Life Care Center Of Red Bank Announces New Administrator

  • Friday, June 14, 2024
Emily Boshears
Emily Boshears
Life Care Center of Red Bank, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, recently hired Emily Boshears as its new executive director.
 
Ms. Boshears has a bachelor’s degree in health care administration from East Tennessee State University. In May, she completed an administrator-in-training program at Life Care Center of Elizabethton and earned her NHA license. She was promoted to lead the Red Bank center on June 1.
 
“So far, working with the team at Life Care Center of Red Bank has been wonderful,” Ms.
Boshears said. “They are a passionate team wanting to excel in anything they do. Residents at [the center] are kind and welcoming, and I am looking forward to working with them more.” 
 
Ms. Boshears said her favorite part of administration is working with her residents, and she expressed excitement to work with them, their families and the community in the future.
 
“My goals here at Life Care Center of Red Bank are to continue on the successful path the previous administrator set before me,” she said. “To the community of Red Bank: I am hoping to build a strong partnership [with you] and begin more community activities. To potential families: I am hoping you will choose Life Care Center of Red Bank to care for your loved ones and allow us the honor of serving you.”
 
Located at 1020 Runyan Dr., Life Care Center of Red Bank is one of 26 skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Tennessee managed by Life Care Centers of America.
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