Kelly Morse, RN, BSN, BBA, CHPN, is program director of the Wound Healing Center. Morse brings 30 years of healthcare experience to the center. As program director, Morse will be responsible for all aspects of the center’s operation including ensuring quality patient care, recruiting and hiring, compliance with federal and state guidelines, budgeting and fiscal policies and marketing and sales.
A resident of Hancock, Mass., Morse most recently was with Hospice Services of Western Massachusetts as its Director of Clinical Services. She is medical director for the Town of Hancock Board of Health.
Morse is a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse, a Hospice and Palliative Care National Clinical Trainer, a Sudden Infant Death Counselor, an HIV Counselor, and a Blood Born Pathogen Trainer.
Adams resident Ruth Lennon, BSN, WOCN, is the Wound Healing Center’s clinical nurse manager. A certified wound care nurse with 11 years of experience in the specialty, Lennon will be responsible for all clinical aspects of the center including providing continuity of care for patients, integrating new therapies into care and training new personnel, reviewing and reporting on patient outcomes, and ensuring quality of care.
Lennon most recently served as case manager at Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of Northern Berkshire where she assisted with the creation of its wound care program. She holds a bachelor‘s degree in nursing from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and has 14 years of service in diversified nursing and administration.