Our Team

At Missoula Health and Rehabilitation Center, our dedicated staff is available 24-hours a day to meet your care needs. We treat our residents and their families as valued friends and respected members of our community.

“OUR TEAM MEMBERS TRULY HAVE A COMMITMENT TO CARING, AND IT SHOWS IN THE WAY THEY INTERACT WITH RESIDENTS TO HELP THEM MEET THEIR GOALS.” —Name of Person Quoted

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Karrie Rich
Executive Director

Karrie has been with EmpRes since June 2011 as an EDT and took on the ED role for Missoula Health and Rehabilitation Center in May 2012. She earned a bachelor's degree in Health Administration and a Master's Degree in Gerontology from the University of Phoenix. Previously, Karrie was with Amedisys Home Health. She enjoys working in Missoula because she loves the outdoors, cooler weather and the friendly people. In her spare time enjoys spending time with her family and going on road trips.

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Christy Odlin
Director of Nursing Services

Christy was born and raised in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. She attained her Associate Degree in Nursing from North Idaho College in 1991 then moved to Missoula. She worked at Community Medical Center for 23 years in adult acute care and as a House Supervisor. She returned to Coeur d'Alene for a year working in Pediatric Home Health. Because she enjoyed the experience and challenge of working a different field of nursing, she joined Missoula Health and Rehab in June 2015 upon returning to Missoula. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys traveling to hockey games, golfing and spending time at the lake.

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Beth Beringer, MSPT
Rehabilitation Manager

Beth has been with Missoula Health and Rehabilitation Center since October 2013. She has experience in neurological and orthopedic physical therapy rehabilitation, advanced wound care, as well as, Medicare compliance processes. Beth has worked as a PT for a local hospital for over 13 years primarily in inpatient acute rehabilitation. Physical Therapy is a second career for Beth, having spent nearly a decade working as a wildlife biologist in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Alaska. What she loves about her job? "I have the privilege to help individuals regain skills to be as independent as possible and I get to work in a rehab facility nestled against Mount Jumbo in the beautiful rattlesnake community of Missoula."

    Quick Facts

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • 53 beds
  • Admissions 24/7
  • Parking Lot with Wheelchair Access
  • Common Lounge Area with Flat-Screen TV
  • Medicare and Medicaid Certified
  • Preferred Provider in Several HMO Networks