WINCHESTER – Not so fast.
Just a week after announcing he was stepping down to go back to school, Dundas Manor Administrator Norm Slatter announced Friday he’s staying for another year.
“I had planned to go back to school this fall but it turns out my preferred education program in health care and business management isn’t available until the fall of 2016,” Slatter said.
“We’re happy to continue to benefit from Norm’s experience and expertise. This is great news,” notes Peter Sorby, Board Chair, Rural Healthcare Innovations.
Slatter was hired in November 2014.
The for-profit long term care home on Clarence Street in Winchester has approximately 98 beds, according to the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.