The Fountainview Center for Alzheimer’s Disease

The right place…
at the right time…
with the right care

Fountainview is the only skilled-nursing facility in Georgia dedicated exclusively to serving the Alzheimer’s community

Why families choose Fountainview


Welcome to a community overflowing with care


Attending to a loved one living with dementia is unlike any other experience.

It requires a living environment that is comforting, familiar and safe. A caregiver who not only has specialized training but can be a best friend. A skilled nursing staff you know and can reach around the clock. Holistic rehabilitation services customized for each individual. An in-house physician and geriatric psychiatrist who oversee and coordinate all medical care.

In other words, a person-centered care community brimming with staff and services that will help your loved one along the ebb and flow of this journey.

Fountainview is the right place to provide the right care at the right time for your loved one


The Right Place

Living space for each stage of dementia


We accommodate dementia from its ripples to its swirls

The Right Time

Long or short-term, rehab, respite, hospice


We respond to each wave and waterfall, every sprinkle and surge

The Right Care

Programs and services that flow with your loved one


We engage the mind, body and spirit as dementia ebbs and flows

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Our Mission


Fountainview’s highest mission is to be the pre-eminent provider of care for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders.

Meet our staff


Tedd Watts, RN, LNHA-C, CDP

Executive Director


Tedd oversees Fountainvew’s day-to-day operations. He has 20 years of regional and divisional health care management experience, where he oversaw multiple long-term care facilities in multiple states. He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He joined Fountainview in 2015.

Julius Freeman, RN

Director, Clinical Services


Julius oversees patient care at Fountainview. He has more than 25 years of health care experience, including long-term care roles as Director of Nursing and Regional Director of Clinical Services for Georgia, Tennessee and Florida. He joined Fountainview in 2017.

Heather Bogle, BSW

Director, Admissions and Community Relations


Heather has been guiding families through the admissions process at Fountainview for more than 10 years. She serves on the boards of several senior care organizations and champions fundraising for the Alzheimer’s Association and related organizations. She joined Fountainvew as Director of Resident and Family Services in 2008.

Fountainview is recognized by state and federal agencies for providing outstanding care


Zero Deficiencies

2019


Federal Life Safety Code Survey

Zero deficiencies

2018


Healthcare Facility Regulatory Division of the Georgia Department of Community Health

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your loved one?


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The search for the right place to ensure the care of a loved one may be difficult. We can answer all of your questions to help you understand if Fountainview is right for you.