Delaware Hospice announces new hires

Delaware Hospice

NEWARK – Delaware Hospice is pleased to announce the addition of the following individuals to its staff.

Jennifer Boyd, of New Castle County, as a Medical Assistant. She holds a degree in Anthropology from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.

Samantha Bunting, CNA, of Shelbyville, as a Certified Nurse Assistant. Bunting holds certifications in Maryland and Delaware and has been working for Peninsula Regional Medical Center for the past year.

Jocelyn Burgess, CNA, of Dover, as a Certified Nurse Assistant. Burgess was awarded a Psychology Degree from Wesley College. She has three years experience working with acute care, hospice, and home care patients.

Gena Dempsey, RN, of Rehoboth, as a Registered Nurse. Dempsey earned her BSN from Immaculata University.

Tiffanie Fetzer, CNA, of Felton, as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Fetzer was awarded a Certified Nursing Assistant Degree from Polytech Adult Education and is CPR certified. She has worked for Bayhealth Kent General since 2012.

Jocelyn Kelly, RN, of Millsboro, as a Registered Nurse.

Andrea Pohland-Davis, of Wilmington, as the Chaplain for New Castle County. Pohland-Davis was ordained in 2013 at One Spirit Interfaith Seminary and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Delaware. She has been a volunteer with Delaware Hospice since 2004 and was nominated for Volunteer of the Year in 2010 by Delaware Hospice for the State of Delaware.

Jennifer Saienni, of Wilmington, as the Public Relations Specialist. Saienni holds a
Master’s Degree from LaSalle University and Bachelor’s Degree from Immaculata University. Since 2009, she has worked for a Catholic-independent Academy in Wilmington.

Melissa M. Shoultes BSN, of Seaford, as a Nurse Case Manager. Shoultes was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Wilmington University.

About Delaware Hospice
Since 1982, Delaware Hospice has provided exceptional care and support to 46,000 patients and their families. Its mission is to help each patient, each day, live the fullest, most comfortable life possible. Delaware Hospice is the largest and only licensed, nonprofit, community-based hospice serving Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania. Delaware Hospice is honored to be accredited by the Joint Commission; the nation’s leading health care standards-setting and accrediting organization. For more information about Delaware Hospice’s programs and services, upcoming events, or employment opportunities, call 800-838-9800 or visit our website,

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