Meet our staff
Fountainview’s staff is well trained and loyal, with administrators serving more than a decade and nursing retention exceeding state and national benchmarks
William Small, Jr
President and CEO, The Fountainview Companies, Inc.
William (Billy) developed The Fountainview Center in 1996, the first long-term care community in Georgia exclusively for individuals with early, mid and late stage Alzheimer’s disease, after conducting extensive research on appropriate care and facility design for people with dementia-related disorders. He is the recipient of the 2013 Georgia Health Care Association Leadership Excellence in Innovation Award for his leadership in finding new ways to improve the lives of residents in long-term care.
CFO, The Fountain Companies, Inc.
Rowland is responsible for managing the financial affairs of the The Fountainview Center. He has served in a variety of corporate financial leadership positions and on the Board of Directors for Leading the Way, Geronimo Funds, Family Resource Network and the Vivian Bilby Noble Foundation. He joined The Fountain Companies in 2006.
Tedd Watts, RN, LNHA-C, CDP
Tedd oversees Fountainvew’s day-to-day operations. He has 20 years of regional and divisional health care management experience, where he oversaw numerous long-term care facilities in multiple states. He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He joined Fountainview in 2015.
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.
Director, Environmental Services
Charles is responsible for Fountainview’s janitorial services. Prior to joining Fountainview, he held supervisory and management positions with major janitorial companies. He joined Fountainview in 1998.
Director, Plant Operations
Abibat Olokodana, BA, CDM, CFPP
Melissa Perry, LPN
Christine Sibley, CNA, CAD
Lesley Brown, RN
Rickita Wells, HR Specialist
Ramsey Jackson, MD, Geriatrician
Dr. Jackson has been overseeing patient medical care at Fountainview since 2009. A specialist in geriatric medicine with more than two decades of experience, he has been licensed since 1999 by the Georgia Composite State Board of Medical Examiners and certified by the American Board of Family Practice. He solely serves long-term care patients and holds medical directorships at several Atlanta skilled nursing facilities.
Larry Tune, MD, Geriatric Psychiatry
Dr. Tune has been overseeing the geropsychiatric needs of Fountainview patients for more than a decade. He has more than 40 years’ experience specializing in Geriatric Psychiatry and Psychiatry, with clinical interest in dementia, medication management and psychotherapy. He is affiliated with Emory University Hospital and the Emory Brain Health Center, and serves as Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Program Director Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry at Emory University.
Julius Freeman, RN
Kwamah Otoo, RN
Kwamah assists in overseeing patient nursing care at Fountainview. She has more than 15 years of health care experience, including over a decade in long-term care, as well as adult ambulatory medicine, pediatrics and transplant. She joined Fountainview in 2019.
Rachel Hett, PT, DPT
Amy Harrison, RN, CMAC
Amy ensures adherence to MDS, a federally mandated assessment of patients at long-term health care facilities. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience and has worked exclusively in long-term care since 2010. She joined Fountainview in 2017.
Carol Roy, RN
"You are a very special breed of caretakers who open their hearts to each of your residents. Not only did you embrace our mother and her needs, but you took each of us into your hearts. The love we felt and were shown was so tremendous."
Cathy Brown and family
“It was a surprise to us how quickly Mila adjusted to her new home and this was due in large part to all the wonderful people involved in her care. We couldn’t be more grateful to each and every one of you.”
George and Elizabeth Petkovich
“Although Dad was only there for two months, you provided excellent care and were there for us when we needed you.”
Mickey Wener, Jenny Michaels & Susan Hatfield
“Thank you so very much for the wonderful care you gave to my precious Mama. As I left there each day, I knew that she was in caring and competent hands. I didn’t worry about her for I knew that all of you are dedicated to good care for the residents.”
“Thank you for your loving care of my dad. Your efforts to truly see him as a person and an individual was a comfort to us as we watched the husband, father and grandfather we loved decline.”
“You are special people doing a difficult job. Never doubt the importance of all those ‘little’ things you do every day. In the end, they are the big things.”
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