Melissa Boatwright Named Director Of Clinical Support For Legacy Senior Living

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Melissa Boatwright
Melissa Boatwright

Melissa Boatwright has joined Legacy Senior Living, Cleveland-based management company of assisted living and memory care facilities, as the director of Clinical Support.

Ms. Boatwright began her Legacy Senior Living career in 2015 as the director of Resident Care of Legacy Village at Park Regency in Moultrie, Ga.

In July, 2016 Ms. Boatwright was promoted to the executive director of Legacy Village at Park Regency. She also initiated quality assurance calls for each of the Legacy Senior Living facilities. 

Ms. Boatwright is a licensed RN in the states of Georgia and Alabama. She earned her associate of science degree in nursing in 2010 as well as her associate’s in applied science in microcomputers in 2006. 

“Melissa’s long-time experience in nursing, coupled with her administrative skills as an executive director, makes her well-qualified for this new position," said Bryan Cook, COO of Legacy Senior Living.  "She will be visiting each Legacy Senior Living facility to better train and support the resident care directors and frontline caregivers." 

 



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