The team that makes up The Grand at Holladay is worldclass. With over a combined experience of 50 years in the assisted living and long term care industry, your loved ones are in the best care possible. Comprised of all backgrounds, the staff is rooted in Utah and call the surrounding mountains home.
Sarah has worked in healthcare for 15+ years in the hospital setting. When 2 years ago she had an opportunity to move into Senior living and caring for the amazing residents living in assisted living. Since then she has grown a deep love and passion for her sweet residents. My goal is to always provide them with the respect and care that they fully deserve at this time in their life. I am so grateful for this opportunity to be an administrator here at the prestigious community of The Grand. I hope to continue the legacy and make many amazing memories for The Grand Family.
A large part of my career in the culinary world was spent as the owner of an Asian restaurant I ran for 7 years. After eating at my restaurant several times, I was approached by an administrator of an assisted living who was looking to bring change to dining in his community. He wanted to bring up scale, fresh, and nutritious food to his residents. I was also looking for a change and decided to take the leap. The rest is history! I have been in the health industry for over 9 years now.
Jason Giatras has worked for the last 22 years as a licensed Health Facility Administrator operating Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Communities in Idaho and Utah. His passion for those he cares for is shown by how he strives to nurture others loved ones as if they were his own. Jason also has worked as a Residential Real Estate consultant specializing in helping people purchase and sell homes. Jason enjoys scouting and has been involved with the Varsity and Venturing programs for the last 20 years.
I attended school at UVU, but ultimately got my nursing degree from Provo College. I've been a nurse since 2013. I have worked in all types of healthcare. My first job was in a challenging skilled nursing facility located in downtown Salt Lake. It was a hard first job, but it prepared me well for the other types of nursing I would encounter. I really wanted to get into the hospital. I got a job at the University of Utah and worked in the float pool. I love the U. I miss it terribly and all the pride that comes from working in a hospital of that stature.
15 years ago I dove head first into a new adventure in health care. I knew for sure I would only work a few years and move on to bigger and better things. Little did I know my life would be changed dramatically forever and I would fall in love with making people smile and providing quality of life through meaningful activities. It has been a pleasure as well as personal life enrichment. I have developed a love I have never known before. I can honestly say I love my job.