Megan Schelwat is the new community admissions coordinator for the Health Center at Eastcastle Place, part of a life plan community in Milwaukee.
Eastcastle Place offers independent living, and the Health Center at Eastcastle Place offers assisted living, memory support, rehabilitation and skilled nursing services.
In her new role, Schelwat partners with other staff members to review referrals for rehabilitation, to ensure that people who are admitted are a good fit for the center.
“Basically, this has been very instrumental in helping Eastcastle earn its reputation,” she said. “We make sure that we are confident in our ability to meet the needs from a health standpoint, of anyone that we admit.”
Schelwat graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an undergraduate degree in journalism, advertising and media studies. After graduation, she started working in senior housing.
Education: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The Health Center at Eastcastle Place
2505 E. Bradford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
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