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Read the latest information from A.G. Rhodes!
 October 2021

A.G. Rhodes Ranked Best Nursing Home by Newsweek

A.G. Rhodes Wesley Woods has been recognized as the number one nursing home in Georgia on Newsweek’s Best Nursing Homes 2022 list. Though A.G. Rhodes Atlanta and A.G. Rhodes Cobb were not eligible for the ranking because of the 150 minimum bed count criteria, recognition of our Wesly Woods home is a testament to the entire organization's commitment to the elders we serve, and the selfless women and men who care for them. Read more about this prestigious award.
“Joyful Hearts” Public Photo Exhibit in Centennial Park Honors A.G. Rhodes Care Partners

A public photo exhibit in Centennial Park will celebrate the compassion, dedication, and warmth of professional caregivers at three Atlanta area communities for older adults, including at A.G. Rhodes. These brave and selfless caregivers will be recognized at a “Joyful Hearts” photo exhibit that will be unveiled this Sunday, October 24 at 12 p.m. in Olympic Centennial Park, West Lawn as part of the LeadingAge Annual Meeting + Expo. Members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend the unveiling or visit the exhibit, which runs through Wednesday, October 27. Read more and we hope you will be able to visit!
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Each year, people across the United States observe Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. At A.G. Rhodes, we celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of our diverse residents, families, and staff, including Elena Castellano, an A.G. Rhodes resident who was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Ms. Castellano’s daughter, Sheilah Gates, shared more about her mom and family. Read more.
We also share Bibiana Monroy's story, which begins in 2017 when she fulfilled a lifelong dream of moving to the United States from her native country of Colombia (by way of Ecuador where she had lived since 2006). Read more about Bibiana and her family. 
Employee Spotlight: Antanasia Bonner-Franklin, RN
Nursing isn’t an easy profession—especially over the last year and a half— but it’s an incredibly rewarding one. That’s the sentiment expressed by Antanasia Bonner-Franklin, a Registered Nurse at A.G. Rhodes Wesley Woods. 

"I want to be that nurse that families can trust and who helps them feel comfortable," says Antanasia. Read more about Antanasia.
Breast Cancer Walk
A.G. Rhodes was a proud sponsor of the Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk earlier this month. We were honored to be part of the event and remember those "forever in our hearts". 

Reminder: Nominate A.G. Rhodes for Best Nursing Home!

A.G. Rhodes' Cobb location was voted "Best Nursing Home" in Cobb County in 2018 and 2019, and we were second place in 2020. Nominate A.G. Rhodes to be in the running again in Cobb Life Magazine's annual "Best of" business competition. It's easy and only takes seconds! Click here for the "Health, Beauty & Wellness" group, then select the "Nursing Home" category and type in A.G. Rhodes Cobb. You can nominate once a day until October 29. Thanks for helping us get to the top again!

Welcome to the Team!

We’re thrilled to welcome new care partners to the A.G. Rhodes family. See our staff updates
Are you or someone you know interested in working at A.G. Rhodes? Check out our latest job openings and apply online today!
In Memory Of...
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of elders who have recently passed away.

We remember Ms. Clarice Hart, resident at A.G. Rhodes Atlanta, who passed away in August. Her daughter, Shulanda Hart, said her mother was a lover of music. Her favorite artists included Aretha Franklin and Al Green. She also loved to talk and have interesting conversations. She also loved all types of food, but especially seafood. 

She went on to say, "I would like to thank the staff at A.G. Rhodes Atlanta for the great care they provided to my mother."

We also remember Robert "Bob" Mozley, resident at A.G. Rhodes Wesley Woods, who passed away October 6. 

If you have a loved one who was an A.G. Rhodes elder who recently passed away, email us at to include his or her name and link to the obituary in the next issue.
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