Lin Maurano, RN, BSN, MSN Expands Her Role at Capital Caring Health
We are extremely pleased to announce that Linda “Lin” Maurano, RN, BSN, MSN, has agreed to expand her role, and will now serve as Vice President, Clinical Operations. In this capacity, reporting to Dr. Lee-Anne West SVP of Clinical Operations, Lin will oversee the clinical activities in Virginia as well as Maryland and the District of Columbia. Lin was outstanding in this role at Capital Caring Health previously, when she served as Vice President of Clinical Services from 2005 to 2009, and then as Executive Vice President of Clinical Services from 2009 through 2012.
Lin brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role, having served as President and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of Washington, President of MedStar Enterprises, Inc and, just prior to returning to Capital Caring Health in 2019, as Executive Director of Holy Cross Home Care and Hospice.
Lin holds a Master of Science degree in Nursing from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Salve Regina University in Rhode Island. She has published several prominent articles and book chapters on home care and hospice management and speaks locally and nationally on these and related topics. Lin has also served on a number of Boards such as the American Red Cross, DC Chapter, the Child Health Corporation of America and was one of the founding members of the Capital Home Health Association which serves home care and hospice organizations in Maryland and the District.
Please join us in congratulating Lin on her important new focus so critical to expanding our Mission in our core geographies.
Tom Koutsoumpas, President & CEO
Matt Kestenbaum, Chief Medical Officer
About Capital Caring Health
Capital Caring Health is one of the leading nonprofit providers of elder health, hospice, and advanced illness care for persons of all ages in the mid-Atlantic region. A member of a national network of 70 nonprofit, our mission is to provide patients and their families with advanced illness care that is second to none. We also have special hospice teams serving children and veterans. On an annual basis, we serve over 7,000 hospice patients and provide more than $3 million in charity care to those who are uninsured and have nowhere else to turn. Almost 90 cents out of every dollar goes to caring for patients and their families.