Beth Williams has been appointed vice president of Life Care Centers of America’s Mountain States Division.
In this position, Williams oversees 31 skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Colorado, Hawaii, Utah and Wyoming.
“We are fortunate to have a great leader like Beth to take the role of division vice president,” said Cathy Murray, Life Care’s chief operating officer. “Her many years of experience as a regional vice president and executive director, along with her enthusiastic and motivating leadership style will be a blessing. She has a strong commitment to our residents, staff and company.”
Todd Fletcher, vice president of Western Operations for Life Care, added, “Beth’s energy and infectious passion for our work will be a tremendous asset to the Mountain States Division.”
“Residents, their families and associates in facilities throughout the Mountain States Division can feel good about Beth’s appointment,” said Beecher Hunter, president of Life Care Centers of America. “She is eminently qualified through her education, experience, and a huge heart for the people she directs and serves.”
Williams most recently served for more than six years as vice president of Life Care’s Rocky Mountain Region, which oversees the company’s Denver-area facilities. Before serving in that role, she served as executive director at Orchard Park Health Care Center in Littleton, Colorado, for three years. She has more than 26 years of experience in long-term care, including 12 as an executive director.
“It is my honor and privilege to serve our elders, especially those in their greatest time of need, and to support their families,” Williams said. “I have worked in the Mountain States for almost seven years and thoroughly enjoy working with this highly engaged team. They make it easy.”
Williams earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology. She currently resides in Littleton with her husband, Eric Short. They have two children: 18-year-old Gage and 15-year-old Cole.