Stacy Cromer, a long-term care professional with more than 15 years in administration, has been appointed vice president of Life Care’s Central Division.
The announcement is made by Beecher Hunter, Life Care president, who said Stacy brings a strong focus on outstanding customer service.
“Stacy’s leadership skills and professional experience make her the right choice for this important position in our company,” Beecher said. “Even more, she is driven by a heart for
the people she serves and the team members she leads.”
Leadership of the entire Central Division is a promotion for Stacy. She presently serves as vice president of the Hoosier Region, but she has prior experience in a similar position with the Crossroads Region.
The Central Division consists of 34 skilled nursing facilities – 15 in Indiana, seven in Kansas, 10 in Missouri, and two in Nebraska.
Stacy said she welcomes the opportunity “to continue building the reputation for excellence in quality of care in the division, and providing customer service that meets and
exceeds the expectations of our residents and their families.
“I love working with the senior population, as well as the caring staff and loving families. Although we are now facing more struggles than ever in long-term care because of the COVID-19 pandemic, I could not be prouder of the team of people that I have worked with over the last few years.”
Stacy’s appointment is effective July 1.
Life Care Centers of America, headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee, manages more than 200 skilled nursing centers in 28 states.
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