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Maggie Dean Burke

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director

Seacoast Visiting Nurse Association

HQ Phone:  (603) 926-2066

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Administrator

Personal-Touch Home Care Inc


Executive Director and Project Specialist

VNA & Hospice of Southwestern Vermont Health Care


Corporate Recruiter and Talent Acquisition

ITT Corporation


Executive Director

Seacoast Visiting Nurse Association


Student

Southern Vermont College


Director

New Hampshire Homecare Association


SVHC


Southwestern Vermont Medical Center


Affiliations

Southern New Hampshire University

Adjunct Faculty Member


Home Care Association of New Hampshire

Chief Executive Officer


Daniel Webster College

Adjunct Faculty Member


Granite State College

Adjunct Faculty Member


Education

Southern Vermont College


Master of Science degree

business education

Southern New Hampshire University


Web References(15 Total References)


Home Care Association of New Hampshire : Staff and Management

www.homecarenh.org [cached]

Maggie Burke
Seacoast Visiting Nurses Association 29 Lafayette Road North Hampton, NH 03862


Home Care Association of New Hampshire : News

www.homecarenh.org [cached]

The operational efficiencies created through the merger will ensure the ongoing viability of comprehensive, high quality home care services in the New Hampshire region," said Maggie Burke, Executive Director of Seacoast VNA.
Home Health VNA has been providing home health care in many southern New Hampshire cities and towns for more than 25 years, and in the last five years has provided care to almost 12,000 patients in the Granite state. Seacoast VNA will retain its name, and will operate as a branch of Home Health VNA. Maggie Burke, CEO at Seacoast VNA for the past 5 ½ years, will be working with HHVNA though the summer to complete the transition, and will then be moving on.


Home Care Association of New Hampshire : News

www.homecarenh.org [cached]

At the Home Care Association's 32nd Annual Meeting on June 14, the membership elected three new members to the Board of Directors: Maggie Burke, CEO of Seacoast VNA in North Hampton; Linda Carter, CEO of Healthy At Home in Nashua; and Julie Reynolds, Clinical Director at Rochester District VNA.


www.benningtonbanner.com

BENNINGTON -- SVMC is pleased to announce the appointment of Maggie Burke to the position of executive director of the VNA & Hospice of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC).
Burke joined SVHC in December 2011. "I'm very excited about coming to the VNA & Hospice of SVHC," said Burke. "It's wonderful to be associated with a high quality visiting nurse association and hospice that is connected with a larger health system. It offers such a coordinated setting for patient care." Burke brings extensive business management experience to SVMC. She has a Master of Science degree in business education from Southern New Hampshire University. Living on the coast of New Hampshire, she most recently was the chief executive officer of a home health consulting company. In this role, Burke provided Medicare-certified home health agencies with strategic, financial, and staffing expertise and set up a new branch office for the Whittier Home Health Care Agency in North Hampton, N.H. During that time, Burke was also was responsible for the human resources function for more than 25 positions for a multi-national corporation's U.S. operations. She also provided transition services and updated the insurance contracts for a New Hampshire home health visiting nurse association. Before that, Burke was the director of a visiting nurse association and an Executive Committee member of the New Hampshire Homecare Association. Other work Advertisement experience includes serving as the executive director of a hospital-based visiting nurse association in Idaho. "If there's one thing I've learned," said Burke, "is that quality home health and hospice care are about the value of the people doing the work. SVMC has an incredible strength in the depth of the people who work for the VNA & Hospice of SVHC. "I believe that home health and hospice care are about keeping people who want to be at home in their homes for as long as it is safely possible," she added. "Every action we take on our patients' behalf, whether visiting them for nursing services or relieving a care-giving family member for an afternoon, will impact our patients' lives in some way. It's our responsibility to make that impact a positive one that contributes to each individual patient's goals." Burke is transitioning to the Bennington area with her 13-year-old daughter, Alaina. Bennington is a part of Vermont that Burke is very familiar with, having been a student at Southern Vermont College for two years. "I love New England and I love Bennington and all it has to offer while still being a smaller town," she said. "I'm looking forward to living here full-time and enjoying the culture and history of the area."


svhealthcare.org

BENNINGTON - SVMC is pleased to announce the appointment of Maggie Burke to the position of executive director of the VNA & Hospice of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC).
Burke joined SVHC in December 2011. "I'm very excited about coming to the VNA & Hospice of SVHC," said Burke. "It's wonderful to be associated with a high quality visiting nurse association and hospice that is connected with a larger health system. It offers such a coordinated setting for patient care." Burke brings extensive business management experience to SVMC. She has a Master of Science degree in business education from Southern New Hampshire University. Living on the coast of New Hampshire, she most recently was the chief executive officer of a home health consulting company. In this role, Burke provided Medicare-certified home health agencies with strategic, financial, and staffing expertise and set up a new branch office for the Whittier Home Health Care Agency in North Hampton, N.H. During that time, Burke was also was responsible for the human resources function for more than 25 positions for a multi-national corporation's U.S. operations. She also provided transition services and updated the insurance contracts for a New Hampshire home health visiting nurse association. Before that, Burke was the director of a visiting nurse association and an Executive Committee member of the New Hampshire Homecare Association. Other work experience includes serving as the executive director of a hospital-based visiting nurse association in Idaho. "If there's one thing I've learned," said Burke, "is that quality home health and hospice care are about the value of the people doing the work. SVMC has an incredible strength in the depth of the people who work for the VNA & Hospice of SVHC. "I believe that home health and hospice care are about keeping people who want to be at home in their homes for as long as it is safely possible," she added. "Every action we take on our patients' behalf, whether visiting them for nursing services or relieving a care-giving family member for an afternoon, will impact our patients' lives in some way. It's our responsibility to make that impact a positive one that contributes to each individual patient's goals." Burke is transitioning to the Bennington area with her 13-year-old daughter, Alaina. Bennington is a part of Vermont that Burke is very familiar with, having been a student at Southern Vermont College for two years. "I love New England and I love Bennington and all it has to offer while still being a smaller town," she said. "I'm looking forward to living here full-time and enjoying the culture and history of the area."


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