Whether it’s an engaging conversation or having a good laugh, our caregivers bring their unique personalities to the Three Rivers community, offering residents an all-around charming experience. Because our caregivers take the time to learn meaningful details about each resident, trusted relationships are formed, creating a foundation for a better understanding of residents’ daily and long-term wants and needs. This philosophy of personalized care makes it easier, and more enjoyable, for our residents to reach the goals they set for themselves.
With a strong background in healthcare and over three decades of experience in long-term care, David Brazile continues to make a positive impact in the lives of our residents. Propelled by personal experience with family members living in long-term care, an empathetic nature, and a passion for making people happy, David has made helping seniors in need his life calling. Part of his daily mission is to ensure residents at Three Rivers live life to its fullest, while empowering staff to do the right thing.
In addition to being a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Arkansas, David is a licensed practical nurse, a certified dementia practitioner, and one of AHCA’s previous top-three nominees for Administrator of the Year in the state of Arkansas. Also active in the local community, David is a member of Harrisburg First Assembly of God and the Marked Tree Chamber of Commerce.
As the Director of Nursing, Diane Green, RN, truly understands what it means to provide quality care for our senior residents while also respecting their independence and dignity. Diane is used to hearing the phrases, “I don’t worry about Mom when you are here” and “We are so glad to see you!” Her wealth of experience in nursing, coupled with her passion for providing quality of life and respect to residents, is invaluable.
Diane brings a 25-year career in long-term care, with her compassionate and energetic demeanor, to Three Rivers and is a fantastic asset to our caring team. She also has extensive experience working in home health and with the Arkansas Department of Health. In addition to being a registered nurse, Diane is a member of the Nursing Home Nurse’s Association.