Right at Home, Northwest Georgia is the result of experienced and respected professionals joining together to impact their community. The combination creates dynamic leadership for Right at Home in Northwest Georgia, as they work together to provide the best care for your family.
Jay DeVille, Owner
As an advocate for senior adults, Jay writes a column for Northwest Georgia Living Magazine and works closely with the Georgia Parkinson’s Foundation,Alzheimer’s Association and the Senior Promotions Council. Jay received his B.S. from Louisiana College and M.S. from Baylor University and completed additional graduate studies at LSU. He has served as an instructor in economics and finance at LSUS, Mercer and Georgia Highlands College. After working in banking for 20 years, Jay started Right At Home of Northwest Georgia in 2005 to focus on providing care and assistance to senior adults. In 2011, we received recognition from the Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Georgia for “Outstanding Performance and Dedication as a Community Care Services Program Provider Agency”. In January 2012, the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce named Right At Home of Northwest Georgia the “2012 Small Business of the Year”. We take our mission, “to improve the quality of life of those we serve” seriously.
Tammy Griffin, Office Manager
Tammy worked as a caregiver for five years prior to coming to Right At Home. She was hired as Administrative Assistant in July of 2007 and has continued to grow with the company. Today, Tammy is the Office Manager. Her responsibilities include everything from hiring and managing the care-giving staff to payroll and billing. She was born and raised in Rome, GA and currently resides in Summerville, GA with her husband and family.
Vickie Russell, RN
Vickie currently serves the Right at Home team as an registered nurse and supervises over the care Right at Home delivers.
Kerrie Scoggins, LPN
Kerrie joined Right at Home Northwest Georgia after working for more than a decade in home care and long term care. She also wrote and taught Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) training classes for three years.
Kerrie likes being able to make a difference in someone's life by providing care that allows them to remain in the home they choose longer. Her favorite part of the day is visiting clients.
In her free time, Kerrie enjoys quilting, crafting and reading.
Improving the Quality of Life for Those We Serve