Susan Enright has worked at Providence since 2019 as the Vice President of Home and Community-Based Services. She came to us with extensive experience in healthcare and leadership, both in hospitals and community-based services. Susan is Certified for Strategic Management through the Association for Strategic Planning and is also a Professional Registered Nurse in the state of Illinois. She is a Member of The Joint Commission, Nursing Advisory Council, and she also serves on the Leading Age Home and Community-Based Services Public Policy Board. Sue has four grown children, four grandchildren, and one “very spoiled beagle.” She loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling both domestic and abroad, reading, and knitting.
Welcome to Providence Hospice. We’re happy you stopped by, and we hope you’ll stay for a while and get to know us better.
Providence is an organization that lives its mission and values, as evidenced by the culture of caring and service. It strives to provide the highest quality of care to its residents, patients, and clients, and Providence Hospice is proud to offer our compassion and skill to serve you in your home.
I believe strongly in the Providence mission "to enhance the lives of those we serve," as it fits with the care I believe each person deserves. We enhance the lives we serve by protecting the dignity of each person as they move through the stages of life. Each person deserves the highest quality of care and respect. Palliative Care and Hospice Services services bring the compassionate care where the patient is most comfortable: in the home.
Providence Hospice has highly-skilled clinicians and caregivers that travel to each patient’s home and customize the care each person needs for hospice and palliative care. Our patients' choices and dignity will guide our service.
We know the choice for the right hospice provider can be a difficult one, so let us know how we can help make that choice easier. We hope to talk to you soon.
Vice President of Home and Community-Based Services