Hello From New Administrator Robin Parrott

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Dear Residents, family and friends-


My name is Robin Parrott and I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself to you as the new administrator of Chase City Health & Rehab Center.  It is a pleasure to be here helping take care of your loved ones.  For a little background on me; I was born and raised in Brunswick County, VA.  I graduated college from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Upon competition of college, I began my career in Long Term Care as a Social Worker.  I worked as a Social Worker/Admission Coordinator for nine years in both Virginia and North Carolina.

In 2004, I moved back to Brunswick County with my son and took a job at Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill, VA as a Discharge Planner/Social Worker.   During the latter part of my eleven years of employment, I had the opportunity to return to school to fulfill my dream of becoming an Administrator.  In June of 2015, I completed my Long Term Care Administration degree with Mary Baldwin College.  I took my boards in July and became a license Long Term Care Administrator.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and church. I have a fifteen year old son Alex who achieved his Eagle Scout rank at the age of fourteen.  In addition, I have two “furbabies.” Both are chocolate labs; Cocoa is ten years old and Reesey is five years old. One of my main hobbies is working with the Boy Scouts of America.  I have actively been a Cub Master for seven of the ten years of working with the Cub Scouts, as well as Committee Chair Person for two of the four years active with the local Boy Scouts in Brunswick County.  I am also currently engaged to my best friend, Mike, who is a custom cabinet maker.  The irony of this is that my dad is also a custom cabinet maker

Caring for resident in Long Term Care is a lifelong passion for me.  After being out of the field then returning, I definitely know this is where I was meant to be.  If you have a moment when you visit, please feel free to stop by and say hello.


Robin S. Parrott, LNHA

January 2016