Discover the Forest Ridge difference.

Our Passion

We pride ourselves by providing residents with clinical excellence, and “compassionate care with heart” in their journey to recovery. Our newly built facility sits safely on the hospital campus of Woodland Park, CO. With gorgeous mountain views, everyone is sure to find Forest Ridge Senior Living a relaxing and calming environment. Our friendly and highly trained nursing staff provides an encouraging and comfortable stay for all. For both short-term guests and long-term residents, we offer an exceptional setting ensuring a positive experience for you and your family. Whether you need rehabilitation, long-term skilled care, memory care, or in-patient hospice stay, Forest Ridge is sure to make you feel right at home. We look forward to answering any of your questions, and welcome you to Forest Ridge.

Our Team

FOREST RIDGE EARNS TOP RANKING BY US NEWS & WORLD REPORT

Forest Ridge Senior Living, LLC has been recognized by US News and World Report as one of “America’s Best Nursing Homes” for 2018 -2019.

US News & World Report evaluated over 15,000 nursing homes nationwide, in every state and nearly 100 major metropolitan areas. Across the nation approximately 2,000 nursing facilities earned a High-Performing rating in Short-Stay Rehabilitation and a total of 2,975 nursing homes earned the designation of a U.S. News’s Best Nursing Home.

“I am extremely proud of the Forest Ridge team.” stated Roger Call, Administrator, “This award is difficult to attain and reflects our commitment to bringing both excellent short-term rehabilitative and long-term care services to Teller County. We were one of the few nursing facilities in the nation that earned the highest rating in both Short-Stay Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care.”

“Several million Americans will spend at least some time in a nursing home this year, whether undergoing rehab after a hospital stay or as long-term residents,” said Brian Kelly, editor and chief content officer of U.S. News. “The Best Nursing Home Ratings are designed to help potential residents and their families navigate this important decision.”

“It is an honor to receive this level of recognition for our nursing care and rehabilitation delivery team,” said Jamie Hutchins, Director of Nursing, “This is a standard that we will continue to strive to uphold. We take pride in our work place and the care that we provide to our residents.”

Forest Ridge Senior Living and Rehabilitation offers multiple levels of care including Rapid Recovery Rehabilitation, Long Term Skilled Care, and Memory Care. It is located on the hospital campus in Woodland Park, CO and is also a recognized preferred provider of the UC Health system.

From Left to Right:  Christi Conner- Business and HR Director; Kathy Dixon – Activities Director; Harrison Blauch – Director of Dietary Services; Cordell Atkins – Maintenance Director; Felicia Davila – Transitional Care Manager; Shana Coley-Miller – Social Services Director; Roger Call – Administrator; Sarah Farmer – Medical Records; Shane Kenne – Director of Rehabilitation Services; Kristie Massey – MDS Coordinator; Jamie Hutchins – Director of Nursing; Debbie Crandell – Director of Housekeeping

Roger Call

Administrator

For over forty years Roger has been involved in the nursing home / retirement service sector. He originally didn’t intend on this being his career path. However, from the moment he first went to work in a nursing facility, to facilitate going to college, he knew he had found his life’s calling. Roger’s career has included individual and multi-site management consisting of all aspects of providing services to seniors. During the course of his career, he developed a personal mission of, “Giving to those who gave us life.” In our culture nursing homes are often seen as a social “taboo.” He wanted to be involved in helping to change the industry. The desire to help change the perception of skilled nursing facilities is what guides and motivates the team at Forest Ridge. For our team, our residents come first!

Jamie Hutchins

Director of Nursing

Jamie Hutchins, Director of Nursing at Forest Ridge Senior Living, began pursuing an education in nursing after being a homemaker and home educating her 4 children. With the support of her family, Jamie graduated from nursing school with honors in the top 10% of her class. Jamie began working in Colorado Springs at a skilled nursing facility as a charge nurse and then became a primary care nurse for a hospice organization. When Forest Ridge Senior Living opened, Jamie was among the first group of nurses hired. Jamie came on full time as MDS Coordinator in June of 2016 and accepted the position of Director of Nursing in May of 2017. Through her work at Forest Ridge Senior Living, Jamie desires to honor the Lord by serving others — the residents, their families, and the Forest Ridge staff. This desire is summed up in a statement often heard among the management at Forest Ridge Senior Living — “Compassionate Care with Heart.” When Jamie is not working, you will find her exploring the beauty of Colorado with her husband or spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Christi Conner

Business Office Manager

Christi brings to Forest Ridge a well-rounded knowledge of the long-term care industry.  She has worked in long term care for 31 years! She started as a nurse assistant, attended pre-requisite nursing classes, and obtained a certification in gerontology at UCCS. Additionally, she obtained an Assisted Living Administrator certification before settling into the Business Office where she found her niche. Afterwards, she moved into a Regional position where she could mentor and train new Business Office managers.  She is currently managing the Business Office at Forest Ridge and brings great knowledge and passion to the residents and family members of our Forest Ridge family.

Shane Kenne

Director of Rehabilitation

Shane grew up outside of Omaha, Nebraska where he went to college at Clarkson College. It was during one of his clinicals where he fell in love with skilled nursing facilities. He loved building relationships with the residents, and helping them to improve their daily living through therapy to help them return home, or to maintain their highest level of function within the nursing facility. After graduating from Clarkson College in 2012, Shane moved to Grand Junction, Colorado with his wife where he worked at a skilled nursing facility. After 3 years they moved to Woodland Park where they fell in love with the people and the community. Shane has been with Forest Ridge since its opening but accepted the Director of Rehab position in March of 2017. When not working, Shane loves to spend time with his family, and loves going camping, hiking and anything outdoors.

Felicia Davila

Transitional Care Manager

Felicia grew up in Texas, living in the Hill Country around Lake Travis for most of her adult life. She attended St. Philip’s School of Nursing, graduated in 2007 as Valedictorian of her nursing class, and has over a decade of experience in a variety of settings including Pediatrics, Hospital Acute Care, Emergency Rural Health, Teaching Nurses and CNAs, Acute Care Patient Access Management and Acute Care Management.  She loves helping to educate the community and residents, along with family, on options available to them to best manage their health care.  Her passion is education, improvement, and transformation. She is currently working on a Healthcare Business Management degree, with the goal of partaking in the transformation of healthcare in the future, specifically end of life care. When she is not working, she loves to backpack and camp with her husband, read, practice yoga, and sing.

Shana Coley-Miller

Director of Social Services

Shana Coley-Miller earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Guidance & Counseling in 2006 while she was in Jamaica. She attended The MICO University, where she continued her education by studying for a Master of Science Degree in Counseling & Social Work. She is currently enrolled with Arizona State University for a Master of Social Work degree. Shana has over 20 years experience working as an educator and counselor at the secondary level. She moved to Colorado in 2013 and pursued a C.N.A .certification. With her education and combined experience, Shana has worked in the Long Term Care setting as a C.N.A., a Social Services Assistant Director, and now as the Director of Social Services here at Forest Ridge. She continues to model a high level of professionalism through communication, teamwork, confidentiality, and personal development. She is truly motivated by “Compassionate Care with Heart” to meet the needs of residents, family members, and colleagues.

Harrison Blauch

Director of Dietary Services

Harrison was born and raised in Woodland Park, Colorado. He has an extensive history of restaurant management and is passionate about serving his community and neighbors in Forest Ridge. He continuously aims to improve and grow along with the ideas and choices of our residents, demonstrating “Compassionate Care with Heart”. When he is not working, he is outside enjoying his beautiful home state with his wife and two daughters, or spending time in his blacksmith workshop.

Kathleen Dixon

Activities Director

Kathy is a graduate of The University of Central Florida in Orlando, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, in 1990. After graduation Kathy worked as a middle school physical education teacher in New Smyrna Beach, Florida for seven years. Robert, Kathy’s husband, accepted a position with the Air Force and they moved to Woodland park and started their family. Fortunate to be a stay at home mom, Kathy substituted in the local schools to be near her children. Once the girls were grown she became a CNA: Certified Nursing Assistant. She worked as a CNA for a year and a half before becoming Activities Director at Forest Ridge Senior Living. Kathy enjoys this new and challenging position and is determined to add quality to all residents’ lives at Forest Ridge. On Kathy’s days off she can be found on the slopes of many ski resorts, and when the ski season is finished, hiking or biking the trails of Colorado.