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Success Story: Patricia Morgan

October 3, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is excited to share resident Patricia Morgan’s Success Story!

Mrs. Morgan was admitted to Nicholasville Nursing and Rehab on September 13th for therapy to address her new onset of deficits following a brief hospital stay. She was initially unable to stand by herself or complete simple activity of daily living tasks. Mrs. Morgan worked daily with Occupational and Physical Therapy to address her balance, endurance, strength and overall safety awareness with her goal in mind of returning home alone, as she desired. She was able to achieve her goal through her hard work and dedication and after 2 weeks of therapy, she was discharged home! Great job, Mrs. Morgan, keep up the good work!

Success Story: Robert Bryant

September 15, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is excited to shine the spotlight on resident Robert Bryant’s Success Story!

Mr. Bryant was admitted to Nicholasville Nursing and Rehab in August following a brief hospital stay for a UTI. Upon his arrival, he was asking for a walker to walk around his room and was eager to begin therapy to address his deficits in balance, safety, endurance and B UE and LE strength. He worked hard everyday and was walking around the community within days with his rolling walker with limited assist!  He was always willing to come to therapy and motivated to participate in all therapy tasks. He is an example of a hard worker, and is returning home to live with his sister in the community, as was his wish upon admission. Good luck, Bob, we know you are going to do great!

Success Story: Eugenia Morgan

August 3, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is excited to share resident Eugenia Morgan’s Success Story!

Mrs. Morgan was admitted to our community on August 2nd of last year for overall general weakness. In order to return home, she had to improve her functional independence. Mrs. Morgan participated in physical, occupational, and speech therapy in order to target ambulation, balance, activities of daily living, and cognitive function. Mrs. Morgan had excelled in all aspects and had demonstrated functional abilities to discharge back into her home with her family! It has been nothing short of a pleasure to work with Mrs. Morgan. Congratulations to her and her Care team on their success!

Success Story: Linda Burchell

July 13, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is excited to shine the spotlight on resident Linda Burchell’s Success Story!

Linda was admitted to Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation on June 9, 2022 after being hospitalized a second time with COVID-19. She was initially very weak and unable to get out of bed, or ambulate on her own. She required extensive assist to perform basic activities of daily living. She was highly motivated to return to her home alone and worked hard every day in therapy with Occupational and Physical Therapy to address her deficits in balance, safety, activity tolerance and overall strength. Within three weeks, she was able to make significant progress and complete all daily living tasks and was able to ambulate up to 100 feet with a rolling walker! She was eager to return home and we are so proud of all of her hard work. Way to go, Linda!

Success Story: Henry Marcum

July 6, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is so excited to share resident Henry Marcum’s Success Story!

Mr. Marcum came to Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation after sustaining a broken knee and required occupational and physical therapy to rehabilitate. He was unable to get out of bed by himself due to weakness. He was also restricted to avoiding weight bearing on his effected leg, so this really limited what he could do. He progressed from non-weight bearing to partial weight bearing, and then finally weight bearing as tolerated! He is now using a walker for standing and walking in the therapy gym. This has been a long road for Mr. Marcum, but he has worked VERY hard and is now getting ready to discharge to his apartment. Way to go, Henry! Congratulations to you and your Care Team on your success!

From the Desk of the CEO: Celebrating National Nursing Assistants Week

June 21, 2022

“I entered skilled nursing as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). During this role, I developed love and compassion for the elderly. It gave me an opportunity to learn who each of these people were, hear their stories, and listen to the words of wisdom they often imparted to me. They encouraged me to continue to grow and make a difference in long-term care. As I continued in my healthcare journey, there were various leaders who believed in me and continued to provide opportunities and experiences. I continued to grow from one role to the next all while expanding my education of the field. I am thankful for each role that I’ve held through the years. Each member of the nursing team is important and needed, but the role of a CNA is invaluable. They are the backbone of the long-term care industry. They are often the unsung heroes that become more like family to a Resident than a caregiver. We honor and give gratitude to those CNA’s that answer the call every single day and make unmeasurable impact.”

CEO, Bernie McGuinness

Success Story: Carl Dickerson

June 10, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is excited to share resident Carl Dickerson’s Success Story! 

Carl is a Marine Corps Veteran who was admitted to our community on May 17th following a lengthy hospital stay for abdominal surgery. He was unable to ambulate or complete activities of daily living tasks without extensive assist. He was eager to regain his independence and worked daily with Physical and Occupational Therapy to address his deficits in balance, safety awareness, endurance, and overall strength. He was so eager to regain his independence, he was noted to be completing exercises on his own in the evenings per our Care Team. He is now able to ambulate over 100 feet with his rolling walker and is completing all activity of daily living tasks without assistance. Carl is nothing short of a miracle and 3 weeks later is discharging to his own apartment in Lexington, KY. We are so proud of his hard work and wish him continued good health and independence in his new apartment. Congratulations to Carl and his Care Team on their success! 

Success Story: Kathy Durham

May 25, 2022

Nicholasville Nursing and Rehabilitation is proud to share resident Kathy Durham’s Success Story!

Kathy has been a resident of this center since February of 2019 and was previously using a manual w/c for all mobility.  She was unable to propel the w/c due to L UE hemiplegia from a previous CVA, requiring assistance from our Care Team to move about the building.  A power w/c was donated to the community, and Kathy was the prime candidate to receive the power w/c, as it would increase her overall I, and reduce her need to rely on our Care Team to move as she desired. She was educated on how to use the power w/c and is now able to independently mobilize throughout the community, increasing her overall quality of life. Congratulations to Kathy and her Care Team on their success! Keep up the great work!

National Nurses Week: The History of Florence Nightingale

May 12, 2022

During National Nurses Week, take time to celebrate the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale! Her endeavors to improve the aspect of healthcare has greatly shaped the quality of care by nurses in the 19th and 20th centuries. 

Currently, there are nurses all around the world putting their lives on the line to help stop the spread of COVID-19. It’s clear that Florence Nightingale’s impact on healthcare also helped pave the way for modern-day nurses and healthcare professionals to follow suit.

“With nurses around the world on the front lines of a global pandemic, it’s a poignant time to reflect on how Nightingale’s legacy laid the groundwork for their heroic work in hospitals today.” Says Greta Westwood, CEO of the Florence Nightingale Foundation. “She never took no for an answer – anything was possible.”

Also known as “The Lady with the Lamp”, Florence Nightingale started her nursing career in London, and later became appointed as the head nurse of the 1854 Crimean War. Nightingale’s passion and determination set her apart from others and got her the famous nickname “Lady with the Lamp” for checking on her patients via lamplight during the war. Not only did she care for her patients’ health, but she also often wrote letters to soldiers’ loved ones on their behalf.

The “Angel of the Crimea” made it her goal to lower death rates by improving hygiene practices in hospitals. She created numerous patient services that improved each patient’s quality of care while admitted in the hospital. She oversaw “invalid’s kitchen” where she set out food plans for patients that had dietary requirements. She also secured a laundry area so patients could have clean bed sheets and towels.

After the Crimean War, Nightingale wrote a book called Matters Affecting the Health, Efficiency and Hospital Administration of the British Army to share her observations and experiences while tending wounded soldiers. In 1857, the War Office’s administrative department was completely reconstruction due to Nightingale’s book and her experiences during the Crimean War, reforming several military hospitals that were under very poor conditions. ( Editors 2009)

In August of 1910, Nightingale became ill and was battling with heart failure. She died a week later at her home in London, bringing her life to an end at 90 years old. ( Editors 2009) Two years after her death, the Florence Nightingale Medal was created by the International Committee of the Red Cross, dedicated to be given to exceptional nurses every 2 years. In 1965, International Nurses Day was also created, residing on Nightingale’s birthday to continue celebrating her accomplishments. (Alexander 2018)

Despite her unexpected death, her legacy continues to live on at the Florence Nightingale Museum, which is located at the exact same spot of the original Nightingale Training School for Nurses. The museum holds over 2,000 artifacts to memorialize the mother of modern nursing. ( Editors 2009)

Florence Nightingale’s legacy is important to note during significant time for nurses courageously fighting on the frontlines during the pandemic. Notes Westwood, “Florence would be so proud of what nurses have managed to achieve during the pandemic.” (Haynes 2020)


National Nurses Week 2022: Month Long Discounts and Freebies

May 10, 2022

We are preparing for an amazing celebration of National Nurses Week this year! Many companies are showing their gratitude for nurses and healthcare workers by offering awesome deals and freebies during Nurses Week and throughout the year. Whether you are a healthcare worker looking for a good deal or you’re shopping for a healthcare hero in your life, check out these great deals valid for the entire month of May for Nurses Week 2022!

Food & Drinks

  • Mrs. Fields – Take a look online at this sweet selection of cookies in the Heroes Collection of cookie tins, which honors healthcare workers.
  • Outback Steakhouse – Grab a hot meal and a big thank you! Show your industry identification to get 10% off your bill. The discount is not available via ordering online.
  • Texas de Brazil – Enjoy a night or lunch out with a delicious selection of steaks (salads too!) and save 15% with a valid badge or ID.


  • Amazon – Curl up with a selection of four free medical drama books, specially curated to celebrate nurses.
  • Adidas – Receive 30% off in-store and on the Adidas website, and 20% off at factory outlet stores, when you verify your status as a nurse with
  • All Seasons Uniforms – Spruce up your closet with 20% off all medical apparel, such as scrubs, lab coats, and cleanroom clothing. Use discount code NURSE20.
  • ASICS – Medical professionals and first responders, including nurses, physicians, police officers, and firefighters, can enjoy 40% off ASICS products. When you verify your healthcare worker status using SheerID, you will receive a on-time-use promo code.
  • Brooklyn Bedding – Don’t snooze on this offer. Get 25% off and free shipping on your entire order of mattresses, pillows, sheets, and/or foundations. Verify your eligibility via during checkout.
  • Lenovo – Need to upgrade your technology? Take an extra 5% off products sitewide, excluding doorbuster deals and select clearance products. Verify your healthcare worker status with during checkout.
  • L.L. Bean – Enjoy 15% off one purchase after verifying your employment status through SheerID. This discount is valid on merchandise purchases are, retail stores, or by phone.
  • Lululemon – Receive 15% off in-store or online purchases.
  • Nike – All medical professionals and first responders in the US are eligible for a 10% discount. Verify your profession as a nurse with SheerID to get a one-time-use promo code.
  • Purple – Take 10% off any order purchased at or Purple retail showrooms, after verifying employment status through SheerID. Click on the “Verify Eligibility” button to start the process. Once approved, you will receive a single-use promotional code to use at checkout.
  • Ring – Stay safe with a 20% discount savings on select Ring Doorbell products.
  • Rothy’s – Enjoy some cool comfort with 20% off a pair of washable shoes. Verify your nurse status and claim the savings at online checkout.
  • Under Armour – Take advantage of 20% off at and in UA Brand House stores. Choose the Military and First Responder Discount at checkout, and then verify your status as a nurse with
  • Verizon – You and your loved ones can get a Start Unlimited plan (with unlimited talk, text, and data) from $30 per line with four lines. That’s an offer the whole family can enjoy!
  • Vineyard Vines – Save 15% on all apparel with a verified medical ID.


  • Budget – Available through the shop, Budget is offering a discount of up to 25% for nurses. Create an account or sign in to enjoy this offer.
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car – Similar to the Budget discount, nurses, military members, and teachers can take up to 25% off their rental car costs with Enterprise. An account is required to access this discount.
  • National – Rounding out the trio of rental car companies’ offers for nurses through, National “lets you choose any car in the aisle and go” with up to 25% off.

In addition to this month’s discounts and freebies, Majestic Care is proud to partner with Panda Perks to give our Care Team members 24/7 access to discounts and perks on the brands you love! Give us a call to learn more.