Odie Bacon RN-BC, CCM, MSN
Odie Bacon earned her Master’s of Science in Nursing Leadership and Management from Western Governor’s University of Washington. She is a Board-Certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse and a Certified Case Manager. Odie is interested in how to effectively improve individual’s behaviors and built-in environments to prevent and manage chronic diseases. Odie provides individual, customized care that caters to all aspects of her clients - centered on the body, mind and spirit.
Tarra Vega RN
Tarra’s experience in community nursing, homecare and long-term care allows her to provide valuable insight, focusing on improving patient outcomes after discharge and decreasing re-hospitalization rates. She studied Geriatric and Palliative Care at the University of Washington and her passion to help others became a motivation for her to advance her career in nursing. In 2012 and 2013, she was awarded the Extraordinary Home Health Achievement Award, recognizing her work in treating disabled veterans and educating the community on preventative care.
Jenny Dooley RN
Jenny Dooley earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Pacific Lutheran University. She has over 20 years of nursing experience, working with clients in the hospital setting as well as in Geriatrics, Home Health and Hospice (including Palliative Care). Jenny specializes in creating a client-centered plan by incorporating the management of chronic illnesses, creative problem solving and the enhancement of one’s quality of life.
Janet Pomeroy, MSW
Janet has over 15 years of experience as a Medical Social Worker, assisting clients and families with their medical, social and care needs. Janet earned her Master’s in Social Work from University of Georgia and offers a comforting and supportive style when working with her clients. She is able to find creative solutions and resources to challenging situations, with a focus on increasing a sense of wellness, reducing stress and honoring each individual’s unique life journey.
Lisa Baril LPN
Lisa graduated from Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences as a Licensed Practicing Nurse. She believes that when caring for someone, thinking of the whole person is most important. Lisa’s philosophy of care is that true wellness is not achieved by medical care alone, but through healing relationships that speak to people's minds, bodies and spirits.