Hillebrand Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a resident-directed nursing and rehabilitation facility that focuses on providing the highest quality care by employees who are family.
Dan is a native Westsider and has been working in Retirement Communities and Long Term Care Skilled Nursing Facilities in Hamilton and Butler Counties since 1982. He is a graduate of LaSalle High School, and received his degree from Xavier University, earned the Ohio Board of Examiners Nursing Home Administrators License from the Ohio Department of Health in 1985. He has achieved many successes in his career such as: Eight Perfect Surveys by the Ohio Department of Health and recognition by the American College of Healthcare Administrators. The Young Administrator Award 1989, Fellowship 1992, Life Member 1994, The Spectrum Award 1995, Distinguished Service Award 2009, and The Chair’s Award of Excellence 2002 and 2012. Outstanding Member 2013, Dan is known for his positive energy and innovations for achieving excellence.
Dr. Khodadad is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine with experience in geriatric care. He was trained at Cincinnati’s Christ Hospital and practices both primary and long-term medicine locally. Membership in the American Medical Directors Assoc., combined with multiple directorship experience, provides the Hillebrand administration with current resources and consultation. Dr. Khodadad has been caring for Hillebrand residents since 2003 and joined the Hillebrand administration in 2004. Accessibility and patient advocacy is central to his philosophy of medical management. “In my opinion, the family culture and emphasis on quality care is the root of Hillebrand’s success. I’m pleased by staff concern and initiative regarding my patients. I look forward to continuing both a medical and administrative relationship with Hillebrand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center”
Michelle Bryant grew up in Harrison, Ohio and graduated from Harrison High School in 1992. She first became an employee of Hillebrand in 1990 as a Nurse Aide. In 2000, she became an LPN through Cincinnati Public School of Nursing and graduated Summa Cum Laude from her class. She then attained her RN in 2006 at Cincinnati State while working at Hillebrand full-time, also graduating Summa Cum Laude. Michelle became a Nurse Supervisor for Hillebrand in 2002. She has been in charge of Hillebrand’s wound program since 2013, and spearheaded many other initiatives, including Incidents and Accidents, STNA Scheduling and Retention, Restorative Program, Staffing Evaluations, and more. Michelle was promoted to Director of Nursing in the Spring of 2021. Michelle also serves as Hillebrand’s Infection Control Preventionist. During Michelle’s free time, she enjoys playing games with her kids, watching movies, and going out to dinner with family and friends. Michelle has 3 children: Ethan, Emmaly and Lilly.
Hillebrand’s Rehabilitation Center is consistently rated top among independent Nursing Homes in the region. Year after year, we receive highest ratings on our Resident and Family Satisfaction Surveys. Our goal is to maintain the happiness, safety, and wellness of each individual who walks through our doors.
At Hillebrand, we know that our residents have a lifetime of knowledge and memories. We understand everyone has individual needs and our resident directed care program allows each resident to regulate many aspects of their daily living so they feel at home.
At Hillebrand, we are all about family. That is why our staff members average over 10 years of dedicated service.