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Betsy P. Reynolds, PharmD

Director of Pharmacy Consulting, Partner

Rodney Whittington
CEO, Partner

Betsy Reynolds, PharmD, is the Director of Pharmacy Consulting with Method Healthcare. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC) in 2008. Betsy served as the pharmacist-in-charge of a retail pharmacy for eight years where she was involved in providing clinical services including immunizations and Medication Therapy Management (MTM).

In 2009, Betsy began consulting for a long-term care facility and her love of consulting began.  Betsy started the Pharmacy Consulting division of Method Healthcare in October of 2019. This role includes exploring safer transitions of care, facilitating antibiotic stewardship, managing the use of psychotropics as well as other clinical services. In addition to nursing facilities, Betsy also provides consulting services to multiple ambulatory surgery centers in the Kansas City metro. She is currently a preceptor for both the KU and UMKC School of Pharmacy and serves on the UMKC School of Pharmacy Foundation.

Rodney Whittington is the Chief Executive Officer at Method Healthcare. With a degree from Kansas State University in Administration and Gerontology and twenty years as a licensed administrator, Rodney has led three communities to 5-star CMS ratings and multiple to zero deficiency surveys. Rodney has a passion for seeking out struggling communities and developing and leading teams of best-in-class professionals to create stability and the best living environment for residents, and to bring about financial success for ownership. His success has not gone unrecognized, leading him to the American Healthcare Associations Inaugural class of future leaders of long term care.

In 2018, Rodney became a Health Services Executive recognized by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrators Boards, and in 2019, a LeadingAge Kansas Leadership Fellow. Rodney believes that there is a one-to-one correlation between the way staff is treated, and the way they’ll treat the residents they serve. Nothing gives him more pride or motivation than assembling and retaining a great team of overachievers.

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