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Florida Hospital HospiceCare Announces New Admissions Coordinator

VOLUSIA & FLAGLER COUNTIES, Fla., January 16, 2014 – Florida Hospital HospiceCare has named Maria Moak to serve as Admissions Coordinator. 

In this new role, Moak will provide supervision to the Florida Hospital HospiceCare admissions team and manage the hospice referral and admissions process. In addition, she will support marketing and customer relations efforts.

Moak comes to Florida Hospital HospiceCare with nearly 20 years of experience. She began her medical career as an Emergency Medical Technician with EVAC and has experience in Intensive Care Units and Emergency Rooms.

Most recently, Moak worked for a hospice program based out of Port Orange for 12 years as a case a manger. In this role, she carried a case load of patients in the home setting, managing their symptoms and end-of-life issues. Here, she also spent four years as a patient care coordinator where she supervised a team of nearly 15 employees and coordinated the care of approximately 40 to 50 patients.

Moak, a Port Orange resident, is a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse and earned her Associate of Science in Nursing from Daytona Beach Community College.

Florida Hospital HospiceCare is the area’s only faith based, not-for-profit hospice organization accredited by The Joint Commission. Since 1996, Florida Hospital HospiceCare has cared for those in Volusia and Flagler counties facing life-limiting illnesses and injuries. With an interdisciplinary team of specialists, Florida Hospital HospiceCare can care for patients either in their own home or in one of the Florida Hospital HospiceCare inpatients units designed for acute care.

About Florida Hospital HospiceCare
Florida Hospital HospiceCare, a division of Florida Hospital Flagler and a member of Adventist Health System, is the area’s only faith based, not-for-profit hospice organization accredited by The Joint Commission. Florida Hospital HospiceCare has provided “life affirming care” to the residents of Volusia and Flagler Counties facing life-limiting illnesses and injuries since 1996 and extended services to Orange and Osceola Counties in 2011. With an interdisciplinary team of hospice-trained specialists, Florida Hospital HospiceCare provides services to those in need, whether the patient is in their own home or in one of the Florida Hospital HospiceCare inpatients units designed for acute care. For more information on Florida Hospital HospiceCare, call our administrative office at 386-671-2138 or 1-800-404-1133 or visit www.floridahospitalhospice.org.