This translates into residents having the same direct caregiver at all times thus fostering a relationship of familiarity and trust. Our team is comprised of professional and dedicated individuals, many of whom have been a part of the Oxford family for a number of years.
Kelly has been licensed since 2016 and has been in the healthcare industry since 2004. Her background/expertise have been in marketing, admissions and the food industry. She has been at our center since 2019. She attended Bloomsburg University and University of Phoenix.
Jamie has been in Long-Term Care for 19 years. Jamie started out as a Certified Nursing Assistant in 2004 right after graduating from Bucks County Technical High School and then worked her way up to admissions coordinator and then the past 11 years as an Admissions Director. Jamie has lived in the Lower Bucks area for 37 years and is passionate about Long-Term Care and the geriatric population in our communities.
Specialty Program Director
Infection preventionist/ Wound Nurse
Elizabeth Taylor is a new to Oxford Rehabilitation Health Center’s Wound and Infection Prevention Nurse. Elizabeth is excited about the new opportunities at Oxford and looks forward to being a part of a growing team and servicing the community with great care, compassion and dedication.
Elizabeth has been a nurse for 12 years and she recently graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in primary care. She completed her BSN online via Chamberlain University and graduated from Abington Memorial Dixon School of Nursing with a Diploma in 2011.
Director of Nursing
Dawn Ranochak has been a nurse for 30 years and 28 of those years she worked in long-term care. Dawn started out in the nursing profession as a CNA for 10 years and then started her nursing career after she graduated from Helena School of Nursing.
Assistant Director of Nursing
Artemizia Illich, Oxford Rehab’s Assistant Director of Nursing, has been a nurse for 13 years. She started as a charge nurse on night shift advanced to unit manager then ADON. Artemizia has worked in skilled long-term care for 13 years. She graduated from Frankford Nursing School.