February 18, 2019
Director of Public Relations
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(Cleveland, Ohio) – Eliza Jennings, a nationally recognized and trusted expert in aging services, is pleased to welcome Lisa A. Fluhart, LNHA, as executive director of its Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Services community on Cleveland’s West Side.
Fluhart is a licensed nursing home administrator with nearly 30 years of experience in skilled long-term care management, and is certified in gerontology. As executive director, she has overall responsibility for resident care, day-to-day operations, and regulatory compliance at the 126-bed facility located at the Eliza Jennings Health Campus on Detroit Avenue, the organization’s flagship community.
“Lisa brings a wealth of leadership experience and expertise in skilled nursing and long-term care administration,” said Eliza Jennings President and CEO Richard M. Boyson Jr. “Throughout her career, Lisa has demonstrated a commitment to high quality outcomes and resident satisfaction that is in line with our mission and values.”
Fluhart earned a Bachelor of Health Science degree specializing in long-term care administration from the College of Health and Human Services at Ohio University. She is a 2018 recipient of the American College of Health Care Administration (ACHCA) Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.
About Eliza Jennings
Eliza Jennings, a not-for-profit organization providing excellent care and services to older adults on Cleveland’s West Side for 130 years, is a nationally recognized expert committed to helping people make the most of the aging experience. Eliza Jennings communities include the Eliza Jennings Health Campus in Cleveland; the Renaissance Retirement Campus in Olmsted Township, and Devon Oaks Assisted Living community in Westlake. Eliza Jennings offers a full spectrum of choices for aging adults, including independent and assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, respite care, and adult day programs. Eliza Jennings offers a full range of home and community-based services including skilled home health care, a nurse practitioner house call program, and clinic services. Eliza Jennings is the first aging services organization to offer SAIDO Learning, a non-pharmacological cognitive therapy shown to improve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias among older adults. For more information about Eliza Jennings or any of its programs and services, visit elizajennings.org or call 216.226.5000.