Gina Terry, BSCHA
Gina Terry started her Mount Hope Nursing Center journey in 2002, after serving the community as an EMT for 19 years. Since joining the team as a CNA, Gina has also served as a restorative aide, activities director, and social services director before making the transition into her current role as administrator. Gina truly loves her work and has a soft spot for each of Mt. Hope’s residents. Gina has completed EMT training, EMT Intermediate training, CNA training and restorative training. She has also served as a social services activity director and as an administrator-in-training, and holds a degree in Healthcare Administration. In her free time, Gina enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and fishing.
Director of Nursing
Christi Moore grew up in Mount Hope, Kansas and during high school, she worked at the Nursing Center doing laundry and housekeeping and discovered how much she wanted to help others. After going off to college at Butler, she spent nine and a half years as a paraprofessional at Heartspring, and then spent some time at Hutchinson as a Rheumatoid Nurse. Then Christi returned to Mt. Hope and spent a year and a half as a Charge Nurse before becoming Director of Nursing. She and her husband, Justin, have one major thing in common: both of their families owned businesses. Christi’s parent owned and operated a local body shop, and her husband’s family owned and operated a local hotel and café. Christi likes to spend her spare time being a mom to her two girls, working in her yard, and with her husband on home improvements.
Social Service Designee
Shannon has been with Mount Hope Nursing Center for 13 years, holding various positions. She started working as the Social Service Designee in June of 2017. She lives in Mount Hope, is married, and has two children. In her spare time, Shannon enjoys spending time with her family.
Born and raised in Mount Hope, Stephanie Falcon joined the Mount Hope Nursing Center as Activity Director in 2018. She attended college in Hutchinson, Kansas where she attained a degree in Business Administration. Stephanie is married and has two sons, the youngest of which is a senior at Haven High School. She loves the small-town values and environment of the Mount Hope community and helps to ensure our nursing facility maintains the same friendly, cozy atmosphere for all our residents. In her free time Stephanie enjoys spending time with her family, fishing at Cheney lake and bow-hunting for deer.
Environmental Services Director
Having joined Mount Hope back in 2006, Peggy Tyner is one of the many talented and dedicated people making Mount Hope the place so many people proud to call home. Born in Quincy, Illinois she later went to school in Hannibal, Missouri. Peggy and her husband Richard have raised 3 children. She enjoys various crafty activities such as sewing, quilting, and gardening. She is also a big fan of watching the Wichita Thunder hockey team.
Director of Maintenance
Dave Terry joined the Mount Hope Nursing Center team in 2014. Hailing from Halstead, Dave works
here with his wife, Administrator Gina Terry. Together they have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. An
interesting tidbit about Dave is that he ran a karaoke business for 15 years! When he’s not working to
take care of all the grounds at our wonderful facility, you may find Dave enjoying the outdoors or
spending time with his grandkids.
Food Services Director
Kathy Darosett joined the Mount Hope Nursing Center family in 2016, bringing with her nearly 20 years of professional dietary experience. Kathy was born in Hutchinson but grew up and attended school in Newton. She has 4 children, two of whom work here at Mount Hope Nursing Center! When she isn’t busy making sure the meals delivered to our residents are nutritious as well as delicious, Kathy enjoys spending her time crafting and sewing.
A Good Boy
Jasper is the youngest member of our Mount Hope Nursing Center family. While having just been born in 2018, Jasper is proud to already be well-behaved and fully potty-trained. Jasper has taken on the unofficial role of Morale Director for our residents, but it turns out he’s also working his magic on our staff. Since beginning his work at Mount Hope, Jasper has spent countless hours walking the hallways and getting his paws on the residents who welcome all 10 pounds of him into their lap. Jasper craves attention and wants to share the adventures he has inside our facility. Check out Jasper’s blog! When Jasper isn’t hard at working making all of us smile, he can be found playing fetch and chasing his own tail.