LeVeck named new administrator in Ohio


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BEAVERCREEK – Salo Inc. has named Amy LeVeck, of Beavercreek as the Administrator of the Dayton and Springfield, Ohio branch after holding several roles in the healthcare industry.

“Amy fits in seamlessly with our team of hard working, dedicated employees, as she brings more than a decade of experience in the healthcare industry with her. We believe she will continue to elevate the Dayton branch and take our performance to the next level,” said Tom DiMarco, CEO of Salo Inc. “We recognize the impact that our services have on local communities, which is why we ensure that every new employee is passionate about the work we do.”

Before joining the Salo Inc. team, LeVeck held many different roles in the healthcare field, most recently serving as the operations manager at a Dayton-based medical group. As the Dayton-Springfield Administrator, she will be responsible for managing and motivating her team, developing branch objectives and strategies, creating and communicating an effective branch business plan, and representing the core values of Interim HealthCare. Her day-to-day responsibilities include managing the routine operations of the branch, identifying opportunities for business development, and most importantly ensuring that consistent, quality service is provided to clients.

LeVeck obtained her bachelor of science degree in nursing from Wright State University in 2004. She is a registered nurse with more than a decade of experience in patient care, project management, process improvement, quality assurance and other operational roles.

Salo Inc. is the largest franchisee of national home healthcare company Interim HealthCare. Salo Inc. owns and operates 60 Interim HealthCare locations across five states – Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.

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