Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice announces Susan D’Adamio as agency service representative
Posted: Wednesday, September 9, 2009 8:01 pm
MARTIN — Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice, a leading provider of home health, hospice and private duty services, has announced the appointment of Susan Hall D’Adamio as Agency Service representative.
In her new position, Mrs. D’Adamio will be responsible for the agency’s community education and business development activities in Carroll, Dyer, Gibson, Lake, Obion and Weakley counties. She possesses a strong working knowledge of the health care industry as she comes to Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice with an impressive career of more than 23 years in the field of homecare services.
She previously worked for Abbey Home health care/Apria and Medical Center Medical Products in sales and marketing. Most recently, she worked in Corporate Development for Methodist health care Systems.
Mrs. D’Adamio currently serves as vice president of the Rural West Tennessee Home Care Association and is an active member of the Northwest Tennessee Association of health care Social Workers and the Northwest Tennessee Case Manager Association.
She has received much recognition during her career including being named West Tennessee health care’s “Humanitarian of the Year Award” in 2004 and Methodist health care’s “Power of One Award” in 2008. She dedicates much of her spare time to volunteer work including the Meals on Wheels program, serving as a committee member for the American Cancer Society and being a Wish Granter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
She is a graduate of McKenzie High School and attended the University of Tennessee at Martin and West Tennessee Business College in Jackson. A native of Carroll County, she currently resides in McKenzie with her husband, John. She is the mother of two children: a son, Jake Smith, who is in his second year of pharmacy school in Memphis and a daughter, Kimberly Foster, who resides with husband, Andrew Foster, in Collierville and is an account representative for C.H. Robinson.
Mrs. D’Adamio’s hobbies include cooking, traveling, walking and spending time with her family and two Yorkies, Bella and Eden. She is an active member of First Methodist Church in McKenzie. “I feel lucky to have the opportunity to work for such a great organization,” she said.
Founded in 1982, Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice is a full-service home care organization, providing home health, hospice and private duty services to patients in 24 counties throughout West and Middle Tennessee. With 17 branch locations, the agency delivers comprehensive care ranging from basic assistance with daily living to advanced medical treatment. For more information concerning available services, contact Tennessee Quality Homecare & Hospice at 1-866-846-8081 or visit www.tnhomecare.com.
Published in The Messenger 9.9.09