Allied Services Integrated Health System announces two staff promotions at Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center


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SCRANTON — Allied Services Integrated Health System recently announced two staff promotions at its Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center, a 371-bed facility in Scranton providing care for both short and long term patients.

​Mary Greenley, of Nicholson, was announced as the Unit Manager of the Alzheimer’s Unit. A Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse with 30 years nursing experience, Greenley has worked at Allied Services since 2003.

During her nursing career, Greenley has worked in emergency nursing, pediatrics, CPR training, CNA training and geriatric nursing. Most recently, she served as the Clinical Instructor, training Certified Nurse Aides.

Greenley earned an Associate in Applied Science from Broome College at the State University of New York. She is currently completing a Bachelor in Organizational Leadership at Keystone College.

Kimberly Yablonski, of Jefferson Township, is the new Assistant Director of Nursing. A 12-year employee of Allied Services, Yablonski brings more than 25 years of experience to her new role. During her career, she has specialized in gerontology and dementia care.

Prior to accepting the position of Assistant Director of Nursing, Yablonski served as the Unit Manager and Alzheimer’s Specialist at the center. Previously, she served as Assistant Director of Nursing at Wayne Memorial Woodlands in Waymart.

Yablonski qualified as a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1990 and has been a Registered Nurse since 2001, graduating from Luzerne County Community College with an Associate Degree in Applied Science.

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Information provided by Allied Services.

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