An Exceptional Senior Living Community

The Woodlands at Hillcrest offers an outstanding, nationally recognized management staff and well-trained caregivers – including licensed nurses – assuring residents and their families of high standards and competent care. The Woodlands at Hillcrest is a place where every resident of the senior living community will feel a heightened sense of security and enjoy the ability to live as independently as possible.

National Retirement Community Management

Expertly managed by a proven, national leader.

The Woodlands at Hillcrest is managed by Life Care Services®, an LCS® Company. Life Care Services is a national leader in senior living, with over 40 years of proven experience. More than 33,000 senior adults live in communities managed and marketed by the companies of LCS. Life Care Services’ innovative leadership brings passion and performance through strong financial stewardship, lifestyle-centered services as well as high-quality health services in communities as unique as the individuals who live in them.

Since, 1971 Life Care Services has put residents first. We listen carefully to what our residents and families tell us and continually look for ways to improve upon what we’re doing. Take a look at what LCS can do for you and your loved one.

A Heritage of Excellence

The Woodlands at Hillcrest is a development of Nelson Construction & Development of Des Moines, Iowa. Over the past 15 years, the company has produced more than two-million square feet and $300-million in ground-up, historic, apartment, hotel, retail, office, and industrial buildings throughout Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Arizona.

Meet the Woodlands at Hillcrest Team

Hannah Elliott

Executive Director

Hannah Elliott is a long-time member of the senior housing industry. She has served both rural and urban communities in Nebraska as a licensed nursing home administrator and assisted living administrator. She has experience with memory care and has a true passion for helping individuals and families work through health transitions.

She greatly enjoys learning in this evolving field and has received her MBA and a Master’s degree in Gerontology and has also taught classes for the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and University of Nebraska at Omaha in Gerontology as an adjunct professor.

In her spare time, Hannah enjoys spending time with her husband, Kenny, and three young boys, Malachi, Isaac, and Gideon. A Green Bay, Wisconsin native, you can find Hannah clad in green and gold during the fall months as she cheers on the Packers.

Megan Peck

Director of Health Services

Megan is the Director of Health Services for The Woodlands at Hillcrest. Megan was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She received a scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas where she was a starting goalkeeper for the Razorback’s soccer team and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Creighton University’s Accelerated Nursing Curriculum.

Megan started her nursing career at St. Elizabeth’s Regional Medical. Her favorite part of nursing and top career priority has always been exceptional patient care. Other fond memories include her years as a Clinical Staff Instructor, which gave her the opportunity to serve as a professional mentor, educator, and resource in the development of clinical nursing practices for nursing students in their final year of school. This was one of the first stepping stones in her transition into nursing management, serving as a Nurse Manager and Director of Nursing in several skilled rehab settings along the way. Megan enjoys building an exceptional team by educating and encouraging all her staff in order to provide the highest level of clinical care and customer service.

Megan lives in Lincoln with her husband, Jason, and their three active boys, Sam, Carter, and Jackson. She enjoys watching her boys play sports, and hopes to teach all her boys to play racquetball one day, as she was once ranked #1 in the nation and was a member of the U.S. Junior National Racquetball team. She loves spending time outdoors with her family.

Jenny Fisher

Director of Sales and Marketing

Jenny Fisher has been serving the senior living industry for more than 5 years, helping organizations improve their resident, family and associate experiences. Through Jenny’s experience in speaking with leading senior living executives, she understands what it takes to create a positive and engaging experience that will enhance the lives of residents and their families.

Jenny is a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where she cheered on the Lopers as captain of the Sapphires dance team, and served in various executive roles as a Gamma Phi Beta sorority member. She also received a Certificate in Sales Excellence from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

A resident of Lincoln, Jenny lives in the southeastern part of town with her husband, Evan and daughter, Mia. Any given football Saturday you can find them yelling Go Big Red!

Stephanie Crowther

Director of Memory Care

Stephanie Crowther, a Nationally Certified Dementia Practitioner (NCDP), has been in healthcare for 20 years. The last 13 years has been spent as a Respiratory therapist. In this position she has been dedicated to helping people live full lives through education and having a positive impact on their lives as well as those of their family members.

Stephanie is a graduate of Purdue Global. She recently obtained her master’s in Health care administration. Stephanie is married to her husband of 12 years, Jeremy and has two boys Gavin and Brandon. Any night of the week you can find Stephanie and her family outdoors by the fire pit or going on adventures with Gavin and their two dogs, Ender and Quigley.


Liz K.

February 14, 2019

The Woodlands at Hillcrest is amazing! The staff are always so welcoming when we visit my grandma!  She has always been a picky eater but says nothing but great things about the food!  She loves to visit with the other ladies and gentlemen that reside there, which is good for her to have that interaction! Since living at the woodlands, she has been on several outings with other residents, including shopping! She is still able to have independence!