Presence Health Announces Connie March as New Head of Continuum of Care
MOKENA, Ill., April 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Resurrection Healthcare and Provena Healthcare, now joined as Presence Health, has appointed Connie March as President and CEO of its Continuum of Care. The new Continuum includes a range of care, services, and support options that include a long term acute care hospital, private duty home care, home health agencies, independent and assisted living campuses, adult and child day care centers, sub-acute/skilled nursing facilities, hospices, home and community based services, and long term care pharmacies that touch the lives of more than 5,000 persons daily.
March has served as the head of the continuum of Provena Health and its predecessor organizations since 1985, leading their operations in both Illinois and Indiana.
“I am so pleased to be a part of Presence Health and proud of our Continuum of Care services,” said March. “We support patients through every stage of their life and their health, always keeping the focus on patient and family centered care.”
A former Geriatric and Adult Nurse Practitioner, March has authored several articles and books pertaining to long-term care, and has worked in the field of geriatrics for most of that time holding various clinical, educator and administrative roles.
March serves on The Joint Commission Board, Illinois Catholic Health Association Board, Life Services Network Board and Northern Illinois University School of Nursing Advisory Board. She previously served on the LeadingAge Board, a national association for senior care providers, and the Catholic Health Association Board.
Connie March, 64, resides in Peotone, IL, with her husband.
About Provena Resurrection Continuum of Care Division
The Provena Resurrection Health System Continuum of Care offers a range of care, services and support options including: a long term acute care hospital, private duty home care, home health agencies, independent living campuses, assisted living campuses, adult and child day care centers, sub-acute skilled nursing facilities, hospice agencies, home and community based services, and a centralized long term care pharmacy.
SOURCE Resurrection Health Care