Doug Oliver has been named senior executive director of Clarity Pointe Fayetteville.
Clarity Pointe Fayetteville is the first free-standing assisted living community in Northwest Arkansas focused entirely on the care and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Oliver comes to Clarity Pointe Fayetteville from Clarity Pointe Knoxville, where he served as executive director during the community’s construction and startup phases. Previously, he was associate executive director and chief operating officer at Galloway Ridge at Fearrington, a senior living community in Pittsboro, N.C.
He has held a variety of senior level positions including director of Nursing Service, nursing home administrator and chief operating officer for standalone skilled nursing, assisted living and continuing care retirement communities.
“We are extremely pleased to have Doug Oliver join Clarity Pointe Fayetteville,” Pat Spence, vice president, director of Operations Management for Life Care Services, said in a statement. “As we introduce the first free-standing memory care community to Northwest Arkansas, his experience in geriatric nursing, combined with his expertise and compassion in caring for this special population will be invaluable.”
Clarity Pointe Fayetteville is a specialized and planned community with three neighborhoods supporting a total of 59 residents. Each resident has a private bedroom/bathroom suite in safe surroundings on five acres off of West Truckers Drive. The location has easy access to interstates and highways, as well as medical care.
Clarity Pointe Fayetteville is licensed as a Level II assisted living community and has applied for certification as an Alzheimer’s Special Care Unit (ASCU) by the Arkansas Office of Long Term Care. The operation is a joint venture between LCS (Des Moines, IA) and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital (Chicago, IL), and in development by CRSA/LCS Development, LLC.