Megan is the Director of Nursing for Old Cheney Rehabilitation. Megan was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She received a full-ride academic scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas where she was a starting goalkeeper for the Razorback’s soccer team. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Biology. Upon returning to Nebraska, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Creighton University.
Megan started her nursing career at St. Elizabeth’s Regional Medical Center on the Progressive Care Unit. Her favorite part of nursing and top career priority has always been exceptional patient care. She very much enjoyed the fast-paced atmosphere and caring for the critically ill patients. Some of her other fondest memories were her years as a Clinical Staff Instructor, which gave her the opportunity to serve as a professional mentor, educator, and resource in the development of clinical nursing practices for nursing students in their final year of school. This was one of the first stepping stones in her transition into nursing management, serving as a Nurse Manager in several skilled rehab settings along the way. Megan enjoys building an exceptional team by educating and encouraging all of her staff in order to provide the highest level of clinical care and customer service.
Megan lives in Lincoln with her husband and their three active boys. She enjoys watching her boys play sports, such as football and soccer. She hopes to teach all of them to play racquetball, as she was once the #1 ranked junior racquetball player in the nation and a member of the U.S. Junior National Racquetball team. She loves spending time outdoors with her family, especially at Lake of the Ozarks, where they enjoy boating, hiking, fishing, swimming, and 4-wheeling with the boys.
Kasey is our Director of Rehabilitation. Prior to opening Old Cheney she was the Director of our sister facility in Omaha. She has her doctorate in physical therapy from Nebraska Medical Center and completed her undergraduate degrees at Creighton University. She is passionate about fall risk reduction and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Kasey loves to use her clinical skills and creative problem solving to help patients and families meet their goals.
When she isn’t working she’s chasing her twins around with her husband.