CENTREVILLE — Compass Regional Hospice has expanded its team, welcoming four new members to its staff.
“We are thrilled to be adding four talented staff members to our growing team and look forward to seeing how they will expand how we’re able to serve our community,” Chief Executive Officer Heather Guerieri said.
Kim Fogle has been appointed as the supervisor of support services, overseeing the social work program, guiding patients and their families through the psychosocial aspects of a diagnosis. Fogle, a licensed clinical social worker with a certification in hospice and palliative care, comes from the University of Maryland Shore Regional Health Palliative Care Program.
“I was motivated to join Compass Regional Hospice because of the organization’s reputation for quality care,” Fogle said. “I am excited to work with a committed, compassionate team of professionals as we serve the residents of Queen Anne’s, Kent and Caroline counties.”
Kellie Knopp joined the team as the quality and compliance manager. Knopp previously worked overseeing quality of patient care and survey readiness for multiple dialysis facilities across the state. She has a strong background in developing processes to ensure compliance and to ensure the highest quality of care is provided.
“After experiencing Compass services on personal level,” Knopp said, “I feel honored to be a part of such an incredible organization and am looking forward to working with our local community.”
Jessica Mumbulo was welcomed as the business development representative, managing community partnerships. She comes to Compass with 17 years of experience with territory development and strategic account management.
“I believe that Compass Regional Hospice’s philosophy and knowledgeable, welcoming staff will be a wonderful place to transition in my career and to expand my wonderful network of friends,” Mumbulo said.
Christina Moxey has joined the team as the clinical educator, responsible for the training and development of the nursing staff. Moxey’s career as a traveling nurse throughout the East Coast gave her extensive experience in all types of nursing from cardiac procedures, open heart surgery, cath lab, endoscopy, renal, respiratory and oncology. She was a manager and clinical educator for five years before joining Compass.
“After leaving the travel nursing world,” Moxey said “I wanted to find a position where I could feel passionate about the work I was doing. I have a personal connection to hospice as my grandmother is currently fighting a long battle with lung cancer, and I want to help the staff at Compass Regional Hospice deliver the best care to our patients.”