This translates into residents having the same direct caregiver at all times thus fostering a relationship of familiarity and trust. Our team is comprised of professional and dedicated individuals, many of whom have been a part of the Mount Holly family for a number of years.
Lauren Pote, Administrator at Mount Holly Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center started her journey in healthcare over 10 years ago. Her career began in a hospital setting working as the Employee Relations Business Partner where she developed a strategic partnership of each department within the hospital focusing on employee relations. She attained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Penn State University. Lauren wanted to further her education in the healthcare industry in hopes to make a difference in the lives of others, with a focus on the geriatric population and furthered her education when she obtained her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Kings College. Thereafter, she completed her Administrator In Training program at a Subacute Rehab facility where she was promoted to Assistant Administrator. Onward Lauren went as she attained her Nursing Home Administrator license in 2019. Lauren acquired her first building as an Administrator in 2019 and has never looked back. Now at Mount Holly as the Administrator, she serves as the backbone to her leadership team to strive for the best outcomes in care and compassion to all of the patients and residents here at Mount Holly Rehab.
Director of Rehabilitation
Ada Reath-Gilson of Reliant Rehabilitation is a new member of the Mount Holly rehabilitation team. She has 33 years of experience with a vast knowledge of Sub-acute, LTC and Home Therapy. Ada is an advocate for our NJ seniors and has been to Trenton to lobby for them. Ada is also active in the Alzheimer Association walks throughout N.J. With her advanced knowledge of skilled nursing rehabilitation, Ada joins our dynamic team as the director of rehabilitation. Ada is excited to be a part of the Mount Holly community where she can bring her experience in subacute rehabilitation, as well as her management skills to enhance our rehabilitation program.
Director of Nursing
Nikina Diedrick (Nikki) started her healthcare career in 2002 as a cna for Genesis Health Systems. In 2004 Nikki became an LPN with Kresson View center and continued there as a charge nurse until 2006. In 2006 Nikki became vent and trach certified and worked in Camden on a Trach/Vent unit. She furthered her career at ManorCare in 2008 working in various roles such as shift supervisor and Unit manager until 2018. In 2019 Nikki completed her degree for her RN. In 2019 she furthered her career to become a memory care unit manager at Advanced Subacute and transitioned to ADON. In 2021 Nikki returned to Promedica (Manorcare) as Director of Nursing and continued until she was offered an amazing opportunity at Mount Holly Rehab Center as Director of Nursing in 2023.
Shara’s healthcare career began in 2012 in which she served in various leadership roles in the healthcare industry, with a long-term care and sub-acute rehab focus. She joined the Marquis family in 2022 as an Admissions Coordinator and now serves as the Director of Admissions at Mount Holly Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. In this position, Shara works closely with patients and their loved ones during the admission process and up until discharge to ensure the coordination of services to provide patients with high quality, comprehensive and focused services that improve care and quality of life. Shara enjoys assisting patients, families, and residents alike with their needs in any way she can. She enjoys touring the facility with patients as well as their families and providing information regarding the benefits of selecting Mount Holly Center for their needs. She brings her previous experience, a willingness to learn, as well as a passion to make a difference in the lives of others.