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Shining Stars

9.23.21
By: Infinity Rehab
Date: September 23, 2021

Our first Shining Star this issue is Megan Leighton, PT, DPT. Megan works at Villa Maria in Fargo, North Dakota.

I met Megan through mentoring, and I have been continually impressed with her resilience, openness, and drive for knowledge to best treat her patients.

As a new graduate who started their first job in a SNF during a pandemic, she should get a shining star for just that! However, she is going above and beyond by seamlessly learning and applying standards of care with her patients and helping the rest of her team do so as well. She even started using predict precision to support her IDT meetings and show specific patient improvement through graphs of CORE and Care testing.

Through these examples and many others, Megan embodies the values of quality that is obvious; reaching to learn, grow, and embrace change; and passion for the quality of peoples’ lives. Way to go, Megan!

Our second Shining Star this issue is Sherry Schafer, PT. Sherry works at St. Francis of Bellingham in Bellingham, Washington.

Sherry is my “weekend warrior.” She holds things together for our rehab department and on more than one occasion has coordinated getting new admits beds, bed rails, and wheelchairs to ensure they are safe. I had two nurses this week tell me how they appreciate that Sherry is a team player with the nursing department and they know how much she cares for her residents.


Shining Stars 9.23.21

By: Infinity Rehab
Date: September 23, 2021


Our first Shining Star this issue is Megan Leighton, PT, DPT. Megan works at Villa Maria in Fargo, North Dakota.

I met Megan through mentoring, and I have been continually impressed with her resilience, openness, and drive for knowledge to best treat her patients.

As a new graduate who started their first job in a SNF during a pandemic, she should get a shining star for just that! However, she is going above and beyond by seamlessly learning and applying standards of care with her patients and helping the rest of her team do so as well. She even started using predict precision to support her IDT meetings and show specific patient improvement through graphs of CORE and Care testing.

Through these examples and many others, Megan embodies the values of quality that is obvious; reaching to learn, grow, and embrace change; and passion for the quality of peoples’ lives. Way to go, Megan!

Our second Shining Star this issue is Sherry Schafer, PT. Sherry works at St. Francis of Bellingham in Bellingham, Washington.

Sherry is my “weekend warrior.” She holds things together for our rehab department and on more than one occasion has coordinated getting new admits beds, bed rails, and wheelchairs to ensure they are safe. I had two nurses this week tell me how they appreciate that Sherry is a team player with the nursing department and they know how much she cares for her residents.

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