Hospice & Community Care Announces Board Leadership Change

Hospice & Community Care Announces Board Leadership Change

Rock Hill, SC: Hospice & Community Care (HCC), the region’s most trusted hospice care provider, announced today the leadership transition of its board of directors. Kathy Patrick Wilson, a longtime HCC board member and supporter, completed her board leadership position as board chair as of February 2021. Rotating into the role of board chair is Judy Mobley, who supported Kathy as the vice-chair of the board of directors.

Kathy’s service as board chair included several notable accomplishments, including the groundbreaking of the region’s only nonprofit hospice inpatient facility. Named in honor of her father, the Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House provides the highest quality end-of-life care for patients and their families right here in our community. Additionally, her leadership paved the way for unprecedented growth within the organization and successful accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) in 2017.

“It was a great honor to serve as board chair of Hospice & Community Care, and I thank the HCC board of directors and staff for the opportunity,” said Kathy. “Serving this organization and ensuring that patients and families in need of care right here in our community has and will continue to be a passion close to my heart. I join my fellow board members in extending our congratulations to Judy on becoming the new board chair. I am very confident that under her leadership, the board will continue to make a positive difference in the organization’s mission and impact.”

As Kathy rotates from her role on the board, HCC is proud to recognize Judy Mobley as our new Chair. Judy is a retired Rock Hill Schools administrator and former principal of Rock Hill High School. Assuming the role of Vice Chair is Iris Rose, a retired Human Resources professional at Duke Energy. The combined experience and skill sets that Judy and Iris bring to their board leadership represent an exciting opportunity for the future of our board.

“Our Board of Directors is comprised of a dedicated team of community leaders committed to providing hope, comfort, and compassion to our community when needed most,” said Jane Armstrong, CEO Hospice & Community Care. “We are excited to channel Judy and Iris’s talent, expertise, and energy into furthering our mission.”

The new board leadership began its new term effective February 2021. Additionally, Hospice & Community Care seeks to grow our board leadership and is looking for additional hard working and committed local leaders to serve on our board of directors. For more information on available board leadership positions, please contact us at (803) 329-1500.

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