Vice President of Home Health Operations
Nancy joined Peninsula Home Care in 2011 bringing 14 years of home health expertise to the Salisbury branch. She moved to the Eastern Shore from Richmond, Virginia where she worked for Bon Secours, and led the business to become recognized as the Best Performing Home Health Care agency in Richmond in 2008, by Medicare Home Health Compare.
In her role as Peninsula Home Care area director of operations she has assumed responsibility of the Eastern Shore branches of Maryland and Delaware. Bagwell will guide day-to-day operations to ensure the PHC team provides high quality care per regulatory standards. She will also continue to work closely with community partners such as Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Nanticoke Health Services, and local practitioners to provide services such as the Community Health Worker Program to reduce hospital readmissions through a coordinated continuum of care model.
PHCN Delaware Branch Director Seaford
Dr. Beverly White joined Peninsula Home Care at Nanticoke (PHCN) in 2015 as the Account Manager responsible for business growth and development. In 2016, she was promoted to Branch Director of PHCN to oversee the daily clinical operations and fiscal management of the organization. Beverly received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Therapeutic Recreation from Salisbury University in 1991 and 1993, respectively. In 2009, she returned to college to earn a Master’s in Health Care Administration, eventually completing her educational journey in the fall of 2016 with a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Administration and Leadership from Wilmington University. Beverly takes great pride in her role serving as the ambassador for PHCN’s field-based skilled clinicians, as well as their partners and patients in the community they serve. Beverly lives with her husband and daughter in Seaford, DE.
PHC Maryland Branch Director
Barbara Murray came to Peninsula Home Care of Maryland in 2018 as Branch Director, responsible for organizing and managing all aspects of administrative and clinical activity in the Salisbury and Ocean Pines branches. In total, she brings more than 30 years of diverse health care experience to the table. Over the course of her career she has served as the executive director of an assisted living facility and of a wound care center. She also has experience in pharmaceutical sales and long-term care facilities marketing. With a focus on quality patient care, she manages a team that includes skilled nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathology, medical social workers and more while coordinating with local hospitals and partner organizations. Barbara resides in Ocean City, MD. with her husband, two dogs and two cats. They have three grown children.
Vice President of Clinical Services
As director of clinical services for Peninsula Home Care, Robyn is accountable for directing and implementing processes that monitor and facilitate continuous improvement of the clinical services delivered by the organization. She coordinates and participates in orientation, training programs, staff development, regulations, and accrediting standards. She is a member of the senior management team, participating in strategic planning, policy development and implementation, and administrative decision making with a focus on the integrity of the company’s clinical practice.
A nurse for 27 years, Robyn has worked in the home care industry for 20 years. She started as a behavioral health home care and hospice nurse. She also served in home care management and administration in a variety of positions from clinical manager to director of operations for the last 18 years. In 2004, Robyn opened the first Delaware Peninsula Home Care branch office in Seaford, Delaware.
Originally from Kent Island, Maryland, Robyn received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from the University of Maryland and is a Diploma RN graduate of Macqueen Gibbs Willis School of Nursing.