Delaware Hospice announced the addition of the following individuals to its staff:
— Anaika Casimir, as a registered nurse. Casimir earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing from Delaware State University.
— Teresa Conn, as a registered nurse.
— Carol Forrest and an admission nurse.
— Kathleen Leposki as a certified nursing assistant.
— Karen Massey, of Seaford, as an admission nurse. Massey earned her degree from Delaware Technical and Community College. She has worked as an admission nurse at Coastal Hospice in Maryland.
— Ester Okeyo, of Newark, as a registered nurse. Okeyo attended Wilmington University
to earn her Master of Science in nursing.
— Michelle Rhoads, of Bear, as a nurse practitioner. Rhoads earned her degree from Wilmington University. She comes to Delaware Hospice with 28 years of professional nursing experience including 15 years as an advance practice nurse.
— Nevan Sawyer as a social worker. She received her master’s degree in human services counseling from Liberty University.
— Marlene Tice, of Kenton, as an admission nurse. Tice received her degree from Allegany College of Maryland. She has worked for a hospice in Florida after working for
Delaware Hospice for a number of years.
— Paula Yarbrough, of Millsboro, as a registered nurse. Yarbrough earned her degree from Notre Dame of Maryland University. She has previously worked at a hospital in Baltimore.