Director, Suzanne Miller, has been with Meadowbrook Place since 1994 – first as an Assistant Director/Office Manager for 17 years before becoming Director of the community in 2011.
Suzanne takes pride in the services Meadowbrook Place has been able to provide for seniors and people with disabilities throughout the 25 years they have been serving Baker County (the same county in which Suzanne was born and raised.)
With the support of their management company, Concepts in Community Living, Meadowbrook Place and their staff continue to provide the best possible care to those who choose to make Meadowbrook Place their home.
Community Relations Coordinator
Community Relations Coordinator, Julie Daly, started with Meadowbrook Place in 2013. Julie brings with her an incredible history of working with seniors and persons with disabilities.
Julie has worked with many senior care establishments and been a volunteer with the Meals on Wheels program. In addition, Julie has been providing care for her own mother for the last ten years.
These experiences have allowed Julie to broaden her knowledge of senior care and how best to dedicate and cultivate dignity and respect to all who live in a wonderful community like Meadowbrook Place.
Lucy Kelly has been the Registered Nurse (RN) at Meadowbrook Place since 2015. Lucy has been an RN for over 20 years, and enjoys every area of nursing. Lucy graduated from MTSU with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 1998.
Lucy returned to Baker County in 2008 to enjoy the outdoors. She enjoys fishing, cooking, photography, collecting rocks, her dogs, and forging for wild mushrooms!
Concepts in Community Living, Inc. (CCL) is pleased to provide management support to Meadowbrook Place Assisted Living.
CCL is a recognized pioneer in the assisted living field, helping to develop and manage hundreds of assisted living communities, providing consulting services to supportive housing developers, owners, government agencies and social service providers, and being an eminent voice in shaping best practices and policies industry-wide.
CCL envisions supportive communities that elevate the meaning of life, fulfill human needs, and reflect the uniqueness of those served. You are invited to join us in making this vision a reality.
Please share your ideas, suggestions and concerns with us by calling 1-800-574-2254, TTY 1-866-583-6144, or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. What’s important to you, is important to us too! Find us on the web at: www.ccliving.com.