Exciting Developments at Hillcrest: New Leaders Join Organization

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Exciting Developments at Hillcrest: New Leaders Join Organization

With the recent growth of Hillcrest Health Services (www.hillcresthealth.com), Hillcrest is happy to announce the addition of two new leaders with years of experience in senior health care.

As Dave Creal accepts a promotion to vice president of facility operations, Michelle Yosick joins Hillcrest as a regional administrator. Yosick will be working with Hillcrest service line administrators on daily operations and quality measures.

“With 20 years of working in the skilled nursing profession and regional experience, we believe Michelle will be a great asset to the facility operations team,” said Creal.

Creal has been with Hillcrest since 2016, when he joined the team as a regional administrator responsible for operations and performance of Hillcrest Firethorn, Hillcrest Mable Rose, Hillcrest Millard and Hillcrest Shadow Lake. In his new position, Creal will join the executive team, becoming responsible for strategic planning for the future growth and development of the entire Hillcrest organization.

Dottie Rice is also joining Hillcrest in a new position, regional director of clinical operations, and will oversee the organization’s clinical leadership committee and work closely with Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anthony Hatcher to identify programs to create new pathways and protocols for care. Rice comes to Hillcrest with more than 20 years of senior nursing care experience.

“We’re excited about the clinical experience Dottie will bring to the organization,” said Hatcher.

Hillcrest Health Services offers the region’s largest continuum of health services for aging adults, including independent and assisted living, in-patient and outpatient rehabilitation, long-term care, memory support, adult day services, certified skilled home health and in-home personal care, telehealth services and hospice care. Hillcrest currently serves nearly 1,200 aging adults daily across 10 counties in Nebraska and Iowa. For more information, visit www.hillcresthealth.com.

 

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