The Village at Manor Park names new president/CEO – Midland Reporter-Telegram

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Stephen Nelson

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The board of trustees at The Village at Manor Park has named Stephen Nelson its president and CEO, effective Sept. 1. He succeeds Alan Hale, who will retire on Sept. 3, after more than 25 years of service to Manor Park.

As president and CEO, Nelson will oversee The Village at Manor Park, which offers six levels of care across their 93-acre campus, serving almost 600 residents daily in independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care support. The Village at Manor Park, according to a news release, is committed to serving senior adults by providing them quality homes, health care services, programs and activities. Their vision is to be a vibrant retirement community in which all residents live life to the fullest.

Nelson is an accomplished senior long-term health care administrator and continuous improvement professional. Nelson has dedicated more than 10 years to Manor Park and most recently served as its chief healthcare officer. He is an innovative, talented and results-driven achiever and trusted advisor with excellent business acumen and broad organizational management experience, according to the news release.

Nelson’s academic credentials include a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of the Southwest in Hobbs, New Mexico. He serves on the board of directors for Hospice of Midland as well as on the advisory council for Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Permian Basin. He is on the board of directors for LeadingAge Texas as well as the Peer Group Co-Chair for LeadingAge Texas Administrators. In addition, Nelson is the chair of the board of directors for LeadingCare Network Texas.

“On behalf of the Manor Park board of trustees, it is my pleasure to introduce Stephen Nelson as the incoming president/CEO. We feel strongly that his energy, enthusiasm and vision will help guide us as we begin this new chapter.”  said Karmen Bryant, board chair Manor Park

“I am honored and grateful for the opportunity to serve the residents and staff in this new role and look forward to the future of Manor Park,” Nelson said.