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Patsy S. Borchak - RN, BSN, BS

Patsy S. Borchak - RN, BSN, BS - Our Staff - ReviewWorks - Patsy_headshotSenior Nurse Case Manager

"Know what your customers want most and what your company does best. Focus on where those two meet."

Patsy is a Senior Case Manager who has extensive experience in the health care industry in nursing and nursing management. This includes experience in TBI, Psychiatric, Multiple Trauma and RSD diagnoses and treatment. She has done consulting for and has been Education Director and Director of Nursing for nursing homes. She has provided case management for medical, surgical and psychiatric home care patients. Patsy has helped start two home care programs and has acted as Branch Manager and Director of Clinical Services for these agencies. She is experienced in quality assurance, risk management and has extensive knowledge of JACHO and state licensing requirements. Patsy coordinates rehabilitation services for Catastrophic TBI and SCI, Multiple Trauma, Orthopedic, clients with psychiatric histories and RSD clients. Patsy also has experience providing expert testimony and developing Medical Cost Projections to assist with setting file reserves.
Metro Detroit-Eastern Region

Robert Bartlett - Vice President

"Exceeding customer expectations is more than a process. It's a culture where employees have the knowledge & skills to do what's right."

Stacey Stephens

"Listening, knowledge, and creativity cultivate rewarding outcomes in all partnerships."

Becky Quigley - RN, BSN

“There is no greater joy, no greater reward than to make a difference in the lives of others”

Olivia Susalla, RN, BSN

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success."

Rachel Francis, RN, BSN

"Treating each individual with a holistic approach to care is essential for successful recovery.

Stacey MacDonell, RN, BSN

''You must strive to surpass customer expectations through a passionate commitment to excellence and the highest of ethical and professional standards.''

Marcia L. Davis, RN

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts

Trisha Nesbitt, MSN, RN

"Treating each individual with a holistic approach to care is essential for successful recovery."