Medical Staff

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Medical Director

As the Medical Director, Dr. Snehal B. Patel plays a key leadership role in actively helping the Home provide quality care. Dr. Patel is responsible for the implementation of resident care policies and the coordination of medical care.

He is a graduate of Ross University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the J.F.K Family Medicine residency program in Edison, New Jersey in 2003. That same year in August, Dr. Patel joined Partners in Family Health. He has over 22 years of experience in the medical field.

The Margaret E. Moul Home engages the services of a consulting psychologist to support residents and staff in ensuring that the mental health and behavioral needs of residents are met with dignity and the same high quality that is reflective of the Home’s mission. Under the oversight of the Social Services Department, Dr. Bartlett is part of the Behavior Support Team and provides education on individualized approaches and interventions to improve resident social and relational wellness. This includes weekly meetings, counseling sessions, resident, family and staff education and collaboration. Dr. Bartlett, a licensed psychologist from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, has been the consulting psychologist at the Margaret E. Moul Home since August of 1990.



Terri Hengst

Director of Nursing

Nursing services are led by Terri Hengst, Director of Nursing of Nursing. A team of tenured Registered Nurses (RN’s) demonstrate devotion and dedication to the profession and residents.

Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN’s) assist residents with medications and provide skilled treatments as needed, while Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s) help residents with activities of daily living. Enhancing and improving each and every resident’s quality of life is the fundamental goal of the nursing team.