Vt. hospice group taps new leaders
BERLIN — Two women have been appointed to Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice’s senior management team.
Kim LaGue, of Berlin, has been named chief operating officer and Kelly Thompson, of Randolph, has been named chief financial officer.
“In a time when health care is changing so rapidly, I am thrilled that these two women expressed an interest in moving into the next decade with CVHHH in leadership roles,” Chief Executive Officer Sandy Rouse said in a statement. “Their knowledge of the organization and ties with the community made them the ideal choice in filling these critical positions.”
LaGue has been with CVHHH for more than 20 years. She spent most of her career as CVHHH’s rehabilitation specialist, responsible for the organization’s therapy program including direct oversight of the therapists on staff.
Thompson has been with CVHHH for 11 years, spending most of her career as the controller, and most recently as the director of finance. During her time with CVHHH, Thompson has overseen the functions of the finance team related to billing, payroll, accounts payable, general ledger activities and financial reporting.MORE IN National / World BusinessSAN FRANCISCO — Calling it “ridiculous” and “baseless,” IBM on Monday dismissed a report that... Full StoryThe election result in Greece reflects a growing European backlash against austerity policies. Full Story
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