The Woodlands
1400 Woodland Avenue
Plainfield, NJ 07060

908 753-1113

Our Leadership Team

Michael Bahooshian
Center Executive Director

Michael has worked at The Woodlands  since 1989 and he has developed a dedicated team  of professionals that specialize in promoting a caring environment for their residents.  Michael's administrative skills have enabled the Center to continually maintain a high employee retention and customer satisfaction rate, resulting in a positive and successful environment for providing optimal level of care.

Rosann Coppi
Director of Nursing

Rosann has developed a strong clinical and management knowledge base enabling her to create a professional dedicated work environment.  Rosann promotes a high quality work life for employees resulting in a staff who focus on excelling in customer service.  Rosann's highly developed interpersonal communication and clinical skills help the Center achieve the highest nursing standards resulting in positive clinical outcomes for all residents.

Skeeter Reid
Admissions Director

Skeeter emphasizes a customer service approach to promote a seamless coordination of Woodlands Center admissions.  Skeeter's excellent communication skills enable her to guide customers by managing the admissions process including assistance with healthcare, financial, and placement decisions.  Skeeter works efficiently with hospital, physician, and other healthcare professionals to coordinate resident information assuring the residents admissions process into the Center is a stress free transition.

Stacy Augustyn OTR/L
Director of Rehabilitation

Stacy has worked for Genesis Rehab Services as a Director of Rehab since 2016, and has worked in skilled nursing and sub-acute care settings since 2009.  She has a master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Stockton University.  Stacy and her team of occupational, physical and speech therapists provide outstanding client-centered skilled therapy to help patients achieve the best functional outcomes possible.