The Bridge at Farmington, premier senior living community in Farmington, was recently named a 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report best assisted living community.
The inaugural U.S. News Best Senior Living ratings and profiles offer comprehensive information and exclusive analysis of consumer satisfaction data. The ratings are based on such factors as community and activities, food and dining, caregiving and management, and staffing for nearly 2,500 communities in the continental U.S. and Hawaii.
The Bridge at Farmington, New Mexico, gives residents the freedom to experience continued independence and an active lifestyle in a beautiful assisted living community.
Friendly associates work to ensure each resident’s quality of life by offering a wide variety of services and amenities focused on senior needs and interests. From a full event calendar to our personalized care plans tailored to each resident, our goal is to promote a dynamic approach to senior living.
Farmington is located in a magnificent setting between Pinion Hills and the San Juan River. Residents can enjoy both the natural beauty of the area as well as the many cultural and social opportunities this region has to offer.
As part of a continuum-of-care campus, The Bridge partners with affiliate Life Care Center of Farmington to provide assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services all in one location.
Residents can thoroughly enjoy their retirement at The Bridge while their loved ones rest assured that our highly trained campus associates are ready to handle any care transitions as smoothly as possible.
What will you fall in love with at The Bridge at Farmington Maybe everything.
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Having spent many summers in the Navajo Nation with her grandmother and surrounded by elders in her hometown on the reservation, Tyrellyna always had a deep love and respect for seniors.
As a Navajo woman, Tyrellyna upheld her role as a matriarch in her family and looked after and spent time with her late grandmother and the elders in her community. She often took them food, paid them visits and helped them around their homes. That was when she developed a love for seniors and a desire to help others.
Tyrellyna began her career in early childhood education before transitioning into a career in senior living. She has served at The Bridge at Farmington for nearly 15 years.
Tyrellyna was the business office manager at The Bridge at Farmington before being asked to step into the role of executive director about eight years ago. It’s a role she continues to embrace today.
Tyrellyna prides herself in looking for creative and innovative ways to serve the senior community and credits her Navajo upbringing and culture for her leadership skills and style. She believes that “every person has a purpose. Their abilities, skills and passions are so important and can inspire one another.”
Tyrellyna loves working with our seniors because each day is different. The share so much humor, wisdom and advice with us.
"I’m grateful to be able to hear stories of their past and hopes for the future," said Tyrellyna. "It has been a wonderful and beautiful blessing to be able to serve our senior family."
In her spare time, Tyrellyna enjoys being a mother and a grandmother, spending time with her family, hosting family events and cheering on her beloved Los Angeles Dodgers.Join Our Team