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For Immediate Release August 31, 2016

Kent County resident Gladys Peeples is the newest addition to the administrative staff of UM Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Stu Seitz, Center director has announced.

Peeples came on board in mid-July as admissions director at the 98-bed facility after several years working in customer service for USA Fulfillment. After a month of intensive training, she is excited to be taking on this new role and to be part of the Center's administrative team.

"I feel fortunate to have such a meaningful job, helping patients transition from acute care to rehab and also welcoming our long-term care and respite care patients," Peeples says. "Being in admissions, I keep in mind that I am the first face our patients and their family members see and I am very proud to represent the Center out in the community as well."

Already a familiar face in Kent County as an active participant in Hope Fellowship's community outreach programs and a former volunteer at Kent County Humane Society, Peeples and her husband, Don, came to Chestertown from Arnold, Md., in 2008. They are looking forward to moving to Kennedyville, Md., in the near future.

Gladys Peeples is the new admissions coordinator for UM Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at Chestertown.