Administration & Staff

Dr. Jeremy Kirk


Dr. Adam Andres

Corporate Medical Director

Dr. Scott Cline

Corporate Medical Director

Joni HollisterJoni Hollister

Director of Operations

Joni comes to ARMS with 20 years’ experience in healthcare. She started her journey caring for dementia patients as a certified nurse aide, when she was 16. Her passion for caring for the elderly led her to become a health facility administrator. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Anderson University in 2008. In 2009, she started her career as an administrator in long term care. She has extensive experience with behavioral health, caring for elderly in the CCRC setting, long term care and rehabilitation nursing.

Her time as an administrator in facilities included 2 deficiency free annual surveys and in 2016 received the Bronze Award from the American Healthcare Association. She progressed her career to a Regional Director of Operations and that is where her relationship with ARMS was formed.

In her free time she enjoys concerts, traveling with her family, her husband’s racing and watching her two sons play sports.

Casie RosebloomCasie Roseboom, LPN

Implementation and Process Consultant

Ms. Roseboom has more than 13 years of experience in post-acute care working with short-term rehabilitation patients and has worked with ARMS since the practice first formed in 2012.

She is a strong patient advocate and when providing care in a “Patient Care Liaison” role at an ARMS partnered facility. She is known for researching patient histories and effectively communicating with patients, families and previous physicians in order to gain a holistic understanding of a patient’s needs. This results in improved patient care during the rehab stay, but it also builds the foundation to an effective discharge process when a patient returns home.

When working with ARMS, Casie provides advice, consultation and process improvement help for facilities that are new to the program. Her boots-on-the-ground experience in skilled nursing/rehab environments, coupled with her deep understanding of the ARMS model, make her an effective teacher for new facility staff members.

Administrative Support

Debbie Birch