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Adam oversees the team at Lancashire Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and joined the Virginia Health Services team in 2022. As a child, Adam considered many professions, including becoming a pharmacist and an artist. He did end up in the healthcare field, but in a different capacity. Adam was first introduced to working in a healthcare setting as a youth volunteer and later served as an intern in a community healthcare setting for uninsured and indigent populations. He first discovered his passion for serving the aging population after having completed an administrator-in-training program with Medical Facilities of America in 2018 and went on to serve as administrator at Henrico Health and Rehabilitation on the west end of Richmond for several years. He most recently held the position of executive director for The Laurels of Bon Air in Richmond.
With every audit, in-service, staff meeting, policy review, quality assurance meeting and roundtable discussion, Adam is committed to ensuring quality outcomes and optimizing the patient care experience. As a leader, Adam believes in empowering and positively influencing associates to excel in their roles with a hands-on approach. His favorite quote is, “If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else” from Booker T. Washington.
Amy has been in long term care off and on for over 25 years as a nurse. The diversity of her background includes a term in Virginia Army National Guard, a business owner for 10 years, Nursing, and Rehabilitation Liaison for inpatient hospitals. She received her LPN degree in 1996, her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management (business) in 2013, and received an Executive Masters of Business Administration from VCU in 2020. Amy has three adult children, a loving husband, and a precious grandson. Seeing Residents happy and receiving good quality care inspires her to continue advocating for their best interest in every way she can. Having the opportunity to guide positive change for Residents and team members, along with a strong support team and work-life balance, are just a few things that motivate her to continue working hard as an Assistant Administrator for VHS.