Brookfield Claremore Welcomes New Director of Nursing

Brookfield Assisted Living & Memory Care welcomes Gale Moore, LPN, as their new Director of Nursing (DON).

“I’m excited to start a new area in my career at the Brookfield Assisted Living,” said Moore.  “I started out in this career because I wanted to help others and that continues to today.”

Moore has 26 years as a Nurse, Charge Nurse, MDS Coordinator.  She was the Assistant Director of Nursing at Meadow Brook Nursing Center in Chouteau. 

Moore graduated from Northeast VoTech with a degree in Licensed Practice Nursing.

She is lives in Inola and has 3 grown children, 7 grandsons, 1 granddaughter and 3 great-grandsons.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren and going on short trips.

The Brookfield Assisted Living is the perfect choice for seniors looking for an apartment home setting, with supportive staff to assist with personal needs, such as medication management, daily living activities, and healthcare coordination.  The Brookfield Memory Care offers a secure, homelike environment for those individuals with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.  We pride ourselves in meeting people’s unique needs and preferences, promoting their dignity, independence and privacy, while offering choices that provide a sense of purpose.

The Brookfield Assisted Living & Memory Care is located at 915 E. 16th Street, Claremore.  For information or to schedule a visit to see what the Brookfield Assisted Living & Memory Care has to offer, please call (918) 261-5700.

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