The CountryHouse memory care team 

While our building is beautiful, it’s not what makes CountryHouse at Grand Island so special. What really sets us apart and makes us shine are our people. We’ve handpicked our professionally trained staff because of their natural empathy and dedication to our philosophy of treating people like family. Everyone on our team understands the difference between caring and giving care, which enables us to create personalized, customized care that’s as compassionate as it is comprehensive.

Nicole Campbell

Nicole Campbell

Executive Director

Nicole Campbell has served CountryHouse since 2005 and was named Director in 2012. A Grand Island native, she graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. Nicole is passionate about taking excellent care of her residents, focusing on the joys of living despite dementia or compromised abilities.

“Every person has the ability to experience joy and happiness, and I believe it’s our goal to help them find it,” Nicole says. “I’m committed to Agemark’s philosophy of care, the focus of this company and the residents and families that we serve. I believe that with compassion, understanding and love … all things are possible.”

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Meet Our Executive Director

A passionate leader with excellent communication skills, Jessica Soucie joined the CountryHouse team in October 2018. She came with degrees from both Doane College and Hastings College, along with experience managing specialty clinics for a large hospital. “My focus is on serving staff and developing them through positive engagement, and to maintain our high performance standards.”

Jessica has also been Executive Director for the TeamMates Mentoring Program, served on the board for the United Way, and is a graduate of Leadership Hastings.