The Virginia Department of Veterans Services Announces New Director for the Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Care Center
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services is pleased to announce that Robyn Jennings has been promoted to Administrator of the Sitter and Barfoot Veterans Care Center. Robyn brings twenty years of diversified skilled nursing and long- term care experience and most recently served as the Director of Nursing and Interim Director at Sitter & Barfoot. She received her Registered Nurse degree from John Tyler Community College and holds a Nursing Home Administrator license. Jennings offered “I am excited about the opportunity to serve as Administrator for the Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Care Center. It is an honor and privilege to be able to care for the veterans of Virginia, and I look forward to playing a key leadership role in providing excellent care at our facility.”
About the Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Care Center:
The Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Care Center (SBVCC) is located on the campus of the McGuire VA Medical Center in Richmond, Virginia and is operated by the Virginia Department of Veterans Services. This single-level facility features 200 single-occupancy rooms in four nursing units: two 60-bed skilled nursing care units, one 40-bed skilled nursing care unit and one 40-bed secure Alzheimer’s dementia unit with enclosed courtyards.
About the Virginia Department of Veterans Services
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services (VDVS) operates 26 benefit services offices that assist veterans and their family members in filing claims for federal veterans benefits; two long-term care facilities offering nursing, assisted living, and domiciliary care for veterans, and three veterans cemeteries that provide an honored final resting place for veterans and their families. VDVS provides veterans and family members with direct linkages to needed services including behavioral healthcare, housing, employment, education, and other programs. The Department operates the Virginia War Memorial, the Commonwealth of Virginia’s monument to honor the memory of Virginia’s men and women who demonstrated a willingness to serve and fight to defend our way of life from World War II to the present.
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