Wilsonville, OR (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Stacey Turner, MS, CCC-SLP, Vice President of Operations, was recently appointed as the Western Regional Coordinator for the National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies (NARA). In this capacity, Turner is tasked with providing knowledge, support, and resources to new association members - with the goal of fostering unity amongst new members. "NARA is committed to providing solutions in an ever-changing healthcare environment as well as sharing best practices," says Turner. "I believe in the mission and values of NARA and I am honored to be selected and serve in this role."
Since joining Infinity Rehab in 2002 as an Area Rehab Director for the Southern Oregon region, Stacey has enjoyed being an integral part in the continued growth and success of the company. In 2004, she assisted with opening our Midwest region. In 2005, she transitioned back to the Northwest as Regional Director of Operations for Washington, Idaho and Alaska. In July 2010, she returned to Oregon as Regional Director of Operations for Oregon, Colorado, Utah and Southern Idaho and in January of 2012, moved into the position of VP of Operations. Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Stacey earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders and Psychology at Southwest Missouri State University followed by a Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology at Fontbonne College in St. Louis. Stacey has worked as a Speech Language Pathologist and Rehabilitation Leader in a variety of clinical settings including skilled nursing, home health, outpatient, TBI sub-acute, acute care and inpatient rehab. Stacey is proud to be a part of Infinity Rehab, a culture based in trust and caring. “There is nothing more rewarding than being part of a great team.”
The National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies (NARA) was founded in 1978, and functions as a trade association representing the interests of a membership base spanning across the nation. NARA’s membership is open to rehab therapy organizations and those who provide support to therapy providers. Current membership represents rehab businesses consisting of over 15,000 healthcare professionals dedicated to providing a multitude of skilled rehabilitation therapy services to individuals in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient, skilled care, assisted living, educational systems, industry / occupational health.