Ripley Crossing has long been aware that to provide the best care, you need the best caregivers. We understand the shortage of nurses and aides in Indiana. We make it easy as possible for staff members to continue their formal education while maintaining their current jobs. We also offer Certified Nursing Aide classes. Call for more information 812-654-2231.Ripley Crossing recognizes that the residents and their families value knowledgeable staff members and excellent quality of care. To accomplish this, management makes every effort to attain consistency in the care-giving staff. Each wing is staffed with 1-2 RN/LPNs, 2 CNAs, 1 Activity Aide, and 1 Housekeeping Aide daily. 1 Manager is assigned to 3 wings to monitor care, provide education, answer questions or concerns immediately, and more. 2 Managers are assigned to wings during state of emergencies.We have built a strong team which instils in all staff members the necessity of meeting the residents’ needs and the loved ones of the residents, whatever those needs may be. Ripley Crossing’s owners and managers understand that excellence in resident care is only achieved with the presence of good staffing levels, and they work hard to achieve this. Ripley Crossing has a full time Scheduling Coordinator to see that all areas are covered on a daily basis.

Trina Johnson: Administrator

Gege Grills: Director of Nursing

Raine Higham: Assistant Director of Nursing/ Clinical Care Coordinator

Sherri Rudolf: Social Service Director

Farrah McCracken: Social Service Assistant

Tiffany Curry: Billing

Toni O’Neal: Human Resources

Patti Weaver: Medical Records

Jennifer Wenger & Lynne Hutter: MDS Coordinator

Amanda Driscoll: Therapy Director

Debbie Rohrig: Dementia Coordinator

Pamela Scarber: Nursing Scheduling Coordinator

Rhonda Maybrier: Dietary Manager

Megan Maynard: Activity Director

Kelly Ankenman Leahy: Marketing Director

Mary Wainscott: Housekeeping/ Laundry Supervisor

Brandon Ohlmansiek: Maintenance Supervisor

Charlie Miller: Transportation

Rev. Harris Long: Facility Chaplin

“As a nurse we have the ability to heal the mind, soul, heart, and body of our patients, their families, and ourselves. They may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou