Administrator - Corey Wright, BS
Corey settled in Lodi in 1987 to become Vienna’s assistant administrator, and has been overseeing daily operations of the facility since 1988. He’s a licensed nursing home administrator and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. Corey’s community involvement includes many years on Lodi Memorial Hospital’s Vital Enterprise board for durable medical equipment, and on the hospital’s ethics committee. He’s a member and past president of the Lodi Lions Club and remains involved in the California Association of Health Facilities, following a four-year term on its board of directors.
Corey was singled out from a field of 1,200 nursing home administrators for outstanding leadership as the 2014 recipient of the Del Callaway Administrative Excellence Award, presented by the California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF). Previously, CAHF honored him with its Distinguished Service Award for outstanding dedication to long-term care and service to the community. Corey also was honored by the Northern California Council of Activities Coordinators as Administrator of the Year.
Medical Director - David Duncan, MD
Dr. Duncan has been the medical director at Vienna since 1992. He received his medical degree from Loma Linda University in 1985 and completed his internship and residency as a major in the Medical Corps of the US Army in 1988. Dr. Duncan proudly served our country in Honduras and in Operation Desert Storm. Dr. Duncan has been certified by the American Board of Family Practice since 1988. He is in private practice in Lodi and is a member of the Sutter-Gould family of physicians.
Director of Nursing - Roxan Vincent, RN, BSN
Roxan has been with Vienna since 2006 and has over 10 years of experience as a director of nurses. She is responsible for all nursing care services and supervises a staff of over 120 RNs, LVNs and CNAs. Roxan received her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing in 1994. She has a passion for long-term care and loves working with our geriatric residents.
Rehabilitation Director - Cathy Gravish, PT
Cathy has been a licensed Physical Therapist since 1979 and has more than 30 years of experience working as a therapist. She directs the three therapy departments in providing the highest quality of care for all patients. Cathy's goal is to support her team in delivering optimal patient outcomes.
Owners Kenneth and Diane Heffel
Soon after earning a college business degree in 1967, Ken began his Vienna career as a bookkeeper. Before long he was overseeing administrative responsibilities and eventually he and his wife, Diane, became owners of Vienna. Ken’s commitment to a quality operation continues since his unofficial “retirement” in 1987, and you’ll often see him around the facility, talking with residents and employees he hired more than 25 years ago. Ken is an active member of the Fairmont Seventh-Day Adventist Church and for many years he’s held leadership roles with community organizations including Lodi Memorial Hospital’s board and executive committee, Lodi Lions Club, Lodi Academy and Lodi Elementary. He’s been active in the California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF) and received its Distinguished Service Award for his dedication to the long-term care profession. You’ll find many of Ken’s travel photographs throughout Vienna’s halls.