Wesbury Announces Changes in Leadership at Grace

At the start of October, Wesbury President and CEO, Brian S. Nageotte, announced strategic changes in the leadership structure at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center. These advancements were designed to strengthen Wesbury’s focus and commitment to Wesbury staff as well as the individuals and families who turn to Wesbury expecting the highest quality programs and services meeting their short and long-term care needs.

Alishia Stevenson, BSN, NHA has been named Wesbury’s Administrator for Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center. With a background in leadership, nursing, quality, and compliance, Alishia has assumed the Administrator responsibilities for Grace with a focus on positive culture change, process improvement, quality care, and staff retention.

Alishia is a graduate of Clarion University where she acquired her associate and bachelor degrees in Nursing and has more than 17 years of experience as a Registered Nurse in both acute and long-term care settings. After serving as Wesbury’s Director of Nursing for six years, Alishia attended Penn State Beaver to obtain her Nursing Home Administrator license. Following her role as DON, Alishia became VP of Compliance, Risk, and Quality Management before accepting her current Administrator position.

“My plan in 2024 and beyond is re-envisioning what long-term care looks like for seniors by establishing a resident-centered approach to all services that we provide at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center.”

Alishia Stevenson

Autumn Ferringer, RN, BSN, WCC, CWCA, is now Wesbury’s Director of Nursing. With over 30 years of nursing experience, Autumn’s focus is on building the nursing team to achieve optimal efficiencies while improving staff retention and quality of care for residents and their families.

Autumn began her career as a Certified Nurse Aide at Wesbury in 1991. She was a part of the original team that opened the Memory Support Center in 2001. With more than 18 years as a certified wound nurse, Autumn has also worked as an Infection Preventionist, Clinical Nurse Educator, and Assistant Director of Nursing before assuming her current role.

“It is my goal to see all levels of our nursing staff work together as a cohesive team, supporting each other, and most importantly, residents and their families. That relationship is important to our reputation of providing the highest quality care.”

Autumn Ferringer

We look forward to Alishia and Autumn providing steadfast leadership to our staff and giving peace of mind to residents and their families looking for the exceptional experience we have delivered for over a century.

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