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Charleston, W.Va. – Matthew Campbell, Regional Director for Lifetree Therapy Company (LTC), has been chosen by the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) as a future leader in long-term care and post-acute care. Campbell will join the Association’s Future Leaders program, a year-long program that offers training and guidance for long-term and post-acute care professionals.

LTC is the exclusive therapy provider for American Medical Facilities Management (AMFM) 17 centers throughout West Virginia.

“AHCA/NCAL is dedicated to offering skilled nursing professionals who are providing high quality care the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills,” said Mark Parkinson, President &CEO of AHCA/NCAL. “We look forward to seeing Matthew and the entire Future Leaders class apply these newly-acquired skills to improve the well-being of individuals within long term and post-acute care.”

Campbell has worked in multiple states and has crossed the adult health care spectrum of skilled nursing care, acute care, outpatient, home health and hospice care. He has developed speech language pathology (SLP) programs in several health care settings and has served on the public relations and education committees with the West Virginia Health Care Association (WVHCA).

Campbell has a Bachelors and Masters of Science in Communication Disorders from Marshall University.

Since 2004, AHCA/NCAL has hosted long term and post-acute care professionals in the Future Leaders program. Selected participants both demonstrate leadership potential and represent the interests of both state and national long term care providers. The program covers the latest theories and practical applications in quality management, customer satisfaction, and leadership. The year-long program kicks off with a two-day symposium, “Future Leaders of Long Term Care in America,” held each year in Washington, D.C. This year’s symposium will take place September 13 - 15, 2017.

About AMFM:
AMFM operates 17 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 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.”