Coventry Center
10 Woodland Drive
Coventry, RI 02816

401 826-2000

Our Leadership Team

Barry Slotnick
Center Executive Director

Barry is the Administrator of Coventry Center.

Darlene Hall
Director of Nursing

Darlene is a graduate of Community College of Rhode Island where she earned her Nursing Degree.  Darlene has been actively working in long-term care and short term post-acute health care since then.  Prior to her experience as an RN, Darlene worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant.  She has been a Director of Nursing for approximately three years.  Prior to this, Darlene worked as an Assistant Director of Nursing for a large regional provider of long-term health care services to the elderly and concurrently was a Unit Manager for a 60-bed Short-Stay Rehabilitation Facility in Westerly, Rhode Island.

Elaine Bigos
Admissions Director

Elaine has been in both acute and post-acute health care for the last 20 years.  For the past 10 years she has worked on patient admissions, marketing and census building opportunities in the Northeast.  Prior to joining Coventry Center, Elaine worked for a large multi-center healthcare provider in a neighboring state.  She has been at Coventry Center since June of 2010.

Dr. Megan Horton DPT
Director of Rehabilitation

Megan is a 2008 and 2010 graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Early Contingency Physical Therapy and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Megan has been practicing physical therapy with Genesis Rehab Services since 2010.  She is also an adjunct professor at the University of Rhode Island since 2012 for Neuro-Therapeutics and Geriatric Physical Therapy. Megan has experience with trach and vent care, aftercare following orthopedic surgery, neurological disorders, falls management, pet therapy and is a Dementia Specialist. She also trained her dog, Mix to become a registered therapy dog with Pet Partners. She presented a research project to improve the Quality of Life in patients with Dementia at the APTA’s NEXT Conference in June 2017.  She was a guest lecturer for the Alzheimer’s Association Conference for healthcare providers and caregivers in 2016 and 2017.   Megan is also a member of the Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program and of the American Physical Therapy Association.