Leadership & Staff

Ian Hodge

Ian Hodge

Chief Executive Officer

Ian Hodge became the CEO of Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital in January of 2016. Ian has a master’s degree in business administration with specialty in marketing from University of Phoenix.  He has 15 years of experience in healthcare administration and marketing in the fields of acute rehabilitation, residential treatment, day treatment, transitional living, home health and wound care. Ian was born in St. Andrews, Scotland; but was raised in Canada. At 20 years old he immigrated to the United and became a US citizen in 2008. He is married with 2 children and enjoys riding his Harley Davidson. 

Bapu Aluri

Bapu Aluri

Medical Director

Dr. Aluri became the medical director of Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital in August 2016. He has been a neurology and psychiatric consultant at Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital since its inception in 2003. He received his medical degree from Guntur Medical College in India, completed his psychiatry residency at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and is a proud Buckeye. After completing his psychiatry residency, he finished a neurology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and then a year of training in the epilepsy fellowship program. He has been in private practice in Yuma since 2000 and previously worked as a consultant neurologist and psychiatrist at Yuma Regional Medical Center from 2000-2006. He is married and has a daughter who is in college at Arizona State University.

*The hospital provides access to independent physicians.

Carissa Augustyn

Carissa Augustyn

Director of Quality and Risk Management

Carissa started her career with Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital as a staff nurse in 2013 and has since then been promoted twice to nurse manager and in 2015 to director of quality and risk. She became a nurse in 2003 and received her master’s degree in nursing from Northwest Nazarene University in 2017. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse, a Six Sigma Green Belt, and a board member of the Arizona Chapter of the ARN. She has an extensive background in staff education with an emphasis on strong communication, service and clinical leadership. 

William Dutton

William Dutton

Plant Operations Director

William Dutton joined the Yuma Rehabilitation team in July of 2017. He started his health care career at Yuma Regional Medical Center in December of 2004 where he spent 12 years in the engineering department. He has a degree in construction electricity and electrical theory and has worked as an electrician since 1996. He served in the USMC where he met his wife of more than 20 years. A Staffordsville, Ky. native, William has been living in Yuma with his family of five since July 2004. He hopes to be an integral part of the Yuma Rehabilitation family for many years to come. 

Claire Holton-Zenner

Claire Holton-Zenner, SPHR

Human Resources Director

Claire Holton-Zenner joined HealthSouth Yuma Hospital in February 2017. She comes to HealthSouth with a wide range of human resources experience in healthcare and other industries. With over twenty years of leadership and hand-on HR experience, Claire brings a plethora of ideas and knowledge to our hospital. She has a BA degree in Communications from Regis University located in Denver Colorado and her Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification (SPHR). Claire, her husband Terry and their dog Daisy relocated from the Midwest to Yuma to enjoy living in the sunniest place in the world.

Naomi Hosking

Naomi Hosking

Director of Therapy Operations

Naomi joined the Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital family in 2011 as a staff physical therapist. She was later promoted to a lead therapist in 2014 and then to the director of therapy operations in 2016. Naomi holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of California San Francisco and is certified in Neurodevelopmental Techniques (NDT).  She was born in England and grew up in San Diego, California, before calling Yuma, Arizona her home in 2011. She loves being able to make a positive impact on peoples’ lives and playing an integral role in getting them back to doing the things they love.

Parra Kristin

Kristin Parra

Chief Nursing Officer

Kristin has been employed as a registered nurse by Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital since 2003. She received her AAS in nursing from Arizona Western College and her bachelor’s in nursing from Jacksonville University. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse and a member of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses. Kristin is a native of Yuma.

Stoller Bethie

Bethie Stoller

Director of Case Management

Bethie has been at Yuma Rehabilitation Hospital since 2005 and in the Yuma healthcare community since 1987.  She has more than 25 years of healthcare experience. Her experience includes program development, licensing, contract monitoring, direct care and administrative experience in the areas of mental health, long term care, home health and case management. Bethie received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at Kansas State University and is licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiner’s in social work.

Jennifer Sullivan

Jennifer Sullivan, CPA


Jennifer joined HealthSouth in January, 2017 with more than 17 years of financial accounting experience. Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Arizona in Tucson. She is a certified public accountant in the State of Arizona and is a member of the Arizona Society of CPAs.Jennifer began her career in public accounting in audit and assurance with a big four firm. She has spent close to12 years serving as controller, first for a long term care center and later for a multifaceted agriculture company.


Jacqueline Toth, BCNP

Director of Pharmacy

Jacqueline graduated from the University of New Mexico and is a board certified nuclear pharmacist. She has owned and operated her own nuclear pharmacies for 10 years. After working at YRH as a part-time pharmacist for six years, she became the director of pharmacy in 2014. Jacqueline is a marathon runner and practices yoga.