New owners of Arcadia Hospice are on mission.

Some staff members at Arcadia Hospice in Clarks Summit include, first row, Judy Longo, case manager; Susan Meyers, marketing and volunteer coordinater, and Rose Mary Fusla, business office coordinator. Second row, Pattie Fisher, social worker and bereavement councilor; Aaron Musselman and Kari Baer, owners; Patti Harris, case manager.

Clarks Summit, PA (Abington Journal) April 4, 2017
by Elizabeth Baumeister

Aaron Musselman and Kari Baer, the new owners of the former Hospice Advantage, now known as Arcadia Hospice, are on mission.

The women are on mission to give their agency, located at 700 S. State St., the feel of a small business with the resources of a big company to take care of their patients and their employees, to integrate with the community and make their services available to those who need them most.

“Our plan is to hit all the under-served folks,” said Musselman. “Most of the people who need the most access to care and have the least of it are the folks that are veterans, folks that don’t exactly have a lot of funds, in nursing homes and assisted living. …They need the most care and are the least served.”

One way in which the owners seek to accomplish all of this is by simply leaving it in the hands of the people who see the needs first hand: their employees.

Read the entire Hospice news article here.

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