Pamela Overton, RN, NHA
RN Care Manager
Pam Overton, RN, NHA has spent her entire professional career of 30+ years in long term care nursing. As a young candy striper volunteering in a hospital in her hometown of Evansville, Indiana, she discovered that working with the elderly was her life’s calling. Pam graduated from The University of Evansville School of Nursing and began her career in long term care.
Pam has been the Director of Nursing of both a 120 bed and a 240 bed skilled care facilities in Florida, and a Regional Health Care Specialist for a national assisted living organization responsible for the care delivery of twenty-five facilities in all of south Florida. She also became of one of the area’s first original geriatric care managers through her own entrepreneurial pursuit in the creation of “Pamela Overton and Associates, Elder Care Management” for 10 years. During that time she also owned and operated a small Assisted Living Facility known as “The Seaview Inn”.
Prior to joining Help at Home’s team Pam had been the Director of Health Services at The Glenridge on Palmer Ranch. Her responsibilities included oversight of the Assisted Living Facility, the Skilled Nursing and Rehab Facility and the employee and member Wellness Center. She led Glenridge through a successful expansion of the skilled nursing facility last year.
Pam has a special interest in field of dementia care and has attended numerous training sessions with nationally known dementia trainer Teepa Snow.
In her role as Geriatric Care Manager, Pam’s goal is to help seniors have the best quality of life possible while maintaining independence for as long as possible. Her mission is to ensure that through personalized service, each client is loved, cared for and treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. Her extensive knowledge of the long term care environment is invaluable in her role as geriatric care manager.
Pam spends time with her husband of 41 years on the beach and rooting for the Rays and the Gators. Her free time finds her relaxing with her two dogs, or traveling, which often includes visits to Atlanta to visit her daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter.