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SLIGO, PA – The Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center welcomes Beverly Burkett as the facility’s new Nursing Home Administrator. She officially joined Clarview on May 23, 2022.


The public is invited to join our caring community in welcoming Beverly with a meet-and-greet on June 15, 2022, from 4-6 p.m., at the campus. In addition to meeting our new administrator, there will be facility tours and light snacks available.

Beverly is licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator and a Personal Care Home Administrator. The Brookville resident brings more than 30 years of care home administration experience on various levels to this position.


Beverly is coming to Clarview from Jefferson Manor, where she served as Admissions Director. Previously, she was the Administrator at WRC McKinley Health Center & Laurelbrooke Landing from 2018-20 and was the Administrator at Marion Manor Senior Living from 2016-18. In addition, she has served as the Assistant Administrator/Facility Financial Director at Ridgeview Elder Care & Rehabilitation Center, Business Office Manager at Highland View Health Care and began her career as an Office Coordinator, Nursing Administrative Assistant at Pennsylvania Memorial Home.


“I am excited to serve Clarview – its residents, staff and community – in this role,” she said. “Clarview is a great facility and has a rich tradition of serving a wonderful purpose. Speaking on behalf of myself and the staff, we feel it is our pleasure to provide a high level of care and dignity for those in utmost need. Expert care for residents is our priority.”

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Clarview Nursing & Rehabilitation Center provides quality care and services to the community and has done so for four decades. Clarview is committed to Clarion County and the surrounding region, and provides advanced medical care at our Skilled Nursing Center. We also offer a community for mature adults at Country Springs Personal Care, which provides a setting for seniors who require minimal assistance with their daily routines. https://www.clarviewnursing.com



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A reduction in hospital backlog due to a drop in COVID-19 cases has led the Pennsylvania Department of Health to remove Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center as a “regional decompression site.”

In January, Clarview was designated among only four long-term care facilities in the state to alleviate an excess of cases experienced by regional hospital partners. The care facility served as a decompression site to allow for a more rapid discharge of hospital patients who can be safely cared for in a nursing facility setting.

“We thank the DOH for having entrusted us with this responsibility; Clarview was proud to serve in this role and would do so again if needed,” said Clarview’s Interim Nursing Home Administrator Pam Fatigante. “Our leadership worked with state officials to quickly mobilize the decompression unit without impacting the care and services provided to our current residents and families.”

The remaining patients housed at Clarview through the decompression program will remain at the facility until discharged, according to the DOH.

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Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a skilled nursing facility licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. We provide assistance to individuals recovering from an illness, injury or hospital stay. Providing Outpatient Therapy, Outpatient Rehabilitation, and Skilled Nursing Care for individuals in our community. We are a non-profit organization which is governed by a volunteer board of directors.

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Updated: Feb 1

Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has partnered with the Pennsylvania Department of Health and FEMA in a new state-wide effort to launch regional sites that will expand long-term care capacity and alleviate the current backlog experienced by our regional hospital partners. Clarview will serve as a “regional decompression site,” to allow for more rapid discharge of hospital patients who can be safely cared for in a nursing facility setting.


Clarview has offered one of its unoccupied nursing units that is completely separate from our current residents’ unit, as a physical site for the regional efforts. Through the initiative, staff will be provided who will care for patients in the new unit, separate from the regular staff.


Clarview leadership has been working closely with state officials from The PA Department of Health and FEMA to quickly mobilize the decompression unit without impacting the care and services provided to our current residents and families. The government agencies will deploy all of the nursing staff as well as some ancillary department personnel to provide care on the decompression unit. The arrangement between Clarview and state officials has been intentionally structured to avoid putting any additional strain on our current Clarview team.

State officials anticipate operating regional decompression units for the next ninety (90) days.


“We feel this is one way that Clarview can play an active role in alleviating the current healthcare crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our local hospitals are full and experiencing difficulty in accommodating all who need care. Offering a vacant unit, separate our current residents, to assist the healthcare system in providing the right care at the right time in the right setting is a contribution that Clarview can provide to assist in this state-wide effort,” said Mary Louise Logue of the Clarview Board of Directors.


The Clarview Board of Directors' role in facilitating this partnership will benefit the community at large by alleviating the current challenges experienced by those who need hospital care to ensure they receive the necessary care and services at the time they are needed.

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Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a skilled nursing facility licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. We provide assistance to individuals recovering from an illness, injury or hospital stay. Providing Outpatient Therapy, Outpatient Rehabilitation, and Skilled Nursing Care for individuals in our community. We are a non-profit organization which is governed by a volunteer board of directors.

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