What differentiates one assisted living & rehabilitation center from another? The answer is... the people who work and reside there! The people set the tone, the atmosphere, and the expectations. At Maplewood of Marshall, we take great pride in ensuring that everyone feels like part of our family and that they are treated as special "guests" in our home.
Maplewood of Marshall employs a team of highly qualified medical professionals, Registered Nurses, Personal Service Assistance. Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and a Speech Therapist offered onsite. Personal Service Assistance, Dietary, Social Work, and Activities departments provide personalized and compassionate care to each guest. From the moment you walk through the front doors, the warmth and caring of the staff will begin to gain your trust and confidence, as they strive to exceed your expectations.
Unlike other facilities that use "contracted" staff members, each member of the team at Maplewood of Marshall is directly employed, not "contracted". Each Team Member takes great pride in portraying "The Laurel Way of Caring", as they strive for excellence in providing only the highest standard of care and services to every guest, and to every family member and visitor. Come on in! Visit a while! Let us show you our very best... let us show you The Laurel Way.
Laurie graduated from Central Michigan University in 2010 with a B.S. in business administration, majoring in human resource management. After joining the Laurel Health Care team in 2015 as the business office manager at Maplewood of Mt Pleasant, Laurie realized that the long-term care industry was her passion and enrolled in the Michigan State University Nursing Home Administrator program. She received her administrator license in 2019.
Laurie lived in Mt Pleasant for 30 years before moving to the Marshall area in 2020 to continue her employment with LHCC as the community manager of Maplewood of Marshall.
Stephanie is a registered nurse and a graduate of Michigan State University with degrees in both human physiology and nursing. She is a member of the American Nurses Association and has several nursing skill sets including intensive care (ICU), emergency department (ER) care, dialysis care and long-term care. Stephanie recently returned to her alma mater to attend the Eli Broad College of Executive Business at MSU and is now a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA).
A native of Michigan, Stephanie is fairly new to Marshall. She spends her free time volunteering, exercising, selling real estate and running a private investment/property management company in town.
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