Posted On: Thursday, October 17, 2019
“It’s my pleasure to announce and welcome Jennifer to Grey County’s senior management team,” said Grey County Warden Selwyn Hicks. “Long-term care is a challenging, highly regulated and evolving service. Caring for some of our most vulnerable citizens is a responsibility we take seriously, and we believe Jennifer’s experience, character and commitment to residents and staff make her a superb fit for the director’s role. We look forward to working closely with her on projects like the redevelopment of Rockwood Terrace and enhancing long-term care services in Grey County.”
The director of long-term care is responsible for managing three county-owned homes: Grey Gables in Markdale, Rockwood Terrace in Durham and Lee Manor in Owen Sound. Long-term care is Grey County’s largest workforce with more than 450 employees. The department’s operating and capital budget in 2019 is just over $33 million.
Recruitment for a new executive director of Grey Gables will begin this fall.
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