Home Health Care & Hospice Services - Honors & Awards
"The Choice of Hoosier Families for Generations!"
And the Winner is............
Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice in the Best of Lawrence County Medical Home Care & Hospice Services Category.
We were also a finalist in the Non-Medical Home Care Category.
We could never do this without you!
You are all winners:
We are so proud of you all,
Melissa Jeremiah and JoDeana McNabb
The Washington County Chamber presented 14 Enduring Servitude Awards for those businesses that have remained open and continued to serve the community through the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to announce that Hoosier Uplands is a proud recipient of one of the awards.
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE, Director of Operations at Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice, was recently elected to serve as Secretary of the Indiana Association of Home & Hospice Care (IAHHC) Board of Directors; which is out of Indianapolis.
The staff of Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice were recently honored to be recipients of weather radios from the Lawrence County Emergency Management Agency; for our homebound patients in Lawrence County.
Pictured: Valerie Luchauer, Lawrence County EMA Director, Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE, Director of Operations,
Judi Taylor, LPN, Karen Cooper, HHA, Marilyn Morana, PT, Therapy Services Supervisor, Beth Frigerio, and
Molly Baker, RN, Clinical Services Supervisor
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE, was recently featured in the January/February 2021 edition of Home Healthcare Now for an article she wrote entitled, "Is Your Plan of Care SMART?"
Home Healthcare Now is a professional, contemporary journal serving the educational and communication needs of home care and hospice nurses.
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE
Director of Operations
Melissa Jeremiah Recently Granted Re-Credentialing as a Certified Home/Hospice Care Executive
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, Director of Operations with Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice was recently granted re-credentialing as a Certified Home/Hospice Care Executive (CHCE) by the Home Care University; which is an affiliate of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC). Credentialing represents achievement of a gold standard knowledge for the operation of a home care/hospice organization. The CHCE examination tests an individual's knowledge in the eight areas most relevant to the home care/hospice field. These include: fianace reimbursement; legal and regulatory; organization planning and management; human resources; quality and risk management; public relations; marketing and education; ethics; ad informantion management. Cheryl Lee, with NAHC, said this about Melissa, "We honor you for your example of excellence in home care leadership."
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE, Director of Operations, Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice, was elected to the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) Board of Directors. Evan Reinhardt, Executive for the Indiana Association for Home Care & Hospice (IAHHC) stated, "A big contratulations to Melissa for being acknowledged on the national stage and clearly a well-deserved honor after her years of dedicated service!" David Miller, CEO of Hoosier Uplands Economic Development Corporation stated, "We are very proud of Melissa's leadership role in home health and hospice and to have her expertise in this agency."
Melissa serves on the following committees at NAHC: Governance and Nominating Committee, Executive Evaluation and Compensation Committee; and the Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee.
Melissa Jeremiah, RN, CHCE
Director of Operations for Home Health Care & Hospice
15 years - Lori Williams
10 years - Sherri Mathies
5 years - Stepahnie Drury, Pam Hobson, Carrie Williams, and Hannah Jones
2 years - Tammy Albertson, Diane Fleetwood, Molly Baker, Holly Weller,
Marilyn Morana, and Mary Ann Knight
30 years of Service
Annette Gilliland, RN, South Team Leader
25 Years of Service
Dr. Luke Mosemann, Hospice Medical Director/
Home Health Medical Advisor
20 years of Service
Debbie Guthrie, RN
This year I have opted to not give the Caregiver of the Year Awards that are normally presented in December.
Everyone in Home Health Care & Hospice went above and beyond this year and are Superheroes and deserving of these awards. I am so very proud of each and every one of our team for stepping up and continuing to serve and meet the needs of others when they needed us the most. During this time we have worked as a team, without skipping a beat. Our staff have put the needs of our patients upfront and foremost.
Using the same scoring system I use for the Caregiver of the Year Awards, this year I am giving a gift card to a person from each field staff discipline who scored the highest score in their discipline.
Congrats to Amy Helming, PTA, Karen Cooper, HHA, and Jackie Carley, LPN.
A. Dombi, President of the National Association for Home Care
& Hospice and Melissa Jeremiah, RN, Director of Operations for Hoosier
Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice discussed the state of Home Health Care
& Hospice during the Indiana Association for Home & Hospice Care Spring
Conference on May 5, 2015.
Mayoral Home Health Care & Hospice Proclamation
Salem Mayor Justin Green
Mitchell Mayor J.D. England and Molly Baker
Phyllis Morris, RN and Bedford Mayor Sam Craig