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Park Springs Welcomes Debra Morgan as Cobblestone’s New Administrator

Park Springs, the award-winning continuing care retirement community in Stone Mountain, welcomes Debra Morgan, the new administrator for Cobblestone.

Park Springs' Executive Director, Jason Cronk, is pleased to welcome Debra Morgan, the new Administrator for Cobblestone. She started on October 29 with a week of orientation at the corporate offices of Park Springs' management company, LCS, in Des Moines, IA.  Debra brings with her more than 29 years of experience in Long Term Care and is a licensed nursing home administrator in Georgia. 

Debra began her career in long term care focusing on financial reimbursement and became a nursing home administrator in 1991 while working at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center for eleven years.  In 1995, she moved to East Tennessee as the Administrator of a sub-acute transitional care center for nine years.  In 2006, Debra moved back to Georgia taking a position as the Director of Health Services at Carlyle Place, a continuing care retirement community in Macon, Georgia. 

As a licensed Administrator, Debra’s duties include oversight of the daily operations of The Bridges, Cobblestone’s Assisted Living Residences, Julia’s Suite, Cobblestone’s Memory Care Residences, and Pebblebrook, Cobblestone’s skilled nursing center. 

Debra is a member of the American College of Health Care Administrators where she received her professional certification in 1997.  She also received a CASP (Certified Aging Service Professional) certification from the University of North Texas in 2008.

Debra’s mission has always been to serve the senior population with quality care and services.

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