Administrator, Stoddard Baptist Nursing Home
Mary Savoy, a Registered Nurse, is a health care and management professional with 30 years of service to seniors throughout the metropolitan area. For the last 25 years, her work has focused specifically on care for the District’s senior populations at all levels of subacute and long-term care: skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, assisted living, long-term care and memory support. She attained significant recognition in earlier career roles as a clinical nurse, quality assurance manager and Director of Nursing, having earned distinction as Nurse of the Year from the D.C. Health Care Association. In 2005, she led her team to the city’s only deficiency-free survey conducted by the D.C. Health Department and the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In 2012, Ms. Savoy received her license as Nursing Home Administrator. She has served in that capacity in three 5-star, long-term care communities where she demonstrated competence in maintaining regulatory compliance, systems development, policy interpretation and implementation, workforce development and budget management (including a $3M renovation initiative). Her management philosophy embodies an intentional emphasis on compassionate customer service, communication, staff development and accountability for quality outcomes. In addition to nursing, Ms. Savoy holds an undergraduate degree in Organizational Development and a graduate degree in Management. She has enjoyed membership and board-level participation in local and national associations.
Dr. Rosalind Wright, DNP, RN-BC, RAC-CT, CNHA, Fellow
Executive Director of Clinical Services Operations and Support
Dr. Wright has over thirty years of progressive leadership, clinical, health policy and management experience. Her experiences have spanned over various health care delivery systems and Academia. She has led several organizations to a five-star rating with recognition by the U.S. News and World Report and the National AHCA Bronze and Silver quality awards. In 2012, she was recognized as the D.C. Nursing Home Administrator of the Year and nationally awarded the American College Healthcare Facility Leadership Award. Her accomplishments have gained her recognition as the only D.C. Nursing Facility with no Clinical Deficiencies in 2014. Dr. Wright has lectured at various Universities, Colleges and at Local and National conventions. Additionally, she is an expert in the legal review of the Medical Record. She serves on various Local and National organizations, on several choirs at her church and on the Health Ministry, where they were awarded a Community Service Award in 2016. She also received an Executive Citation and Certificate of Merit because of her faithfulness and service to the community in March of 2017. Dr. Wright holds a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.