Driven by a lifelong interest in nursing, Annemarie Theodore has spent nearly two decades advancing in her field. She is presently the supervisor of Presentation Rehabilitation & Skilled Care Center, a 110-bed, Medicare- and Medicaid-certified facility that offers short-term and long-term custodial and intermediate nursing care, with a special focus on the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. As an expert in health care administration, Ms. Theodore is responsible for administering care to patients, overseeing the long-term care facility, assessing patients, interacting with their families, scheduling procedures, and supervising four units, including four licensed nurses and 10 certified nursing assistants. Her caring and peaceful nature has served her well in her endeavors, as it has allowed her to create bonds and strong relationships with both her patients and her peers.
To prepare for her career, Ms. Theodore earned an Associate of Science in registered nursing from Bunker Hill Community College in 1997 and a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Emmanuel College in 2004. She ensures that she remains current in her field by affiliating with prominent organizations like the American Nurses Association. Looking to the future, she hopes to continue to experience professional growth. She is motivated by the fact that she wakes up everyday loving what she does.
Over the years, Ms. Theodore’s hard work and dedication have earned her an array of accolades. In 2004, she received Presidential Honors from Emmanuel College, and in 2002, she received the scholarship award from the Massachusetts Long-Term Health Care Foundation. She is also a featured member in Who’s Who in Industry Leaders. She attributes her success to her dedication, determination, and passion for her profession.
In her spare time, Ms. Theodore enjoys sewing, hairdressing and spending time with her two children. She also volunteers at the blood pressure clinic at a local senior day center.