Pauline Taylor Earns Advanced Hospice Executive Recognition
By Space Coast Daily // June 8, 2013
Taylor Hospice of St. Francis Executive
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Hospice of St. Francis announced that Pauline Taylor, Vice President Business Development, was granted the Advanced Certified Hospice Executive certification administered by the California Association for Health Services at Home.
In order to sit for the exam, the candidate must have specified education, five years of work in hospice and a minimum of three years in an executive level position.
The certification demonstrates advanced competencies for strategic positioning, financial management, and legal compliance issues required of experienced hospice administrators and senior managers, according to the credentialing organization.
“We are proud Pauline chose to seek the Advanced Hospice Executive certification,” said Bruce Wolters, President/CEO of Hospice of St. Francis.
“Achieving this certification further demonstrates our commitment to quality and why Hospice of St. Francis is a premier provider in Brevard County.”
LEADING HOMECARE ASSOCIATION
The California Association for Health Services at Home is the leading statewide home care association in the nation and was e stablished in 1966 with a mission to promote quality home care and enhance the effectiveness of its members.
Today, the organization comprises approximately 584 members and 1,031 direct providers of health and supportive services and products in the home. Brevard County, was founded in 1977 and has offices in Titusville and Melbourne.
SUPPORTING FAMILIES WITH TERMINALLY ILL LOVED ONES
It is an independent, non-profit hospice serving the needs of Brevard county residents nearing end-of-life. Hospice of St. Francis’ support programs serve the many needs of families with terminally ill loved ones.
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