Ellis Williams, RN, MBA, NHA, Administrator
Ellis began his career with Opis as the Associate Administrator at Opis Highlands Lake Center. He received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida A&M University and his Master’s in Business Administration from Warner University. Ellis has over 16 years of combined experience in Acute Care and Long Term Care settings, having served as the Charge Nurse, Assistant Director of Nursing, Director of Nursing and Nursing Home Administrator. Ellis has a passion for influencing and motivating managers to implement ideas and strategic goals in order to ensure the highest standard of quality care is being provided to all those we serve.
Judith Walter, RN, Director of Nursing
Judy has been with Opis Bayview Center, located in Central Florida, since 2010. She began her career at Opis Bayview Center as a unit manager, and became the Director of Nursing in October 2013. She has more than 30 years of Nursing experience and earned her degree at Mercy Hospital School of Nursing and University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. Judy began her career in hospitals and became a specialist in long-term care due to her feeling of accomplishment that she gains from her holistic approach to nursing and her passion for offering quality senior care.
Dr. Sujatha Baskar, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Baskar has been a physician at Opis Bayview Center since 2007, and in 2013 became the medical director. Dr. Baskar received her medical degree at Sri Ramachandra Medical College in Madras, India and then completed her residency at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital in Bronx, NY. She also has a private practice in Eustis, FL specializing in internal medicine. Dr. Baskar belongs to the American Medical Association as well as the College of Physicians.
Jillian Mathis, Admission Liaison
As Admissions Liaison for Opis’ Eustis area, Jill assists families in the admission process. She obtained her degree from Fortis College and had been with Opis since 2012. One of her favorite mission words is caring because “I see it every day. Whether it be a customer smiling and saying hi back at you in the hallway, or a therapy aide helping someone learn to walk again. Being a caring person doesn’t take any effort at all and the smallest thing can bring the greatest joy to someone.