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Bowling appointed hospice CEO
Nancy Bowling has been appointed president and CEO of Hospice of Charles County, board Chairwoman Kathi Payne announced in a news release.
The agency’s board appointed Bowling as CEO after searching for several months. Bowling has served as interim CEO since October of last year.
“The board is enthusiastic about our appointment of Nancy Bowling as Hospice’s next CEO,” Payne said in the release. “Nancy has displayed strong leadership skills during her interim.”
Bowling has dedicated her professional career to health care with more than 20 years of management, marketing and customer service experience within the hospice, rehabilitation and long-term care areas of the health care industry, the release states.
She joined Hospice of Charles County in November 1998, working as the business operations coordinator in the finance department.
Bowling was promoted to director of finance and market advancement in 2005.
“This is an exciting time to lead our hospice,” Bowling said in the release. “With the opening of our hospice house, we are now able to deliver additional services for our community. We can provide a comfortable, home-like setting where our patients can receive around the clock care. In addition we are in tune to the families’ needs, such as having people to support them through this journey.”
Hospice of Charles County provides end-of-life care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families.
The agency employees 37 staff members and has 90 active volunteers.