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Theresa Linnane

Ensign Administrator and Executive Director

Waverly Park

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Waverly Park

Background Information

Employment History

Survey Program Team Leader

Arizona Department of Health


Member, The Ensign Group

Catalina Health Care Center


Administrator

Catalina Health Care Center


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www.nursinghomesmagazine.com

Theresa Linnane, a 14-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Health, where she worked as a survey program team leader, and now an Ensign administrator and executive director of Waverly Park, explained the process."We had to start from scratch with this facility.It had no systems, a negative reputation, and had been in bankruptcy.We first rebuilt its clinical systems and its reputation for quality, and we are currently rebuilding its financial foundation-all one step at a time," she said.


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Theresa Linnane, a 14-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Health, where she worked as a Survey Program Team Leader, and now an Ensign Administrator and Executive Director of Waverly Park, explained the process.
"We had to start from scratch with this facility. It had no systems, a negative reputation and had been in bankruptcy. We first rebuilt its clinical systems and its reputation for quality, and we are currently rebuilding its financial foundation -- all one step at a time," she said.


www.azstarnet.com

Theresa Linnane, who started at Waverly Park on Feb. 10, "is working very hard to correct the problems that we found" during the department's annual survey of the nursing home in December, said Sylvia Balistreri, director of the state's long-term care licensing division. Linnane said Friday that she and the nursing home's owners "realize that these unfortunate events happened here.I think I have a great team of managers, and my facility is staffed with caring, competent people, and we are just very committed to turning the building (nursing home) around." Waverly Park, 2001 N. Park Ave., is owned by The Ensign Group.The Mission Viejo, Calif.-based nursing-home chain also owns Catalina Health Care Center, 2611 N. Warren Ave., and Sabino Canyon Rehabilitation and Care Center, 5830 E. Pima St..The Ensign Group's Web site says the company owns 44 nursing homes, but does not say in which states the homes are located. Linnane said she worked for the health department for seven years before joining The Ensign Group as administrator at Catalina Health Care Center in late 2003.She was there for two years, then moved to Pittsburgh to run a nursing home before moving back to Tucson and Waverly Park in February. "It's a great company," she said of Ensign.Linnane, who arrived at Waverly Park more than two months after the problems were documented, said in recent weeks, "we have had some really great clinical experiences" including patients whose bedsores have healed well. "We do a lot of very good things every single day," she said.


www.prnewswire.com

Theresa Linnane, a 14-year veteran of the Arizona Department of Health, where she worked as a Survey Program Team Leader, and now an Ensign


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