Our Staff

The family of Elizabeth (Betty) B. would like to thank you for the abundant kindness, care and concern you provided our dear Mom while she was at Whittier. Your jobs and the services you provide are challenging. Not everyone is cut out for that line of work, but we would like to commend you and your organization for putting together a staff to be proud of. While we were blessed to have received excellent care from the staff at Whittier, we would like to give special thanks for the sincere kindness showed to our Mom, Betty, and to our family by Liz and her co-workers. These ladies and men are a true credit to the nursing profession and we wish them the best in all of their future endeavors.


Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital Westborough

Traci Aubin, OTR\L

Director of Clinical Liaisons

Specialty: Clinical Liaison

Bradford, MA - Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital

Traci Watson Aubin is a 1994 graduate of the University of New Hampshire. She started working at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital as an Occupational Therapist and the supervisor of the student education program. She moved to the Medical Care Evaluations team in 1998, and was promoted to the manager of the MCE's in January of 2003. She has covered all of the Seacoast, Merrimack Valley, and Lahey Clinic.

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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.