Healthcare and Rehabilitative Care in Jackson, Ohio

Welcome to Four Winds, a United Church Homes Community

At Four Winds Community in Jackson, Ohio, our loving staff and beautiful campus create a warm, welcoming place to call home. Families appreciate the high quality of care that their loved ones receive here. But it’s more than the dedication of our staff that makes Four Winds so special. It’s the way that Four Winds remains an integral part of the greater Jackson community, where people know who we are and trust what we do.

At Four Winds, we take pride in our award-winning care and our sterling reputation. We are a smaller senior living community, providing a comfortable, casual and more personal environment for all who live, work and visit here.

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About Four Winds

Four Winds offers a full range of lifestyle and healthcare services.

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About the Community

Four Winds sits amidst the rolling hills of southeast Ohio. In our natural, rural setting, you’ll often see deer grazing nearby. Many people hear about Four Winds Community through word of mouth from friends, family members or neighbors who live in and around the city of Jackson or who have experienced our community firsthand.

Four Winds Community was named the 22nd best skilled nursing center in the state in the biannual Long-Term Care Resident Satisfaction Survey released by the Ohio Department of Aging’s Office of State Long-Term Care Ombudsman. The survey, conducted through face-to-face interviews with residents of skilled nursing care centers and assisted living communities, gauges residents’ satisfaction with an array of focus areas related to their care and everyday life.

Whether you are looking for skilled nursing, rehabilitative care or memory care, we empower our residents to experience:

  • Active community life
  • Purposeful living in mind, body and spirit
  • Faith-inspired programming
  • Freedom to do what you want each day
  • Respect for personal choice
  • A sense of belonging
  • Welcome and affirming culture

Community Amenities

  • Nutritious meals and restaurant-style dining
  • Full-time chaplain and onsite chapel
  • Full community calendar of life enrichment activities
  • Onsite beauty and barber salon
  • Resident library
  • Outdoor courtyard and patio
  • Comfortable gathering spaces
  • Scheduled outings and transportation
  • Close to neighboring states: Kentucky and West Virginia
  • SAGECare certified to meet the needs of LGBT older adults
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To learn more, call (740) 286-7551 or contact us today to schedule your visit.

Leadership Team

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    Mary Faye

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    Rachel Butcher
    Director of Nursing

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    Heather Walker
    Human Resources Manager

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    Tammy Adkins
    Memory Care Coordinator

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    Kriston Hughes
    Director of Activities

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    Jamie Howard
    Director of Marketing

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    Adam Niday
    Social Services Designee

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    Flo Higginbotham
    Business Office Manager

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    Rev. Hannah Niday

Latest Community News

Procurement Team Shines in COVID-19 Under New Director

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Phil Darling (front),  director of procurement and supply chain and his team including Jennifer Ramey (right) and Jennifer White

MARION [June 22, 2020] – When United Church Homes welcomed Phil Darling as its newest director of procurement and supply chain earlier this year, few could have imagined the trajectory of the supply challenges ahead.

Running Start for Director of Procurement

Darling joined the team March 16, just days after federal officials announced the closure of all skilled nursing and assisted living communities to nonessential visitors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Darling got a running start – joining a team he described as dedicated and talented – and hasn’t slowed.

“We take what God gives us and just go along for the ride,” he said. “I wasn’t afraid to ask questions. UCH staff did a great job of explaining the organization’s history and the senior living industry as well as the new challenges we were facing together.”

Darling said he was thankful to join a close-knit team with many new colleagues offering their help on any questions he had. Although the procurement department is small, they have a lot of knowledge between them. Darling joined Jennifer White, Jennifer Ramey and a contracted support team through UCH’s business spend management software.

UCH Core Value: Stewardship

With a long career in purchasing and supply chain management, Darling was already skilled at finding supplies for the best value, based on a combination of cost and quality, while also maintaining consistency. Despite being new to the healthcare industry, in the weeks leading up to the job change, Darling was confident he’d learn quickly.

However, he walked into a new job with an organization significantly impacted by the largest public health crisis in a century. UCH was also experiencing hardship related to stocking essential supplies, such as personal protective equipment, and simultaneous increased expenses.

“Other than World War II, there has never been anything like this in the lifetimes of the generations living through COVID-19 from a supply chain perspective,” Darling said. “But there are similarities. During the Second World War, factories jumped at the opportunity to accommodate war needs. Who would have thought that Ford Motor Company would ever be manufacturing respirators or that sewing factories would be making cloth masks?”

Demand for Healthcare Supplies

One of the biggest challenges during this pandemic has been the high demand for supplies that mitigate the risk of infection. This has led to skyrocketing prices for critical PPE, just one of many increased expenses for senior living communities on the front lines of the pandemic.

“If we want PPE – and we need it – we have to pay the current pricing,” Darling said. “The reality is, we’re in no different shape than many major hospitals in New York, Chicago and around the country. We’re all in the same situation – we need masks, and we need them now. We’ve done a good job of finding PPE, and our staff has been fully equipped throughout the pandemic.”

Creative Solutions

Purchasers must also get creative, Darling said, as they sought sources for three-ply surgical masks, surgical gowns and other supplies. Wait times for supplies have been much longer than anticipated. For example, UCH ordered 50,000 disposable surgical masks from three different companies in mid-March. The anticipated delivery time for each of the orders was two to three weeks, but UCH didn’t receive the entire stock for 10 weeks.

“When you realize so many companies need 50,000 masks, from one vendor’s perspective, you actually need millions of them,” Darling said. “Those don’t just materialize the next day. But everyone is in the same boat. Some supplies were not readily available. We’ve had to be patient, which is hard when there are critical needs. But we took it as it came. Although we were close, we never ran out of masks.

“We heard of major medical centers in New York City buying garbage bags by the pallet and for healthcare workers’ necks and arms to protect themselves. It never got to that point for United Church Homes, but we need continued advocacy for additional funding for PPE and COVID-19 tests.”


About United Church Homes: United Church Homes is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit providers of senior living and affordable housing for older adults, with over 75 communities in 14 states and two Native American nations. UCH is a faith-inspired organization in covenant with the United Church of Christ and welcomes residents of all faiths.

Media Contact: Alissa Paolella, communications coordinator, 740.382.4885 or

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