’s of business administration from James Madison University. She lives in the Richmond area.
Ann Lovell is Corporate Director of Communications for LifeSpire of Virginia. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (804) 521-9192.
LifeSpire of Virginia operates four continuing care retirement communities in Virginia: The Chesapeake in Newport News, The Culpeper in Culpeper, The Glebe in Daleville and Lakewood in Richmond along with Lakewood at Home, a continuing care without walls membership program in the greater Richmond area.
This entry was posted on
Tuesday, October 18th, 2016.
By Ann Lovell
RICHMOND, Virginia—LifeSpire leadership recognized each of its four continuing care retirement communities for operational and customer service excellence at an awards ceremony Sept. 27. LifeSpire owns and operates four retirement communities serving approximately 1,200 residents throughout Virginia: The Culpeper in Culpeper, The Glebe in Daleville, The Chesapeake in Newport News, and Lakewood in Richmond.
The awards included:
Perfect survey:Presented to the communities that achieved a perfect survey or no deficiencies on annual state health inspections for skilled nursing.
Perfect survey 2015: The Glebe
Perfect survey 2015: Lakewood
Perfect survey 2016: The Chesapeake
Spirit of Giving 2016for highest percentage of employees participating in the employee crisis fund: The Culpeper
First Impression 2016for best appearance of the community: The Culpeper
Overall resident satisfaction 2015for highest resident satisfaction on the 2015 Independent Living resident satisfaction survey: The Glebe
Overall resident satisfaction participation 2015for the highest percentage participation in the 2015 resident satisfaction process: The Glebe
Overall employee satisfaction participation 2016for the highest percentage of employee participation in the 2016 employee satisfaction survey: The Glebe
Overall employee satisfaction 2016for the highest cumulative score on the 2016 employee satisfaction survey: Lakewood
Safety First Awardfor the least amount of dollars spent per claim year: The Glebe
Fiscal Management 2015for the community that performed best compared to budget in relation to campus financial results: Lakewood
Fiscal Management 2016for the community that performed best compared to budget in relation to campus financial results: The Culpeper
Graves-Morris Awardfor largest net gain in independent living occupancy: The Culpeper
The Appalachian Trail Awardfor most independent living move-ins: Lakewood
Mount Everest Awardfor highest sustained occupancy: Lakewood
Peak Performance Awardfor highest closing ratio:
Rose Wallace of The Culpeper
Dreama Slone of the The Glebe
Liz Gee of The Chesapeake
The Innovator’s Awardfor marketing innovation: The Chesapeake
Each LifeSpire community provides a full continuum of care to address the changing health needs of seniors. Readily accessible assisted living, 24-hour nursing care, physical therapy and memory support services combined with a focus on exceptional dining, wellness and hospitality are hallmarks of each LifeSpire community. For more information, contact one of our marketing professionals at the community nearest you: