Please join with me in welcoming Jessica Good and Krista Murphy-Denlinger to the Homestead Village team. Both will become part of the Apostles Center Leadership Team.
Jessica is our new Registered Nurse Assessment Coordinator (RNAC), a very specialized RN who uses her skills to complete all of the documentation required by both the federal and state government. As RNAC, Mr. Good will ensure completion of the Minimum Data Set which is used to both care plan resident needs and for reimbursement from the Medicare and Medicaid programs. The RNAC position is very important from both a clinical and financial standpoint. Jessica earned her RN deagree at Lancaster General Hospital School of Nursing and her BSN from Millersville University. Our previous RNAC, Claire Salve, had worked for Homestead Village for many years; but due to family issues needed to resign from the RNAC position.
Krista Murphy-Denlinger is returning to Homestead Village after a four year hiatus. Her new role will be Social Worker for the Apostles Center for Care. She will be very familiar to many Homestead Village stakeholders as she worked in the dining services department form 1995-2010, starting when she was a high school student and continued to work here on weekends while working as a social worker elsewhere. Krista is also the wife of Rich Denlinger, Supervisor of Grounds. Krista earned her Bachelors Degree from Shippensburg University in 2001 and her Masters from Temple University in 2005. She will be coordinating both social services and admissions for the Apostles Center. Our current Social Worker, Ilyasha Kling has accepted a position with the Pennsylvania Department of Health in Harrisburg. We wish Ilyasha much success in her new position.