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  1. Wellpath Provides New Nurse At Zero Cost To County

    At Wellpath, we don’t just say patient care is our number one priority. Our actions prove it. When Guilford County, North Carolina Sheriff Danny Rogers was looking for the budget to hire a new discharge planner at the county jail, he met many obstacles. He was denied budget request after budget request and simply did not have the money to pay for the additional healthcare staff the jail needed. Through further discussion, Wellpath was alerted of the situation and stepped up, agreeing to fill the position at no additional cost to the county. Shortly after being denied funding by the county, Sheriff Rogers met with Wellpath’s VP of Partnership Development Zela Guirola and Director of Partnership Development, Laura Busbin to […]

  2. Veterans Services Offers Mental Health Resources

    At least 20 U.S. veterans die from suicide every day because of their traumatic experiences during military service. We applaud the work Veteran Services is doing to provide veterans with the mental healthcare they need. Click here to read the article.

  3. Wellpath Announces New Chief Human Resources Officer

    Nashville, TN – Today, Wellpath announced Ann Hatcher as the company’s new Chief Human Resources Officer. Hatcher, who previously served as Vice President of Human Resources for HCA Healthcare’s nursing services division since 2017, will begin her position at Wellpath on April 29. Hatcher served more than two decades with HCA where she held a number of positions and was a proven healthcare and human resources leader. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated the ability to build a culture of highly effective and engaged healthcare professionals committed to delivering quality health outcomes for patients. “Ann has a distinguished track record that is simply unmatched in our industry,” said Wellpath CEO Jorge Dominicis. “She has built and executed strategies to ensure […]

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