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February 6, 2019 – Michelle Rosenheim has been appointed to the State Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators.  Governor Larry Hogan made the appointment on January 22.  Rosenheim is the Executive Director of The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant and is a licensed nursing home administrator.

The State Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators is responsible for licensing and certifying nursing home administrators; receiving and hearing complaints against individual nursing home administrators; and setting standards for nursing home administrators.  The panel consists of thirteen members, six of which must be licensed nursing home administrators, who are appointed by the Governor with the advice of the Secretary and the Senate.  Rosenheim’s term runs through April 2022.

“I’m looking forward to increasing and applying my knowledge and experience in the field of aging services,” she said.  “What an honor to serve the State and my profession.”

Rosenheim, who has two decades of experience in senior living management, is also a certified preceptor of the nursing home Administrator-In-Training Program.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management with a minor in Business Administration from Towson University.

The Lutheran Village at Miller’s Grant is a faith based not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Ellicott City with 205 apartments, 36 homes, 20 assisted living suites and 12 nursing beds off Frederick Road next to the Charles E. Miller Library.  Miller’s Grant opened in February 2016 and is currently home to nearly 375 residents.  For more information visit www.MillersGrant.org.

 

Above: Howard County Sheriff Marcus Harris (left) and Clerk of the Court Wayne Robey (right) presented Michelle Rosenheim with a proclamation from Governor Larry Hogan to mark the start of her Board term.