Pleasant View Center
239 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301

603 224-6561

Our Leadership Team

Mark Latham
Center Executive Director

Mark is an experienced Nursing Home Administrator having been licensed for over twenty nine years. He has worked for Genesis HealthCare for eighteen years. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with Bachelors in Business Administration.  Mark has presented nationally on Resident Advocacy and is a longtime member of the NH Healthcare Association. He is a recipient of the 2009 Genesis Northeast Region Administrator of the year and the Judith Griffin Advocacy Award presented from the NH State Ombudsman for supporting Resident voice.

Melissa Wallace, RN
Director of Nursing

Melissa has been a practicing nurse for 24 years primarily working in the Long-term Care setting.  Her clinical background includes Medical Surgical Training, with a focus specialty of medical cardiac telemetry. She also has experience in Case Management, Quality Improvement, and Disease Management.  Melissa has been with Genesis HealthCare since 2009.

Kimberly Riel
Admissions Director

Kimberly began at Pleasant View Center in 2001, working in the Nursing Department. In 2009, she transferred to the Admissions Coordinator position, then in May of 2014 Kimberly became the Admissions Director. She currently has the following licenses: LNA, MNA and Medical Assistant.

Stephen Haggerty
Director of Rehabilitation

Stephen has been the Director of Rehabilitation at Pleasant View Center since 2014.  He is a Physical Therapist that graduated from University of Vermont in 1997.  Stephen received a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Boston University in 2007.   In his role, comprehensive rehabilitation services are coordinated in Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapy for a team of over twenty licensed therapists.   He also provides direct care and is clinically passionate for cardiopulmonary and orthopedic services.  He serves on the Leadership Advisory Board a national position with GRS informing quality of systems and policy changes.