Generations at Rock Island has a great staff. When you visit or tour Generations at Rock Island, you will have the opportunity to meet members of our leadership and management team. Please make a point to stop in or introduce yourself while you are visiting our community. Our staff loves to meet the families and friends of our residents and guests.
Liz Webster has been the Administrator of Generations at Rock Island since 2014. She began her career in long-term care in 2006 working as a Case Manager after completing her undergraduate degree at Millikin University. Originally from Chicago, Liz has worked with the Generations Healthcare Network family since 2009, serving in such roles as Activity Director, Business Manager, Assistant Administrator, and has been through the company’s Administrator in Training Program.
Liz obtained her Nursing Home Administrator’s license in 2012. She is also certified as a Food Service Sanitation Manager as well as a Certified Dementia Practitioner. As Administrator, Liz is responsible for the daily operations of the facility and ensuring that residents, families, and visitors receive the best care possible. Liz is committed to providing the best services possible to the seniors and other individuals who require our medical assistance in our community.
In her spare time, Liz enjoys the arts & photography, spending time with family & friends, and her dog Panda, who often makes appearances at the facility.
Director of Nursing
She sets her standard high, then shows the way to making it achievable.
In her career as a director of nursing at skilled-care facilities, registered nurse Tammy Guile has helped staffs work their way up to five-star ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, then been a part of two flawless reviews from the Illinois Department of Public Health. A native of Moline now living in Galesburg, Tammy came to Generations at Rock Island in 2017.
“I have pretty high expectations, because I think the residents deserve quality care,” she said.
At Generations at Rock Island, the director of nursing oversees the front-line care of each resident and the staff who administers it. Tammy assesses the quality of programs and makes improvements where possible, while walking rounds daily herself.
Tammy came to Generations after teaching health-occupation classes at nearby high schools and working on the staff at the University of Iowa’s oncology department. Her passion for nursing began in her childhood, while her grandfather battled prostate cancer and her grandmother dealt with brain cancer.
“I took care of my grandparents when they were ill, and loved spending time with them,” she said.
But in addition to her recipe for successes, Tammy also brought to Rock Island her recipes for cupcakes. The director of nursing is renowned in the building’s kitchens for her Snicker’s and Reece’s Peanut Butter Cup goodies. The treats are not just a fun snack — they’re one small part of livening up residents’ days, which is one small part of helping each of them feel well.
“That’s the great thing about nursing: There’s always a new challenge, and new clients to care for,” Tammy said. “You take one project at a time.”
Dr. Ahmed Khalafallah
Dr. Khalafallah is Board Certified in Internal Medicine with Medical Arts Associates, privileged at Unity Point Health Trinity Rock Island and Genesis Medical Center. Dr. Ahmed Khalafallah is an Internist in Moline, Illinois. He received his medical degree from Cairo University of Medicine in Egypt and has been in practice for 34 years. He speaks the following languages: Hindi, Bengali, Spanish and Arabic. He has received the following awards: Patients’ Choice Award 2014, Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2013-2014, Top Doctor State 2014 Illinois Internist, On-Time Doctor Award 2014.