Kelsea McVey has been named the new Executive Director for Rocky Mountain Care—Logan. She explains some of Rocky Mountain Care’s services.
“We provide both short term rehabilitation to individuals maybe coming out of the hospital following a hip or knee replacement and needing some additional therapy services before being able to go home,” she explains. “And, we also provide long term care for individuals who are no longer able to have their needs met at home or in an assisted living facility.”
McVey is a University of Utah graduate and has worked in the health care industry for 12 years after earning Master’s degrees in business administration and health administration at Weber State.
She replaces Forrest Fackrell who takes over as Rocky Mountain Care’s Director of Construction Management.
Rocky Mountain Care is a healthcare provider that has been in business since 1990 and delivers services to the community in the areas of skilled nursing, transitional rehabilitation, hospice care, home care and personal care.