Nicole McCaughey, LNHA
Received B.S. from the University of Cincinnati, 1998
LNHA Core, Ohio State University 2003
Internship at Deupree Community 2001-2002
Nicole served as the assistant administrator at Golden Age Care Center, then served as the administrator for Morris Nursing Home in January of 2006. In April of 2007, Nicole came to Adams County Manor to serve as the administrator of both, Morris Nursing Home and Adams County Manor. She has an excellent survey history at both facilities, accumulating multiple Perfect Surveys, Perfect Life Safety Surveys, and many excellent Resident and Family Satisfaction Surveys. Both facilities have received 4 and 5 star ratings during her tenure. As of September 1, 2013, Nicole no longer overseen Morris Nursing Home, but solely focused on Adams County Manor. Nicole has been a major factor in developing our in-house therapy team and maintaining a high skilled census. Nicole continues to develop policies and strategies to ensure that all of our residents are provided with quality care and treated with the up most dignity and respect; she also creates a great working environment for employees. Nicole has one son, Aidan, and in her spare time, she enjoys going to Aidan’s sporting events, riding her horse, Ryder, and playing volleyball. She also brings her Chihauhau, Winnie, to work on some days.
Jennifer Newman RN, DON
Received LPN from Scioto County Joint Vocational School, 2004
Received RN from Rio Grande University, 2012
Jennifer became the Director of Nursing at Adams County Manor in July of 2014. Prior to accepting this position, Jennifer served in an administrative role with Adams County Manor as the MDS Coordinator and Clinical Manager since 2008. Jennifer has been in the healthcare field since 1999, receiving her Phlebotomy license and LPN license. She has served as a Phlebotomist, Charge Nurse, and Ancillary Nurse. Jennifer has gained a wide array of experience and education throughout her years in healthcare. Among the specialties that she brings to our team are wound care, Alzheimer’s disease, pain management, leadership skills, person centered care, MDS, geriatric nursing, behavior management and much more. When Jennifer is not at Adams County Manor she enjoys spending time with her family. She has been married to her husband Mike since 2002. Together they have two boys, Austin and Andrew. She also enjoys being outdoors, reading and sports.
Mary has been with Adams County Manor since 1989; she started as a charge nurse and worked her way up to being the MDS nurse until 1997. She left temporarily to work for Hospice of Hope until 1999. In 1999, she came back to run the STNA program at our sister facility, Morris Nursing Home, which is now at ACM. Then in 2005, she officially came back to Adams County Manor as the Health Services Supervisor. In Mary’s spare time, she enjoys spending time with her four children and she stays busy with her three granddaughters.
Marti Knauff, LPN
Marti became the Director of Admissions and Social Services in 2007; she also works at our sister facility, Morris Nursing Home. Prior to accepting this position Marti served as an ACM charge nurse when she came here in April of 2005 and later the MDS Coordinator. Before ACM, Marti worked at Eastgate Springs, Cedar Works, and at ACRMC; she has served for many positions, including a home health nurse, unit manager, occupational nurse, and a charge nurse. In Marti’s spare time, she likes to spend time with her grandchildren, refinish furniture, and is an agent with a local Real Estate Company.
Teresa Louden, PTA
Received Associate’s Degree in Physical Therapy from The University of Cincinnati, 1987
Teresa started working in healthcare right out of college, from employment at a Jewish Hospital to position at Rehab Options. In February of 2016, Teresa accepted her position as Rehab Manager at Adams County Manor, where she will lead our therapy team. Teresa has a loving husband and three children. When she is not at work, she enjoys gardening, raising flowers, swimming in the pool, or exercising in the gym.
Ann Carlin, PT, DPT
Received BS in Exercise Science at Marquette University in 2005
Received Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Marquette University in 2007
Ann became a physical therapist for Adams County Manor in January of 2015. Initially Ann worked in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital until she returned home to care for her grandmother. She has been working with the geriatric population since 2008 in skilled nursing, long-term care, outpatient, and most recently home health. In Ann’s spare time, she enjoys playing with her four dogs and five cats, a true animal lover.
Amy Watkins, OTR/L
Received Bachelor’s Degree from The Ohio State University, Magna Cum Laude 2004
Amy has been working in healthcare since she graduated from college. She worked at Life Care Hospitals of Dayton in the long-term and acute care hospital for five years, then Batavia Nursing Care Center for one year. From there, she started working for Adams County Manor in mid-2009 and has been with us ever since. Amy likes to spend time with her husband and two children; she also likes to run and cross-train.
Rick has been the Operations Manager for Adams County Manor and its Sister Facility, Morris Nursing Home, for over thirty years. Rick has worked all of his life from working on the farm to serving as a Fiscal Control Officer in the Human Resources department. In 1980 he made his debut in Healthcare when he began serving as the Business Office Supervisor for Brown County Hospital. He was brought into the Family owned company in 1982, by the original owner and brother, Ben Houser, to be the operations manager of both facilities. Rick has been married to his wife, Sharon; they have two children and three grandchildren. His two children, Brendan and Meghan also work for Morris Nursing Home and Adams County Manor. Rick is also a Licensed Real Estate Broker, Owner and Operator of Houser Realty in Bethel, Ohio, and he writes stories and articles for the Peoples Defender out of West Union, Ohio.
Charles D. Miller, M.D.
Dr. Charles Miller has an orthopedic practice with concentrations in adult reconstructive, sports, and trauma. He is known for taking time with his patients and trying to make his patients as comfortable and knowledgeable about their medical condition as possible. He completed his medical degree at The Ohio State University– College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. His residency was completed at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital in the Orthopedic Residency Program. He completed his internship at the Naval Regional Medical Center in the Family Practice Residency Program. He is certified in the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and American College of Surgeons. He has many hospital and school affiliations.
Sabir Quraishi, M.D.
Received Medical Degree at S.N. Agra Medical College in Agra, India
Completed Internship and Residency at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton, Ohio
Dr. Quraishi provides patient care in the Medical Surgical/Observation Unit of the Adams County Regional Medical Center. His physician office is located at 25800 SR 41, Peebles, Ohio. He is certified by The American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Quraishi has been the Medical Director at Adams County Manor since January 2004.
Cherry R. Cousins, RN, NP
Received Master’s Degree from University of Cincinnati in 2012
Cherry has been in healthcare since an early age. She initially worked as a critical care and emergency room registered nurse, but decided to move forward and obtain her master’s degree from University of Cincinnati in 2012. She is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner, who has three years of experience in primary care. She is currently providing services to outpatient