Delaware Hospice announces new hires
Delaware Hospice is announces the addition of the following individuals to its staff:
Rachael Cartwright, RN, of Laurel, as a registered nurse. Cartwright earned her diploma of nursing from Beebe School of Nursing and has experience in emergency as well as cardiac or critical care.
Carol Dobson, MSW, of Lewes, as a bereavement counselor. Dobson earned her master of social work from University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. Dobson is a native of Milford and has served Delaware Hospice previously for several years as a counselor in both New Castle and Sussex counties.
Kayla Fitzwater, RN, of Dover, as an admissions nurse. Fitzwater earned her degree in nursing from Delaware State University.
Oji Gibson, BSN, RN, of New Castle County, as an admissions nurse. Gibson has 11 years of clinical experience.
Valerie Graham, MSN, RN, of Camden, as a registered nurse. Graham earned her master of science in nursing from Grantham University, bachelor of science in nursing from Salisbury University and has extensive public health experience.
Nicole Hunter, MSN, FNP-BC, of Middletown, as a family nurse practitioner. Hunter earned her master of science in nursing from Wilmington University and has seven years of experience with a Delaware hospital.
Jamie Johnson, RN, of Middletown, as a registered nurse. Johnson earned her diploma of nursing from the Beebe School of Nursing.
Brenda Layton, of Laurel, as a certified nursing assistant at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford.
Dawn McHugh of Dover as a development assistant. McHugh has prior experience with MBNA America, Sterling Trust and Delaware Children’s Museum.
Samuel Medon of Wilmington as a certified nursing assistant. Medon earned his certification as a certified nursing assistant from Delaware Technical Community College and has served previously as a home health CNA.
Judith Pantalino, MS, NCC, of New Castle as a bereavement counselor. Pantalino earned her master of science in community counseling from Wilmington University and has 38 years of experience with a Delaware hospital.
Daniell Sanchez, RN, BSN, CWCA, of Sussex County as a registered nurse. Sanchez earned her bachelor of science from Delaware Technical Community College.