How is Touchmark Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Different?
It all starts with the right people in the right environment. Though Touchmark’s Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing neighborhood is fully equipped and licensed to provide quality, compassionate care, it feels more like home than other clinical spaces. Touchmark is a full-service retirement community, which means we approach our services from a hospitality perspective. When you need specialized care, Touchmark is here to provide a more intimate, person-centered experience.
You’ll get to know your care team members on a personal level, just as they will learn about you, your preferences, needs, interests, and background. At Touchmark, you’re more than just a name on a chart, you’re our new friend who we can’t wait to meet and assist.
Meet Your Administrator
Danni Orne is Touchmark’s Skilled Nursing Administrator and a tenacious health care development leader with extensive experience driving significant growth and propelling operational stabilization efforts. She is a dedicated business development specialist with a proven record reducing rehospitalizations, recruiting and retaining top talent, enhancing compliance adherence, and minimizing expenses.
Danni is also a change management director with five-star CMS rating under licensure who thrives in challenging situations and demonstrates commitment to excellence for continued success. She has a Master’s in Public Administration from Seattle University, a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from Eastern Washington University, and a licensed nursing home administrator. Previously, she served as executive director for several long-term care organizations.
“My great-grandfather, a WWI veteran, was poorly cared for in a facility at the age of 96, and it broke my young heart. I vowed at that time to make a difference. I am able accomplish this by doing what is right by the resident every time. Secondly, I keep myself and my staff abreast of the expectations from residents, families, providers, partners, and regulatory bodies. Lastly, I hold myself and my staff accountable for these expectations and take any shortcomings as golden opportunities to learn and improve always. My passion is providing compassionate care that promotes quality of life and satisfaction for residents.”
- Danni Orne