DUNCAN, S.C. — The Compassus program serving Duncan and surrounding communities has named Amanda Cooper director of clinical services for the hospice program serving upstate South Carolina. In her new role, Cooper will oversee clinical aspects of the program and lead a team of nursing personnel, care workers, and office staff to deliver the highest quality hospice care and palliative services.
Cooper comes to Duncan from the Compassus program serving Branson and Monett, Missouri. She brings leadership experience in the delivery of patient care, colleague performance and growth and the development and ongoing monitoring of regulatory and quality programs. Before Compassus, Cooper served as RN coordinator for a regional hospice in Springfield, Missouri, where she supervised hospice clinical and non-clinical staff and was responsible for coordinating new referrals and admittances.
“Compassus holds such a genuine focus on integrity, quality and compassion and it is apparent in the care we provide for our patients and their families,” said Cooper. “Hospice has always been a passion of mine, and I am proud to continue my journey with this incredible organization in my new role in South Carolina.”
Cooper’s appointment is part of the program’s mission to deliver its market-leading hospice services to more people who qualify, and to recruiting and retaining top talent.
Cooper holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing and is a certified Basic Life Support instructor for the American Heart Association.
For more information about Compassus or its services, visit compassus.com or call (864) 542-2536.