Susan Cornell comes to St. Camillus with over 25 years’ experience in long-term care. Susan started her career as a Registered Dietitian, worked as a Director or Food and Nutrition Services and obtained her Administrators license in 2009. She has spent the last 9 years serving as the Administrator of Bayberry Commons nursing home in Pascoag. During her tenure Bayberry went from a 1 star to a 5 star facility, achieved a Gold Quality Award Site from the American Health Care Association and has been featured in professional books and video. In 2015 Susan was named the Rhode Island Distinguished Administrator of the Year. In addition to her professional career, Susan has 4 children and lives with her husband, Scott and cat, Milo in Providence, Rhode Island. Susan is honored to be the new Administrator at St. Camillus Health Center. She will continue to promote its values of holistic care, hope, compassion and community. Please make sure to introduce yourself! She looks forward to getting to know all our residents, families and staff.
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Tanya Brouillard has been in the nursing profession for 10 years. Tanya started her career as a charge nurse in a long term care facility. Additionally, she has worked as a hospice case manager and Manager of Clinical Practice for hospice. In 2014, Tanya joined the St. Camillus team as the Staff Development Coordinator and transitioned into the role of Director of Nursing in the summer of 2017. Tanya enjoys camping with her family, gardening, and singing. Tanya and her husband Tom have a daughter named Abbey.
Shelley Ryan is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and a Certified Senior Adviser with over 15 years’ experience. She started off in Marketing then moved to Admissions, later serving as a Memory Care Director in assisted living. She joined the St. Camillus family as Memory Care Program Director for Mingen Way. We are happy to announce that as of June 1st Shelley took on a new role as Director of Marketing. She is excited to jump into this role and spread the word about the great care our residents receive at St. Camillus. Shelley has two children who keep her busy, a daughter who is going for her driver’s license soon and a son who will be officially a teenager at the end of the month.