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Julie Moyer-Rupenski builds businesses. Not with brick and mortar, or spreadsheets and forecasts. She provides the most valuable building block—people. Early in her career, she realized successful long-term care facilities were built on the minds and hearts of administrators and clinicians who, like her, view elder care as a professional calling. Julie has gained national recognition by providing the long-term care industry with staffing solutions for executive, senior and mid level managers.
Her interest in eldercare, particularly for Alzheimer’s patients, was the driving force behind Julie’s decision to study Gerontology at the University of South Florida. After graduation, she chose nursing home administration as the career that would allow her to have greatest impact on the lives of the elderly. At age 25, she held her first position in nursing home administration. Two years later, she was named Administrator of the Year by Unicare (Extended Care) for the southeastern region.
She saw a growing need for professional personnel in the long-term healthcare industry at both the community and executive level. When she opened the doors at MedBest in 2001, Julie was on the leading edge of specialization that would become a trend over the next decade. At that time, MedBest was one of the first healthcare recruiting services to work exclusively in the long-term care industry.
During the last decade, Julie made it her personal and professional mission to place qualified people in positions where they have the greatest impact. “We place people who are so well matched so they can go on to make tremendous strides in their new positions, building those businesses and providing the highest level of care for their residents,” she explained. Julie is a core trained, licensed nursing home administrator. Among her professional affiliations are the Florida Health Care Association and the American Health Care Association. She utilizes regional and national training conferences to keep abreast of operational, legislative, regulatory and financial standards in the long-term care industry. Chief among these are the conferences and training sessions sponsored by the National Investment Center (NIC). She and her 10-person staff have ongoing relationships with employer and employee clients nationwide.
Emphasis on Senior Living, Healthcare Administration, Assisted Living, Independent Living, Skilled Nursing, Home Health Care, CCRC, Non-Profit, Interim Personnel, Healthcare Recruiting, Divisional, Corporate, Regional, NHA, Executive Director, Director of Nursing, Nursing Administration, Unit Manager, MDS Coordinator, Resident Service Director, Life Enrichment Coordinator, Staff Development, Education, Training, Business Office Manager, Sales and Marketing, and Human Resources.