Myatt leads Williston Rehab

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By The Staff

Williston Rehabilitation and Nursing Center announces the appointment of Sue Myatt as its new administrator.

Myatt has worked in the field of long-term care for 27 years. In addition to a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and a Masters of Science degree in Education, she received over 2000 hours of training to become a nursing home administrator in Virginia.

That was 17 years ago, and until a recent vacation to Florida, she had enjoyed working in nursing homes both large and small in coastal Virginia. But after a visit to a friend in Florida, she decided, “This is where I want to be.” She is settling in Chiefland, where she has found both a house and a beagle that needs adopting.

Myatt has two sons, both of whom were Eagle Scouts. Her elder son is applying to graduate school in Physical Therapy at the University of South Florida while the younger son pursues a Criminal Justice degree at a community college in northern Virginia. She credits the Eagle Scout program and the research required for merit badges with opening her sons up to a wide range of interesting career possibilities.

Myatt says that with all the renovations at Williston Rehab, the newly redecorated dementia unit, and the expansion of out-patient services, this is an exciting time to be coming on board at the nursing center.

Several years ago, under different management, Williston Rehabilitation and Nursing Center was known as Oakview.