Welcome Amy Phelps!

Excitement comes on the wings of many new announcements; it certainly did for us recently.  Although we hated to lose veteran Administrator, Logan Midkiff, it was with a positive attitude that we welcomed Amy Phelps into the position.

Amy is a seasoned trouper in the health care field, and we are so fortunate to have her services.  She believes that “there is no better job than caring for elders and providing for them a better quality of life-especially in my home community.” 

Amy, who is a resident of Morgantown, is a mother of two sons, Aiden and Isaac, and is married to Quentin Phelps.  She graduated from Butler County High School and later from WKU, with a degree in Health Care Administration. 

For the past six years, Amy worked as the administrator at Magnolia Village in Bowling Green, KY , has experience at Hopkins Health Care in Woodburn, was the Activity Director at Edmonson County Health Care, and ran an Adult Day Care for two years. 

She has always had her career centered around the elderly, and is efficient and a well-trained professional.  We would like to welcome Amy to our home and ask that you stop by and make her feel welcome.