Danielle Reusch Promoted to Assistant Administrator/ Director of Nursing at Harris Hill

Danielle Reusch Promoted to Assistant Administrator/ Director of Nursing at Harris Hill

The McGuire Group, operator of five local nursing and rehabilitation facilities, announces the promotion of Danielle Reusch, RN, BSN, WCC to assistant administrator/director of nursing at its Harris Hill Nursing Facility in Williamsville.

In this capacity, Reusch will be responsible for the oversight of the nursing department and facility staffing as well as promoting the collaboration between departments, complying with federal and state regulations, staying abreast of quality measures and standards of care, and upholding quality care for the residents and patients. The position also entails promoting growth and retention among employees, interdisciplinary care planning, wound care and infection prevention. Reusch has been employed at the facility for more than 15 years. Prior to her promotion, she served as the assistant director of nursing.

She received a licensed practical nursing degree from Erie I BOCES, an associate degree in nursing from Trocaire College, a bachelor of science in nursing from American Sentinel College and a long-term care administration certificate from St. Joseph’s College of Maine. She is a member of the Professional Nurses Association. She has also been selected to serve on a national panel that convenes in May to develop guidelines for infection metrics in skilled nursing facilities.

Reusch resides in Akron and has three children: Alissa, Robert and Gabriella.

Harris Hill Nursing Facility provides subacute and outpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, palliative care and respite/short-term care. The facility continuously receives five-star ratings from the federal government and has finished in the first quintile of NY State’s quality benchmarking pool for five out of five years. For more information visit www.mcguiregroup.com or www.medicare.gov.                                    

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