New executive director named for Clay Center Presbyterian Manor
Amy Hoch Altwegg has been named executive director of Clay Center Presbyterian Manor. Her first day will be February 16.
“We are pleased to bring Amy to Clay Center Presbyterian Manor,” said Bill Taylor, chief operating officer for PMMA. “Amy is highly regarded for her ability to deliver outstanding results with the highest degree of expertise, compassion and professionalism.”
Hoch Altwegg started her professional career as an Administrator at Chetopa Manor, in Chetopa, Kansas. She then served as the executive director and chief operation officer of Frontier Estates for Memorial Health System -Village Manor in Abilene, Kan., from 2002 to 2018. In this capacity, she fulfilled a critical leadership role at this long-term care community that offered services aligned with each resident’s level of care need, including a special care unit for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia, short term recovery rooms, skilled nursing, adult day care, and on-site rehabilitation services. Her most recent positions have been serving as an interim administrator for long-term care and independent living communities from 2019 to 2022.
She graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor of science degree in social science, with a concentration in industry and labor relations, and a secondary major in gerontology/long-term care. She completed the Executive MBA program at Wichita State University.
Hoch Altwegg is the first person in the state of Kansas to receive the Health Services Executive credential from the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards, qualifying her for licensing in long-term care, assisted living, and home and community-based services.