Spotlight on Stacey Brown LPN, Cobblestone Health Center’s Staff Development Coordinator

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CobblestoneLogo2cStacey Brown, LPN, who has worked as a floor nurse at Park Springs’ Cobblestone Health Center since 2010, was recently appointed as the Health Center’s Staff Development Coordinator. In this newly-created position, she ensures that all staff is trained in policy and procedures within their individual scope of practice. Her appointment illustrates the importance the Cobblestone management team places on on-going training for its entire staff.

“At Cobblestone, we use an extensive computer charting system. All patient records are computerized, and it is of vital importance that all staff enters the patients’ records consistently – always in the same format,” explains Nurse Brown. “Also, continuity is very important – all information needs to be included, on an ongoing basis.”

At Cobblestone, the nursing staff operates lots of medical equipment and machinery, and is constantly being trained on new procedures and features in order to offer the best possible service.

Stacey Brown, who was born and raised in Jamaica, spent 15 years in New York before moving to Georgia 15 years ago, where she received her LPN degree in Columbus, GA. For nine years, she was a labor and delivery nurse, and then worked for four more years as a surgical nurse.

“I have traveled the whole spectrum, from babies to seniors,” she explains. Making the move from a hospital setting to a senior facility has been an interesting change, especially since there are fewer critical care issues here at Cobblestone. I enjoy this change of pace.”

What sets her work at Cobblestone Health Center apart, according to Nurse Brown, are:

  • the level of care that is provided,
  • the personal attention to the patients (“I love talking with them and learn what their life was like, and learn from them!”), and
  • Cobblestone’s dynamic staff.

“A lot of our patients become our family. It’s very easy to become attached – and that feeling is mutual between our patients and our staff.”


  1. Diane Steele on July 28, 2013 at 10:49 pm said:

    congratulations to Stacey! She took care of my mother when she had a terminal illness a couple of years ago. Parksprings is lucky to have her. A wonderful nurse –

    Diane Steele, Birmingham AL

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