Meet Our Team

Christine Errico

Clinical Liaison

Christine was born in Paterson and raised in Elizabeth, NJ, where she lived with her mother, father, and disabled older brother. In her neighborhood where doors were left open and children played safely outside, she learned about the importance of giving, the sense about community in a large urban town and the life struggles that accompany it. On occasion, she would love to visit her aunt who lived in Greenwich Village in Manhattan and would sit for hours on her fire escape admiring the nurses from St. Vincent’s Hospital, as they would walk by on their way to work proudly wearing their white nursing caps. She said to her aunt that one day she wanted to be just like them, and sure enough in 1987 she graduated as an RN, from Muhlenberg School of Nursing in Plainfield NJ, the president of her graduating class.

Following graduation, she met the love of her life, her husband Anthony, and continued to work at Muhlenberg Hospital as a Medical Surgical Nurse. However, her most inspiring position in the field of nursing was the 8 years spent as a Hospice Nurse. It was through her experience with hospice that she realized nursing was her calling, her passion, and her purpose. Being a Hospice Nurse taught her to understand the rights and needs of patients and their families and the importance of being compassionate and empathic.

During her time in the field of nursing, she became a mother and raised three beautiful daughters. She went on to become a Subacute Rehab/Skilled Nursing Clinical Liaison and later an Acute Care Rehab Liaison for 11 years. In that position she learned that all patients deserve the right to make the best recovery possible and deserve a chance at regaining their highest quality of life. While working as a rehab liaison, her husband suffered a massive hemorrhagic stroke which left him disabled. It was through caring for her husband while raising her 3 daughters and working full time that she understood the importance of recovery, both physically and emotionally, as well as the unique challenges faced by patients and families. She has been advocating and mentoring for many patients and families over the last 35 years, by giving them hope, and helping them to find courage.

“I am proud to be part of the teams at Willow Springs and Crest Pointe as the Director of Hospital and Physician Relations, and I will continue to learn and grow as I further my mission advocating for both patients and their families.”

Yossi Stern


Megan Galasso

Director of Nursing

Kashfi Wright

Assistant Director of Nursing

Cassie Hart

Director of Rehabilitation

Donna Montonelli

Admissions Director

Lisa Morales

Social Worker

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