Peninsula Home Care adds to its therapy staff

SALISBURY — Peninsula Home Care, an award winning home care agency on the Lower Shore of Delmarva, welcomed four new staff members to the Maryland team in Salisbury.

 

New to the team include the following:

Kate Zimmerman

Kate Zimmerman

 

Kate Zimmerman

Kate rejoins Peninsula Home Care in the Salisbury office as a physical therapist assistant. She previously worked with the Seaford team from 2007-2012 in the same position.  Kate also has experience working in rehabilitation hospitals (both in and outpatient facilities), nursing homes and home health care. She has an Associate’s degree in Applied Sciences and enjoys the one-on-one interactions during treatment with patients.

 

Miranda Wood

Miranda Wood

 

Miranda Wood

Miranda has been hired by the Salisbury team as a certified occupational therapy assistant to educate patients about techniques to make daily living tasks at home easier.  She comes to PHC from Select Rehabilitation and Health South Rehabilitation Hospital.  Miranda has an Associate’s degree in Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Delaware Technical Community College.  She is a member of Phi Theta Cappa honor Society and Magna Cum Laude and actively participated in her local church as a Sunday School teacher.  Her favorite part of working in home care is assisting the patients one-on-one.

 

Erin Gray

Erin Gray

Erin Gray

 

Erin joins Peninsula Home Care as a licensed certified occupational therapy assistant. She received her Occupational Therapy Assistant degree from Delaware Technical Community College with honors Magna Cum Laude. With six years’ experience, Erin will be assisting with treatment plans, creating home exercise programs and educating patients and their families about energy conditioning and safety in the home. She currently resides in Worcester County.

 

Lanilyn Eleanor Liban

Lanilyn Liban

Lanilyn Liban

 

Lanilyn was recently hired by Peninsula Home Care as a physical therapist with six years’ experience.  She previously worked in a hospital setting for five years and one in an outpatient clinic. She received her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Physiotherapy from De La Salle College. Her favorite part of the job is seeing her patience get better. She currently resides in Wicomico County.

 

Providing care for more than 30 years, Peninsula Home Care ensures that all patients are involved in their plan of care and strives to give them every opportunity to maintain their independence in the home. The agency has served more than 42,000 patients on Delmarva and has been named to the “Home Health Care Elite” three times in six years. For more information, visit www.peninsulahomecare.com.

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