Our dedication to your success is second to none!
Dr. Daniel Dale, PT, DPT is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Clinical Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Education in the Department of Physical Therapy at Mercer University. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Health Science from Kennesaw State University in 2007 and his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia in 2011. Dr. Dale is a certified lymphedema therapist.
Brooke holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Bradley University (2000) and a Master of Health Science degree from the University of Indianapolis (2009). She began her career as a physical therapist, specializing in neurological inpatient rehabilitation. With great joy and passion, Brooke has applied rehabilitation concepts to the development of a culture of mobility within the Franciscan Health system in Indiana. Her expertise is in developing interdisciplinary frameworks to accomplish early and progressive mobility from ICU through acute care discharge.
Consultant/Culture Change Specialist
Margaret Russell has numerous years of experience in team leadership and the challenge of cultural change. As Chief of Quality Safety and Value (QSV) service for a Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Ms. Russell successfully transformed the culture taking her facility from 1-star to 5-star facility (highest rating). Her passion for “Just culture” and “The Voice of the Employee” ensure that behavior change is sustainable through individual motivation as well as through strong and trustworthy leadership. Creating strong leaders who are compassionate yet demand excellence and moving culture from external accountability to one of ownership is Ms Russell’s strength in creating sustainable change. This leadership was demonstrated during a national pilot between the VHA and Johns Hopkins Medicine in a High Reliability Governance model involving organizational change. The central pilot outcome was increased sustainability through ownership for quality and patient safety among senior leadership.