Springbrook Center
300 Spring Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

207 856-1230

Our Leadership Team

Lynne Roy, BSN-RN, MLA
Center Executive Director

Lynne became a part of the Genesis Springbrook Team in October 2014 as a licensed Multi-Level Administrator with a back ground in Oncology and Pulmonary Nursing. She attended the University of Southern Maine and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. She spent her nursing career doing direct care in a hospital setting then transitioned to a management role in Long Term Care. Since 1999, because of her love for working with the older population, her major focus has been Long Term Care Administration in both Nursing Home and Assisted Living areas. She states, "I am a firm believer in the adage, 'Do what you love and Love what you Do' and that is why I feel extremely fortunate to be here, at Springbrook Center."

Deborah Bostic, BSN
Center Nurse Executive

Deb has over 20 years nursing leadership experience in both acute-care and geriatric care. She is dedicated to patient-centered care and evidence-based quality healthcare. Deb received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts, and in 2016 will obtain her Masters of Science in Nursing- Healthcare Administration and Management. She is part of the Aspen University Nursing Honor Society, the Organization of Nurse Leaders, and it a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives. Deb joins the Genesis team in 2016 in her role as Center Nurse Executive.

Victoria Cash, MSW
Senior Admissions Director

Tori attended Plymouth State University in New Hampshire for a degree in Social Work with a concentration in Health Services. She later returned to Maine in 2010 where she graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a Masters in Social Work. Tori joined the Genesis team in 2013.

Christina Cole
Director of Rehabilitation

Christina has worked as an Occupational Therapist with Genesis Rehab Services since they have come to the State of Maine in 2007.  Christina is a graduate of the master’s degree program of Occupational Therapy from the University of New England with an additional certificate in Organizational Leadership attained from the Philadelphia University in 2012.  With a primarily skilled nursing facility background, Christina has also worked inside of Acute Care Hospitals and Sub-acute rehab settings.  Christina’s passions include seating and positioning, splinting, and the use of measurement to promote the efficacy of OT practice.