Charleston, W.Va. – Matthew Grubb has a smile and laugh that can get his patients to work just a little harder and be closer to reaching their goals. As a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA), Grubb works with patients regain skills they will need at home and in public places after receiving at a skilled nursing center.
His leadership and commitment to excellence in this field has earned Grubb the Individual Excellence in Therapy Award from the West Virginia Health Care Association (WVHCA).
"Matthew's total commitment to help our residents achieve their highest functional level is truly unparalleled," said Brad Bevins, executive director for Hillcrest Health Care Center. “His leadership, commitment to excellence, love and compassion for our patients makes him truly worthy of this award.”
Grubb is focused on patient outcomes. He is a team player that works with the patient’s family and the center’s clinical teams to ensure the patient receives tremendous care and achieve their highest functional level.
“What sets Matt apart is his commitment to meeting the patient’s maximum quality of life through creative rehabilitation services and understanding how congruent a maintained functional level of mobility and overall quality of life in the SNF are,” said Matthew Campbell, regional director for Lifetree Therapy company.
AMFM operates 18 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout West Virginia. They operate in Braxton, Boone, Clay, Cabell, Summers, Fayette, Hardy, Greenbrier, Webster, Wayne, McDowell, Lincoln, Wyoming, Harrison (Clarksburg & Bridgeport), Marshall, Taylor and Mercer counties.
AMFM’s mission is “to exemplify excellence in quality care to our customers by providing an environment that enhances personal growth, individuality, dignity and respect.”