Letter from the Executive Director

Hi, and welcome to Bishop Place!

As someone who has spent over 20 years working with seniors and who actively serves as a member of the Pullman Council on Aging, I’ve dedicated a good portion of my life to helping seniors and their families pinpoint problems and find solutions. I started as a registered nurse at Bishop Place in 2005 and became Executive Director in 2014, so I have a strong understanding of how care and administration should partner together. I’m proud of Bishop Place and what we offer to the Pullman community. Here’s why:

I knew that I wanted to help seniors from a very young age. As a girl, I watched my grandfather battle illness and remember being so grateful to the kind nurses who cared for him when I couldn’t. At the time, I was too young to help my grandfather the way they did, but I knew I wanted to grow up to help families the way those nurses helped mine.

Now, as Executive Director, I get the opportunity to do just that. At Bishop Place, we understand that the changes brought on by aging are both physically challenging and emotionally stressful. We get to know our residents’ lives and histories so if they have any changes to their health we can immediately address it with them, their families, and doctors.

We’re different from other senior living options in Pullman because we have a full staff of licensed nurses on-site, ready to help. In fact, one of the most frequent things we hear from our residents is that they know we’re here for them, day and night.

We’d love to show you what we can do to help your family. So, if you’re a caregiver to your mom or dad and want the best for them, I’d love to meet you. Feel free to call me at 208-301-0885 or email me at executivedirector@bishopplace.net and schedule a tour and see for yourself why our residents are proud to call us their home.


Laurie Brown

Executive Director