Sequoyah Pointe Living Center has been providing excellent care for Owasso area families for over 35 years.  Sequoyah Pointe has three “Sister Nursing Homes” in the Tulsa Area:

  • Rolling Hills Care Center in Catoosa;
  • Sand Springs Nursing & Rehab in Sand Springs; and,
  • Cimarron Pointe Care Center in Mannford,

and another Sister Home in Ponca City – Shawn Manor Nursing Home.

There is a definite advantage to having Sister Homes close by.  All of the staff in all of the buildings are trained on the same systems and clinical protocols.  In times of need, Sequoyah Pointe Living Center can count on its Sister Homes to help!

Sequoyah Pointe Living Center and its Sister Homes are operated by the same management company – Comprehensive Management Services, Inc. doing business as TRIACLE.  Triacle and the five nursing homes, including Sequoyah Pointe Living Center are family owned and operated businesses with their principal place of business in Sallisaw, OK.  

Sequoyah Pointe Living Center is not operated or managed, in any manner, by large national corporations that operate hundreds of nursing homes in several states.  Closely held ownership and management allow the owners to focus on Resident centered care and reduces “red tape” and “passing the buck.”  Under Contacts in the Main Menu you will find the name and telephone number of the owner who will personally take your calls and help you deal with issues that you might have related to the care of your loved one.

Triacle only manages Sequoyah Pointe Living Center and its Sister Homes so all of its resources and home office staff are focused each and every day on providing great support and great oversight to the Residents of Sequoyah Pointe and its sister homes.

Triacle takes calls from the Residents and their families and will address any concerns that you might have from Care related issues to management of Resident’s accounts.  For more information about Triacle click here for its website or see the Contact tab on the Main Menu.

Staff turnover in nursing facilities is historically very high.  The work is demanding and the hours are sometimes long and emotionally draining.  Direct care staff has to work on holidays and days that most of us “take off.” We are constantly looking for qualified and caring staff.  If you or someone you know might be interested in a job at Sequoyah Pointe Living Center or any of its Sister Homes just click here to be taken to the Triacle website.