Matt Neal, Executive Director of University Retirement Community in Davis, CA
Sept. 11, 2012
-- (Davis, California) – The previous Executive Director of University Retirement Community (URC), Mike Morris, announced today that his replacement has been hired—Matt Neal from Folsom, California. Mr. Neal recently served as Director of Operations for a large multi-facility retirement living organization based in Carmichael, California, and he brings 15 years of aging services experience in operations, strategic planning, and start-ups.
A veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division of the U.S. Army, Mr. Neal earned his bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Health Care Administration from California State University, Sacramento. He’s a licensed California Nursing Home Administrator and a Certified Administrator for Residential Care Facilities for the Elder.
“A great deal of time and consideration was put into the final decision,” says Mike Morris, COO for PRS. “PRS executive staff, URC board members, URC department directors, and an ad hoc subcommittee of URC residents all participated in the selection process, and we are very happy to welcome Matt to the PRS/URC family. His professional experience will be a valuable asset, and we’re confident he’ll do a great job serving URC residents.”
University Retirement Community is an accredited, not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community located at 1515 Shasta Drive in Davis, California. For more information, call (530) 747-7001 and visit www.retirement.org/
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About University Retirement Community
Nestled on 15 acres near the Davis greenbelt and UC Davis, University Retirement Community (URC) is uniquely positioned to provide vibrant living for seniors age 60 and above. URC is best known for its beautiful, exceptionally spacious Apartment Homes and Cottages and for its healthy, actively involved lifestyle. Residents enjoy the shared sense of community they feel, and the knowledge that they’ll always be well cared for in URC’s higher levels of Continuing Care—also on the campus.