Our Staff

To all Staff: Thank you for your compassionate care of my mother during her stay with you. It was such a comfort not to worry about her care when in your house. You are special and put us at ease. You can be trusted with one’s loved ones and never a worry. There is nothing better than that. Thank you all, the Hayes Family P.S. Kudos to the cooks + Chef


Daniels House Nursing Home

Priya Shastri, MD

Staff Physician

Specialty: Neurology

Bradford, MA - Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital

Dr. Priya Shastri, MD, Lahey Clinic Neurologist specializing in movement disorders, announces a new collaboration with Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Bradford. Dr. Shastri graduated from SUNY Buffalo, completed her residency training at Tufts-New England Medical Center, and began her fellowship at the Beth Israel Movement Disorders Center in July of 2010.  Her interest and experience are in movement disorders, neurodegenerative diseases and dystonia in the Parkinson’s population. She considers herself fortunate to have received her training at an institution that emphasizes a multi-disciplinary approach to comprehensive clinical care and looks forward to her new role at Whittier as a movement disorders specialist, providing exceptional care for patients in the Merrimack Valley.

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Our Staff

Our professionals work 24-hours a day to provide the highest quality care. The staff represents a wide range of specialties, including physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers and nutritionists. Together they create a restorative program suited to individual needs and then work to maximize the potential of their patients each day of their stay.

Your physician, in conjunction with our interdisciplinary team of healthcare professionals, will develop an individual program of restorative care for you. It is our goal to provide all of our residents with an active and fulfilling lifestyle.

We have built our reputation on our quality nursing, medical and therapeutic team. The care and services they provide not only meet, but surpass state and federal guidelines.