Meet our team

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Brent Meyers, Administrator

Brent Meyers has been with Montello Care Center for 12 years. He was hired in September of 2001 and has nearly 3 decades of experience in the healthcare field. He wanted to be part of a group that helps other people and makes a difference in peoples' lives. He chose to be an Administrator because no two days at work are ever the same. He has been an Administrator for 17 years. His hobbies are golfing, fine art, woodworking, and antiques.

Ken Miner, Director of Nursing

“I wanted to help people. I saw what healthcare in long term care was like and I wanted to make a difference for patients and residents and their families. I think it's important to bring respect and dignity to the job and to people. I enjoy teaching others how to treat people in the work place." Ken's personal iunterests include woodworking, spending time with his grandchildren, reading, crafts, speaking to groups, and singing.

Peg Kraemer, Director of Therapy Services

Peg started her therapy career as a physical therapist assistant in 1982. She has been the director of therapy services at Montello Care Center since 1998. Peg enjoys treating the diverse population of inpatient, rehab, and outpatient cliental to promote the progression of functional mobility of her patients and to improve their quality of life. She enjoys assisting her therapy team to provide the highest level of care. Peg oversees our 14-member therapy staff who specialize in physical, speech, and occupational therapies, and other modalities.

Megan Spencer, Director of Social Services

Megan was hired in April of 2010 and has over a decade of experience in the healthcare field. She loves working with people and believes that being able to help someone is very rewarding. Working in the healthcare field lets her meet new people daily. Making sure people are happy and having their needs met is something she strives for. Her personal interests are golf, hunting, softball, family and gardening. She is currently a student attending school for a human services degree.