St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, the largest free-standing rehabilitation hospital in the region, has named Nancy Webster as hospital administrator after more than 20 years of service to St. Luke's.
"I feel honored to be a part of the rehabilitation community in this new role," Webster said. "I look forward to working alongside the most qualified rehabilitation teams at St. Luke's to ensure our patients receive the best inpatient and outpatient care and therapy services."
Webster started at St. Luke's as a recreational therapist and quickly advanced in various leadership roles, most recently as director of Rehabilitation Services and COHE Community of Eastern Washington.
With a certificate in case management and master of business administration, Webster has effectively optimized care and services while developing a vision for each area of her stewardship to support patient care initiatives across the St. Luke's continuum.
In addition to her work at St. Luke's, Webster has served as a member of the East Region EMS and Trauma Council for the past 16 years, including serving as the rehab committee chair, and vice president and president of the executive committee from 2009-2012.
About St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute is the region's largest provider of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. As a free-standing physical medicine and rehabilitation hospital, St. Luke's is the only Level I trauma rehabilitation hospital in the Inland Northwest with six additional outpatient locations. St. Luke's, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and The Joint Commission, serves thousands of patients each year-people who have suffered a stroke, lost a limb, and suffered a brain injury, spinal cord injury or one of many other illnesses or injuries. In 2014, St. Luke's was selected as a Top 10 Hospital of Choice by the American Alliance of Healthcare Providers (AAHCP). For more information on St. Luke's visit us on: