Burlington Health and Rehabilitation Center, a member of the Revera Inc. family, is pleased to welcome Ashley Morey and Susan C Brooks to the center's staff. Ashley serves as the center's Admissions Coordinator and Susan Brooks is the center's Clinical Liaison.
In her role as Admissions Coordinator, Ashley is responsible for the coordination and completion of all pre-admission and admission documents, information and decisions regarding the patient. Ashley works to ensure compliance with all regulations, policies, procedures, and public and private insurance requirements, oversees guest services and coordination on the STAR unit, and coordinates educational, marketing-focused events for the center and community at-large. Ashley received her Bachelor's degree in Marketing from Champlain College and is currently also enjoys serving as an EMT-B with Missisquoi Valley Rescue.
In her role as Clinical Liaison, Susan C Brooks is responsible for developing and fostering community relationships to attain interest in the center, developing community education and outreach activities, and identifying and evaluating potential patients for admittance to the center. Prior to her role with Burlington Health and Rehab, Susan served as the Marketing Coordinator/Client Relations Manager for MorrisSwitzer-Environments for Health, where she was responsible for generating new business leads and furthering the firm's client relations for the healthcare architecture’s three offices. Susan also worked as a Manager of Site Development & Anti-Infective/Anti-Inflammatory Products for ORA Clinical Research & Development. Susan graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, and is involved in a number of outside organizations including the Vermont State Amateur Hockey Association.
"On behalf of Burlington Health and Rehab, we are pleased to welcome Ashley and Susan to the team," commented Ursula Margazano, Executive Director. "Both women have dynamic backgrounds and are committed to a positive experience for the patients at our center."