Phoenix based hospice names new CEO and executive director

Continuing a philosophy of patient-centered hospice service, Phoenix based Comprehensive Hospice and Palliative Care, a physician and nurse owned and operated hospice is proud to announce the appointment of Megan Reynolds as chief executive officer, and the promotion of CHPC Registered Nurse Dana Brooks to executive director.

Megan Reynolds

Megan Reynolds

Comprehensive Hospice Founder and Chairman of the Board, Dr. Ken Pettit, announced the leadership changes to staff last week.

“Megan Reynolds and RN Dana Brooks, combined bring more than 30 years of leadership experience in the hospice and home health care field to Comprehensive Hospice and Palliative Care,” said Dr. Pettit.

“We knew that we needed to make this leadership change in order to insure the continued success of our company, and firmly believe these two leaders will no doubt take our care to an even higher level in years to come.”

Comprehensive Hospice, which was founded in 2011 is a patient-centered hospice service providing patient care with the utmost levels of compassion and respect. CHPC seeks to provide holistic care, including the interdisciplinary team, medications, supplies and other treatment options to address the medical, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals and families.

Dana Brooks

Dana Brooks

Over the past decade, Ms. Reynolds has successfully managed several private home health care  and hospice facilities in the midwest and southeast.

Most recently the Ohio native oversaw four branches as a Regional Vice President for Nurse on Call Home Healthcare located in Florida. In March Reynolds relocated to Arizona from Florida to serve as the new CEO of CHPC.

“It’s an honor to be part of team that is centered on patient care and supporting patient needs ahead of any of business decision,” said Ms. Reynolds. “From our employees to our patients, Comprehensive Hospice maintains the same philosophy.  It is not just about the end of the life, it’s about making the most of time we have on this planet.”

Dana Brooks has worked for the past four years at Comprehensive Hospice and has worked as a registered nurse for more than 20-years in California and Arizona.

As the new Executive Director of Arizona’s physician and nurse owned operated hospice, Ms. Brooks says her focus at CHPC will continue to focus on ensuring patients and their families receive the education, assistance and guidance necessary for them to contribute to and lead their personalized plan of care.

“This is 24/7 business and whether it’s hunting down that coveted Root Beer Float or arranging for our patients to see a doctor on holiday, our doctors, nurses and staff are devoted to exceeding our patients needs.  As the new Executive Director of Comprehensive Hospice, I am excited about the future of this hospice and the fact that I will be leading the charge to deliver those last moments that will be forever cherished by those families and patients we serve,” said Ms. Brooks.

To get more information about Comprehensive Hospice Palliative Care please visit or call 602-795-9705.


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