October 19, 2015- Masonicare Health Center is pleased to welcome three new physicians to our patient care team. Alison Grover, MD, will care for both short-term rehabilitation patients and long-term care residents in her new role. Dr. Grover, a West Hartford resident, received her doctorate from Temple University and previously worked for UConn Health Center Division of Aging.
Nailia Vodovskaia, MD, will be focused on conducting comprehensive evaluations of the cognitive, emotional, and physical functions of older adults through Masonicare's Outpatient Geriatric Assessment Center. Dr. Vodovskaia, a South Glastonbury resident, has been a staff physician at Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center since 2010 and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Neurology.
Carolyn Kolb, PA, also joins Masonicare Health Center's long-term care team. A Middletown resident, Dr. Kolb received her Master's Degree at Quinnipiac University. She is NCCPA and ACLS certified.
Masonicare Health Center has 375 beds providing short-term and long-term care, as well as dementia care and many specialty services.
Masonicare is Connecticut's leading not-for-profit provider of healthcare and retirement living for seniors. Affiliates include Masonicare Health Center and Masonicare at Ashlar Village in Wallingford, Masonicare at Newtown, Masonicare Home Health & Hospice and Masonicare Partners Home Health & Hospice, Masonicare Primary Care Physicians, Masonicare Behavioral Health, Masonicare at Home and The Masonic Charity Foundation of Connecticut.
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