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Chris Jensen Health appoints new executive director

Lisa Frey previously worked as an administrator for a rehabilitation, memory care and long-term skilled nursing center in Bemidji and has more than 25 years of leadership experience.

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Lisa Frey
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DULUTH — Chris Jensen Health and Rehabilitation Center has named Lisa Frey as its new executive director, Health Dimensions Group announced in a news release last week.

Frey will lead Chris Jensen's day-to-day clinical and financial operations. She previously worked as an administrator for a rehabilitation, memory care and long-term skilled nursing center in Bemidji and has more than 25 years of leadership experience. She has guided care communities through all levels regulatory oversight and the development and implementation of COVID-19 readiness plans, the release said.

Frey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Augsburg College in Minneapolis and a master’s degree in health care administration and human services administration from St. Mary’s University in Minneapolis.

Chris Jensen Health and Rehabilitation Center, located at 2501 Rice Lake Road, is a nursing home that provides memory care and hospice services, plus short-term rehabilitation services. It is managed by HDG, based in Minneapolis. HDG manages 36 facilities in seven states, including Boundary Waters Care Center in Ely.

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