Providence Place Senior Living

Providence Place Senior Living Appoints New Executive Director

Drums Community Announces Promotion and New Leadership Position

Kim Perchak, executive directorHummelstown, PA – Providence Place ( announces that Kimberley Perchak has been promoted to the position of Executive Director. In this capacity Kim will oversee the daily operations at Providence Place located in Drums, PA (near Hazleton). She will report to Vice President of Operations, Rick Barley. “Kim brings a wealth of experience and talent to this position. She has filled various roles within the organization, and is admired by her co-workers”, says Barley. 

Perchak is a Licensed Practical Nurse who joined Providence Place in 2009 as the Assistant Director of Wellness. She also held the titles of Business Office Manager and Director of Wellness. Most recently she acted as the company’s Corporate Director of Wellness. 

“I’m excited to take on this new opportunity”, says Perchak. “I’ve enjoyed working with my co-workers and getting to know the residents over the course of my career at Providence Place. It’s an honor to now lead this dedicated and talented team.”

About Providence Place
Providence Place is a family-owned company with headquarters in Hummelstown, PA (near Hershey). The Leader Family owns and operates five licensed personal care communities in the state of PA, serving nearly 700 senior residents.

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