Riverview Rehabilitation

Key People

Rick Strong, Executive Director

With over 17 years of experience in Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care, Rick started his career in 1997 as a Certified Nursing Assistant. He spent over 7 years in one facility serving in various roles such as van driver, maintenance assistant, restorative aide, and central supply. Caring for and working with the geriatric population quickly became a passion.  He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Boise State University in 2003. In 2009, he returned to Skilled Nursing as a Director of Marketing and Admissions with a focus on building relationships and allowing for open two-way communication between health care partners in the community. In 2014, he became a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and led one facility to a “deficiency-free” survey. He believes in being customer service minded by "Doing what’s best” for patients and providing dedicated training and education to staff.

Tracey White, RN, BSN – Director of Nursing

Tracey WhiteTracey started her career in health care right after graduating from high school.  In 1990, Tracey became a Certified Nursing Assistant, and began caring for the elderly.  Tracey quickly fell in love with caring for elderly people, and knew that this was her life’s passion. Tracey moved to the Treasure Valley in 1996 and continued to work caring for others.  In 2009, Tracey graduated with her LPN degree and began working as a Nurse, but continued to care for the elderly population, focusing her expertise on rehabilitation.  In 2012 Tracey graduated with her RN degree, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2015.  Tracey has worked in multiple roles during her career, ranging from C.N.A. to Nurse Manager. She has vast knowledge on post-acute care, and is an expert in her field.  Tracey’s passion for excellence in post-acute care continues to drive her today as the Director of Nursing at Riverview Rehabilitation.

Douglas Hoggatt – Director of Rehabilitation Services

Douglas HoggattDouglas Hoggatt, PT, graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1996.  Upon graduation, he completed a two-year post-graduate residency in orthopaedic manual physical therapy.  Throughout his career, he has been committed to continuing his education and improving his clinical skills.  He specializes in neuromuscular exercise and has very gentle approaches to manual therapy to alleviate pain and correct dysfunction—particularly in the geriatric population.  He has been the Director of Rehabilitation Services at Riverview Rehabilitation since 2014 and is proud to be part of such a dedicated and talented team.