Nascentia Health Announces New Employees


Nascentia Health, a local leader in home healthcare services, is pleased to announce the addition of the following individuals to our dedicated team of healthcare professionals.

Certified Home Health Agency (CHHA)
Joseph Chevrette, Senior Manager of IT Systems & Infrastructure; David Hunter, Registered Nurse; Douglas Morse, Enterprise Application Administrator; Mary Beth Murphy, Regulatory & Reimbursement Coordinator; Casey Rulison, Registered Nurse; Kelly Scranton, Director of Health Information Management; Rosalie Teller, Quality Assurance Coordinator; Amanda Wilber, Registered Nurse; Ericka Williams, Registered Nurse; and Kathy Wood, Clinical Applications Assistant.

Licensed Home Care Service Agency (LHCSA)
Pamela Coulter, Home Health Aide; Katie Dingman, Home Health Aide; Maureen Kostadinov, Home Health Aide; Jose Pedroso, Home Health Aide; Marjorie Reid, Home Health Aide; Zairys Rodriguez Gonzalez, Home Health Aide; Kathleen Roth, Home Health Aide; Marivis Vincent, Home Health Aide; and Jureina Williams, Home Health Aide.

Managed Long-Term Care Program (MLTC)
Amanda Akin, Care Manager; Angela Bendyk, Transportation Member Services Representative; Louise Brown, Administrative Assistant; Teresa Bush, Care Manager; Peggy Canfield, Care Manager; Amber Ferretti, Care Manager; Dianne Fredsell, Care Coordinator; Tiffany Gary, Spenddown Specialist; Taylor Ginestro, General Clerk; Sarah Parkhurst, Transportation Member Services Representative; Terri Payne, Care Manager; Jennifer Pritchard, Quality Assurance Coordinator; Julie Rhoades, Care Coordinator; Damarah Vandewalker, Care Manager; Paula Whitehouse, Utilization Review Coordinator; Penelope Williams-Carrieri, Provider Relations Coordinator; Michelle Works, Billing & Health Claims Specialist; and Chiara Wright, Transportation Member Services Representative.

“We’re honored to welcome these individuals to the Nascentia Health team,” said President and CEO Kate Rolf. “As our system continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of our community, their new perspectives and unique skills and talents will be essential to our continued success.”

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