Meet Our Team

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Heather Moquin, Administrator

Heather most recently joined the MCNH team in February 2022 but she was first employed by the county in 1989 as a trainee nursing assistant. After completing an AD/RN program at NHTI Concord she left MCNH and worked for several years as a home health RN.  Heather later returned to Long Term Care as an agency RN working in several local nursing homes, including MCNH. She joined Genesis Healthcare in 2004 and worked in a number of leadership roles, including Staff RN, Unit Manager and Director of Nursing.  Heather completed undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Granite State College in 2011 and subsequently became a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator.  In 2021 she graduated from Plymouth State University with a degree of Master of Business Administration. Just prior to returning to MCNH Heather worked at New Hampshire Hospital, initially as Chief Operating Officer (2018) and then Chief Executive Officer (2020-2022).

Returning to MCNH as the Nursing Home Administrator has been a privilege for Heather, bringing her “full circle” in her career and allowing her to be part of a team that values quality and excellence in Long Term Care. 
Contact Heather: (603) 796-3213

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Ross Johnson, Assistant Administrator
I have been working for Merrimack County since January, 2009. In my time here, I have worn many managerial “hats”. I started in the Housekeeping Department, where I assumed the Director role, then progressed into the Food Service Director position, followed by a long stint as the Purchasing Manager, for the County. In early 2022, I was offered the position of Assistant Administrator, here at MCNH. I am so proud of the work we do and the Resident care we provide, always supporting our mission of “Promoting Excellence”. This facility has always created a home-like environment for both staff and residents alike; it’s what has kept me here all these years. I look forward to growing and developing with the facility as long-term care progresses into a new era, and supporting our team here at MCNH, as we continue to provide the best quality care in the State of New Hampshire. 
Contact Ross: (603) 796-3210

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Jennifer Stevens, Admissions Manager
Jen began her career at Merrimack County Nursing Home in 2022 as the Admissions Manager, but her career in the healthcare setting began back in 1987. Working with the older generation is something that has always been near and dear to her heart from an early age. Jen earned her Bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science with a concentration in Social Work from Granite State College in 2004. She has worked doing admissions in nursing homes since 2005. When not at work, Jen enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.
Contact Jennifer:(603) 796-3219

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Cathy Murdough, Administrator (Assisted Living)
Cathy has always enjoyed working in Geriatrics.  She became a Nurse in 2010 and shortly after, started working at the MCNH. Cathy has worked as a Charge Nurse, Staff Development and now as the Administrator of Gerrish Manor.  She holds  certifications in IV's as well as a BLS instructor. In her time away from work Cathy enjoys camping, jeeping and hanging out with her four grandchildren.
Contact Cathy: (603) 796-3239

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Stacey Daitch, Director of Nursing
Stacey has been the Director of Nursing at MCNH for 16 years.  Geriatrics has always been her passion.  She oversee all clinical areas of the facility and works with the nursing management team to coordinate all resident care needs.  Stacey oversee the facility QA Director, Staff Educator and Infection Preventionist.  She received her Associate's Degree from New Hampshire Technical Institute and her Bachelor's from Springfield College. Stacey has completed the CDC Nursing Home Infection Preventionist Certification and work as a per diem as a long term care legal nurse consultant.  In her free time she enjoys walking, hiking and watching her daughter play college hockey.
Contact Stacey: (603) 796 - 3221

Assistant Director of Nursing

Contact Lori: (603) 796-3224

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Dr. Sarah Glover, Medical Director
Dr. Glover grew up in Merrimack County.  She attended Bucknell University, then completed a summer research internship at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, before starting at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Dr. Glover completed a traditional rotating internship and Internal Medicine residency at POH Regional Medical Center in Michigan.  Returning to New Hampshire after residency, she worked as a hospitalist, then a primary care physician before joining the medical staff at Merrimack County Nursing Home.  

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Billie Anderson, ARNP
Billie Anderson is a nurse practitioner specializing in internal medicine. She joined the MCNH medical staff in December 2022. Billie completed her bachelor's in nursing at the University of Wyoming in 2002. She completed her master's degree as an adult acute care nurse practitioner in 2011 at the University of Massachusetts-Worcester. Billie completed her doctor of nursing practice in 2019 at the University of New Hampshire. She has worked in long-term care for several years, and has spent a great deal of time working in acute care as well. Billie enjoys spending time outdoors, riding her bicycle, and spending time with her husband on weekend adventures.

Amanda Alley, Director of Social Services
Amanda has worked at MCNH for six years as a Social Worker for the 3 North and Young Adult Units. Amanda completed her Bachelor’s degree at Champlain College in Burlington, VT, where the “upside down” curriculum put her, and her fellow students, into the field in the first year. She obtained her Masters of Social Work degree from the University of New England in 2017 and was hired at MCNH shortly after. Amanda loves working with our aging population and always gets a kick out of the stories that they tell, no matter how unbelievable! Working with families and residents to make sure that their needs are met and care is provided at the highest level is very important to her. When not at work, Amanda loves to garden, kayak, read, and spend time with her family.
Contact Amanda:(603) 796 -3201


Lori Dresser, Director of Recreation
Lori has worked in the nursing home's recreation department for the past 18 years. She has been working with the senior population since 1993. Lori grew up in Newport, N.H. and attended National Louis University in Evanston, IL. She became an activities director certified (ADC) in 2013. Lori has always had a great love for the elderly, so choosing this field a few decades ago was not a hard decision. Outside of work she loves to work around the house and spend time with her Westie (West Highland Terrier). Lori has always told her staff members if an idea for an activity works with the budget and is safe, then let's make it happen.
Contact Lori: (603) 796-3285

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Bruce Bourbeau,
Director or Rehabilitation Services

Bruce Bourbeau is the Director of Rehabilitation Service with Healthpro-Heritage. He has more than 15 years of experience leading interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams in long term care settings. Bruce is a treating therapist who leads by example and encourages his team to think creatively, promoting problem solving and collaboration. Bruce and his team are committed to achieving the highest level of function and independence for patients and residents. He focuses on an interdisciplinary approach that includes strong working relationships and communication with the facility leadership team and nursing departments.   

Contact Bruce: (603) 796 - 3246

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Sherrie Kneeland, Director of Food Services
Sherrie joined Merrimack County Nursing Home in 2003; she began her career here while she was in high school as a dietary aide washing dishes. Her career here has included various roles over the years, including dietary supervisor, executive chef / assistant director of dietary and ultimately, the food service director. Sherrie attended Becker College and continued her education to become a Certified Dietary Manager (CDM) in 2020. Her grandmother had always been one of the most special people in her life, the senior living environment proved to be the place Sherrie could really make a difference. She quickly realized the joy she could bring with food from the heart and the connection to each individual resident.She has been happily married to her husband, Chris, for 10 years and has two amazing daughters, Katelyn and Olivia. Her proudest accomplishments are her children.

Contact Sherrie: (603) 796- 3230