Nemasket Health Care Center


Nemasket Health Care Center
Nemasket Health Care Center is listed in the Nursing Homes & Life Care Facilities category in Middleboro, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Nemasket Health Care Center which include a Facebook page and a Linkedin company page. The activity and popularity of Nemasket Health Care Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for Nemasket Health Care Center is:
314 Marion Rd
Middleboro, MA 02346
(508) 947-8632
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ELEANOR WELCH CELEBRATES HER 101st BIRTHDAY! Eleanor Welch, a resident at Hannah Duston Healthcare Center, turned 101 today. The family had a small party for her this afternoon. In the photo: Eleanor’s grandson, Doug LaBranche with her great grand-daughter, Elliana LaBranche, Hannan Duston Healthcare Center Administrator Chris Olenio in the middle, and Eleanor on the right.

WE RECEIVED THIS LOVELY LETTER AT THE WHITTIER PAVILION RECENTLY: Hi Candice, I can’t thank you enough - you and your wonderful staff for being so king - so loving - just the Best People taking care of my Dad - Maurice D. Those weeks were some of the Happiest Times for my Dad. I can’t ever thank you enough. We will never forget you and all your Big Loving Hearts! Love, Carolyn DG. (Maurice’s daughter)

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WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE WHITTIER REHABILITATION HOSPITAL-WESTBOROUGH’S EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR - KOFI AWUAH, CNA, NURSING The people have spoken! Our Employee of the Year is Kofi Awuah!! In 2004 Kofi moved from Ghana where he was working as a businessman, to start a new career in the United States. He became a CNA in 2004 and worked in a long term care facility before starting at his position here at Whittier in 2007. Kofi is highly regarded by both his patients and their families. He is always willing to help wherever needed and consistently goes above and beyond. He is dedicated to the facility and consistently delivers quality care. He is highly regarded by his peers. Outside of Whittier, he is active as an Elder in his church where he assists parishioners as a translator and mentor. Congratulations Kofi! Thank you for all that you do. Photo: Rebecca Roman, Hospital Administrator, Kofi Awuah CNA, Nursing and Ed Olbris, Director of Nursing We would also like to honor all of our Employees of the Month for 2016: January - Kathy Halloran, Inpatient February - Vilva Dearaujo, EVS March - Moses Addai, Nursing April - Rick Morin, Maintenance May - Keith Miller, Inpatient Rehab June - Heather Smith, Nursing July - Donis Sagastume, Dietary Services August - Kyle Richardson, Outpatient September - Samantha Crose, Physical Therapy October - Kofi Awuah, Nursing November - Lois Pellerin, Administration December - Patricia Kennedy, Case Management The group picture back row left to right: Tricia Kennedy, Kofi Awuah, Kyle Richardson and Samantha Crose. Front row left to right, Moses Addai, Heather Smith, Lois Pellerin, Donis Sagastume and Rick Morin. Missing from photo: Kathy Halloran, vilva Dearaujo and Keith Miller.

THE WHITTIER PAVILION CONGRATULATES MARIA JACKSON ON HER NEW ROLE AS ADMINISTRATOR Maria Jackson, LICSW became the Administrator in October 2016 after seven years at The Whittier Pavilion. She was hired as a Clinical Social Worker on the adult psychiatric units in 2009, she developed and initiated the opening and management of the Outpatient Clinic in 2013, and then took on the dual role of the Director of Inpatient Social Services and the Outpatient Clinic in 2014. She is a graduate of Simmons Advance Standing MSW Program in 2006, and is currently an active member with NASW.

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