Meet Board Member Jessica Hall

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Meet Board Member Jessica Hall
Jessica Hall with her husband Sean and daughter Addison. (Photo : Submitted photo)

For three years, Jessica Hall worked at Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH) as part of the Health Links project. Her role was to ensure connected care for patients with complex needs, as they moved from the hospital to community services and even long-term care. She says she learned a lot about the local area and the care being provided. Now she is bringing that and other experience to Dundas Manor as the newest member of the Rural Healthcare Innovations (RHI) Board of Directors.

“As part of my job, I spent time at Dundas Manor,” Jessica says. “Now I want to give back and provide knowledge and support in any way I can. Supporting seniors is always at the heart of what I do.”

Jessica has 18 years of healthcare experience across several sectors including long-term care, hospital, primary care, community care, pharmaceuticals, and health technology. She started her career working at a long-term care home in Kemptville during high school and her Mom still works there.

Jessica is currently a Senior Health Business Consultant with TELUS Health, providing clinical input for content developed within Telus’s Electronic Medical Record. She is a Registered Practical Nurse with a Bachelor of Healthcare Administration.

Jessica says she is excited about the new Dundas Manor, which will start construction this fall: “The need is clear, and the new facilities will provide extra room and many upgrades for the residents. It’s san exciting time to join the Board.”

Originally from Ottawa, Jessica and her family have called the Kemptville area home for the past 20 years. She currently lives in Oxford Station with her husband Sean and daughter Addison. In her spare time, Jessica likes to cook, garden, swim, ice fish and spend time with family.

“Thank you to Jessica for taking on this volunteer role. Her expertise is a wonderful addition to the Board,” notes CEO Cholly Boland. “And thank you to Tracy Crowder and Doug Thompson for their years of service on the Dundas Manor Board.  All our community volunteers make an incredible impact at Dundas Manor.”

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