CNS Home Health & Hospice Director Achieves Certification
WINFIELD, Ill., March 6, 2009 - Nancy Capocy, RN, MSN, CAHA, of Downers Grove recently was granted Certified Advanced Hospice Administrator status by the California Association for Health Services at Home. Currently, Capocy holds the position of Director of Hospice and Palliative Care at CNS Home Health & Hospice in Carol Stream. CNS Home Health & Hospice is an affiliate of Central DuPage Hospital.
The Certified Advanced Hospice Administrator program utilizes a case study approach to address advanced competencies for strategic positioning, financial management and legal compliance issues required of experienced home care administrators and senior managers. Participants must have at least three years of experience as a hospice administrator or senior- level hospice manager to be accepted into this program or at least one year of experience and a passing grade of 80 percent or higher on the Hospice Administrator Certificate Program.
Capocy holds an associate's degree in nursing from Guilford Community College, Jamestown, N.C., a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois and a Master of Science in nursing from Lewis University in Romeoville, Ill.
Passionate about hospice work, Capocy donates her free time to speak with community groups on the topic, as well as volunteering for the Christian Worship Center monthly food drive and the American Heart Association.
She and her husband, John, have two children.
ABOUT CNS HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE
An affiliate of Central DuPage Hospital
Since 1958, CNS Home Health & Hospice has been a nonprofit home health agency serving DuPage County and surrounding communities by providing skilled medical and psychiatric nursing; physical, occupation and speech therapies; social services, private duty and pharmacy and infusion care; and hospice/palliative care and bereavement services.
CNS offers medical social workers, home health aides, dieticians, phlebotomy services, caregiver services, wellness programs and home medical equipment. In 2006, it added Telehealth Home Monitoring to its suite of services.
A group of more than 150 volunteers also provides support to hospice families and homebound seniors by completing home visits, errands, clerical work and other tasks. For more information, please call CNS Home Health & Hospice at (630) 933-7329/TTY 630-933-4833 or visit www.cnshomehealth.org.
Amy Jo Steinbruecker
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