December 31, 2014

Unity Hospice of Western Illinois Recognizes Director of Clinical Services

Eileen Perdue

Unity Hospice of Western Illinois DCS Eileen Perdue

Rochelle, Ill. – Unity Hospice of Western Illinois recently named Eileen Perdue, of DeKalb, Ill., December employee of the month for her dedication to the company, outstanding leadership of clinical staff and her determination to go above and beyond in his current role as director of clinical services (DCS). Unity Hospice Area Administrator and Regional Director of Professional Development Carla Humphreys made the announcement.

Perdue has served as DCS for three of the four years that she has been with Unity Hospice. This leadership role requires Perdue to provide management to Unity Hospice clinical staff as well as oversee the implementation of hospice care, making sure the delivery of service exceeds patient and family expectations and abides by the healthcare laws and regulations as stated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Perdue attains a sense of loyalty, flexibility and utmost respect for others that shines through in her daily work routine. It is with great appreciation for her contributions that Unity Hospice named Perdue employee of the month.

Perdue received her Associate Degree in Applied Science of Nursing from Kishwaukee Community College in 2002.

About Unity Hospice
Founded in 1992, Unity Hospice is a family owned and operated hospice and palliative care company committed to providing comprehensive care, support and education to people facing a life-limiting illness, those who care for them and the community. Unity Hospice offers care of the highest quality by licensed and competent staff in accordance with laws & regulations and accepted standards of practice. With the dedication to make their patients’ final days comfortable, Unity Hospice provides an interdisciplinary approach to each individual and family, in which they go above and beyond everyday to meet their needs.

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