Our Team, Staff | Nottingham Health & Rehabilitation | Olathe, KS, USA
The staff at Nottingham has years of experience and training to provide the best care possible.
Brian Barbeau, Executive Director
Abigael Malinda, Interim Director of Nursing & Healthcare Operations Manager
Susan Choge, MDS Coordinator
Jessica Armenta, Business Office Manager
Haley Brooks, Director of Community Relations
Lindsey Grossman, Activities Coordinator
Sarah Whealen, Therapy Director
Dr. Paul Hura, Medical Director
Dr. Paul Hura obtained his medical degree from St. George's University School of Medicine in Grenada and completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois. Dr. Hura has years of experience working with patients in the hospital and post-acute setting. In 2013, he was presented the Physician of the Year Award at St. Joseph Medical Center. Professionally, he has always enjoyed the diversity and challenges of inpatient care. He is currently a member of Kansas City Medicine Partners.
Dr. Heather Anderson, Neurologist
Dr. Heather Anderson, Neurologist, is a graduate of the University or Kansas School of Medicine where she also completed her Residency Program and Fellowship. For over 10 years her clinical practice focused on the evaluation and treatment of neurologic disease in older adults, particularly in the area of dementia and memory loss. Dr. Anderson is board certified through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is currently a member of Kansas City Medicine Partners.
Dr. Beth Shelton, Physiatrist
Dr. Beth Shelton has been Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation since 2010. She graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine with academic distinction and then continued her residency program at the University of Kentucky. Her work experienced includes Medical Director of an acute inpatient rehabilitation unit as well as an outpatient clinic. She specialises in treating pain from many different sources such as joints, bones, and muscles and how an injury or illness affects how a person moves and functions.