All Care VNA & Hospice is proud to announce that Kristina Neumann, of Peabody, has recently been named the new Vice President of Hospice Services. Neumann joined All Care Hospice over ten years ago, at the inception of the hospice program, as an operations manager. She worked her way up to Operations Director and most recently served as All Care’s Hospice Director for the past three years. Neumann came to All Care with five years’ experience in the hospice field and, in total, has over twenty years’ experience working in the health care field. Shawn F. Potter, All Care’s President & CEO, shares, “We are pleased to promote Ms. Neumann to Vice President of Hospice; Kristina’s leadership and expertise in hospice and palliative care is exceptional and, in her new role, she will continue to oversee all aspects of All Care Hospice while expanding our geographic area and further diversifying our programs. She will continue her work as an important professional resource for community referral sources and physicians alike. Her passion, integrity, and dedication will help to continue to ensure all of our patients receive the very best care possible.” All Care’s hospice program has flourished and thrived under Neumann’s leadership as she has designed and implemented services like the Sensory Stimulation program, the Veterans’ program, and has incorporated new layers to the bereavement and volunteer programs to meet and accommodate the growing needs and interests of the community.
Founded in 1911, All Care VNA is a Medicare/Medicaid-certified agency offering services of nurses, home health aides, specialists in geriatrics, oncology, diabetes, physical, occupational, and speech therapies as well as palliative care. All Care Hospice provides the highest quality medical and emotional care for those with life-limiting illnesses, as well as respite care, spiritual support, and bereavement counseling for families. All Care also offers All Care Resources, a private pay division for flexible in-home services. All Care employs nearly 600 people, serving over 60 cities/towns in the Greater Boston North, Merrimack Valley and North Shore communities.