Exeter Center
8 Hampton Rd
Exeter , NH 03833-4806

603 778-0531

Our Leadership Team

Heather Davis
Administrator

Heather has worked for the company since 2006. She became the Administrator at Exeter Center in December 2012, prior to that she worked at the regional level. She received her degree from the University of New Hampshire in Health & Management Policy. She is involved with the NH Long Term Care Foundation and is currently serving as Vice President. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.

Kara Couture
Admissions Director

Kara has worked for the company since 2006 and joined the team at Exeter in November 2007. She received her degree from the University of New Hampshire in Social Work. Outside of work, Kara enjoys spending time with her husband and their son.

Kathleen Lynch, RN, DON
Director of Nursing

Kathleen joined the Exeter team in May 2014, transferring to us from Lebanon Center. She graduated from Saint Anselm College in 1993. She started in Pediatrics and moved to Emergency Medicine in Farmington, MA until 2003. Moving to the Upper Valley in NH in 2003, Kathleen worked in various departments at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and then worked for Byada Hospice Agency. She then joined Genesis HealthCare in 2012. Kathleen is currently pursuing her Masters in Health Care Administration.

Ann Slayton, MA, OTR/L
Rehabilitation Program Manager

Ann joined the team at Exeter Center in November 2014. She received her B.S. Degree in Biology and Society from Cornell University and a M.A. Degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University.  Ann has been a therapist since 2000 and has experience in all types of settings, with all age groups. She has worked for state run facilities, acute rehabilitation hospitals, inpatient hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, pediatric clinics and home care. Her specialty areas include working with the geriatric population, specifically with dementia and other psychiatric disorders. Her experience and training in sensory integration has proven invaluable with older adults.  Ann is passionate about training caregivers on how to best preserve an individual’s functional independence and safety in order to promote optimal quality of life. When not at work, Ann is home juggling life with 3 active kids. She is a runner who is always training for her next half marathon.