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Cedar Community welcomes new Administrator of Home Health and Hospice | By Carrie Sturn

West Bend, Wi – Cedar Community is pleased to welcome Nancy Chevremont as the Administrator of Cedar Community Home Health and Hospice. She has over 18 years of experience in the health care field, with an emphasis in home health and hospice.
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Chevremont holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in public administration and political science and a Master’s of Science degree in health services administration.

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Her path has led her to a variety of roles including scheduling, admissions, home health and hospice administrator, and supporting Medicaid dental plans. Being hired by Cedar Community was like coming full circle after having experience working with Cedar Community through a previous job at Heartland Home Healthcare and Hospice.

“Knowing the history of Cedar Community and the longevity of the staff, I knew it was a great place to work,” said Chevremont.
She felt it would be a great fit from the moment she met the team and was impressed with the compassion, camaraderie, and incredible teamwork, with everyone going above and beyond at a moment’s notice. “I am excited and blessed to be here,” said Chevremont.
Chevremont’s role includes overseeing all the services provided by Cedar Community’s Home Health and Hospice division, which is available to all Cedar Community residents and the greater community. She is responsible for assuring the highest degree of quality of care, while building relationship within the greater community.
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“Nancy is a great addition to our home health and hospice team and brings a wealth of knowledge in the field that will allow for continued success and growth. Her energy and compassion are a great addition to the team,” said Kelli DeRuyter, Administrator and Vice President of Clinical Services.

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About Cedar Community

Live more at Cedar Community, where their natural settings, faith-based mission, and high-quality services afford seniors the opportunity to live a more purposeful, fulfilled life among family and friends. From beautiful homes and apartments for active and independent retirees, to assisted living, short-term care and rehabilitation, skilled nursing, memory loss services, and home health and hospice, Cedar Community is the only not-for-profit senior retirement community in Washington County providing comprehensive residential and health care services for adults age 55 and better.

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