The Village at Marymount was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis and offers a continuing care community located on the Marymount Intergenerational Health and Education Campus, 5200 Marymount Village Drive in Garfield Heights, Ohio.
The Village at Marymount is composed of Marymount Place, a three-story inviting facility with 104 suites, offering assisted living services; and Villa St. Joseph, opened in 2007 consisting of 142 suites offering skilled and intermediate nursing care, short-term rehabilitation; and Memory Care neighborhoods. Clare Hall features palliative and hospice care.
Meet Our Talented Team
Jeffry A. Myers – President
Jeff has served as The Village at Marymount’s Chief Operating Officer since 2005 and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and Nursing Home Administrator. Jeff is a graduate of John Carroll University and is a charter member of the Garfield Heights Kiwanis Club. He serves as Treasurer of Cleveland’s Catholic Community Connection.
Under Jeff’s leadership, The Village at Marymount consistently receives superior quality star ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, is listed in U.S. News and World Report as a Best Nursing Home, is a NorthCoast 99 winner for the past five years and received the American Health Care Association’s Silver and Bronze Baldrige Quality awards in 2015 and 2014, respectively.
Suzanne Nall, RN – Executive Director
Businesses want a strong, dynamic leader who embodies trustworthiness, high self-esteem, optimism, and focus. For more than 20 years, Sue Nall has embraced these traits as Executive Director at The Village at Marymount. A graduate of The Ohio State University, Sue spearheaded several innovative programs that have enabled The Village at Marymount to continue its leadership in the assisted living/long-term care industry.
Working with Medtronic, Sue helped to develop and implement a comprehensive FDA-approved overactive bladder treatment initiative. This initiative is in step with our goal to ensure best practices for the care of residents and to continue the focus on the wellness of residents. The long-term hope is to adapt this initiative to other long-term care and assisted living facilities for use with their residents. The treatment is aimed to decrease incontinence by about 50 percent. Sue has presented our findings to Medtronic’s leadership team and the Ohio Health Care Association.
Daniel J. Storey – Administrator
Dan Storey is responsible for overseeing all daily operations at The Village of Marymount’s Villa St. Joseph skilled/long-term care nursing and rehabilitation facility. But what the 10-year veteran of Villa St. Joseph does goes well beyond that description.
It’s common to see Dan tackle social work, nursing, or admissions duties if a staff member is ill or on a personal leave of absence. Dan is a licensed nursing home administrator and a certified executive for assisted living (CEAL). His attention to detail and implementation of new procedures within Villa St. Joseph helped the facility increase to five stars from four its rating with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Dan has devised a variety of tactics aimed at reducing hospital readmissions and improving the delivery of patient care.
Christine Meinke – Marymount Place Administrator
Chris is a seasoned license nursing home administrator who has served as an administrator of Villa St. Joseph since November 2016. A licensed social worker by
rade, Chris spent 14 years as the administrator at Rae-Ann Geneva in Ashtabula County prior to joining Villa St. Joseph.