Chief of Nursing

New England Life Care | Woburn, MA and South Portland, ME

Permanent Position


New England Life Care (NELC) is a 501(e) not-for-profit, hospital services collaborative whose mission is “to be an indispensable care partner collaborating with Members to transform the patient care continuum”.  Founded in 1987, the NELC collaborative currently includes  55 hospital collaborative members located in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, including Mass General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Maine Medical Center, UMass Medical Center and many others. It has been accredited by the Joint Commission since 1993. NELC provides home infusion, pharmacy compounding, vascular access services, population health and value management programs and data analytics to its member hospitals.  NELC maintains an overall patient satisfaction rating of 96 percent and  employs more than 425 employees across New England and serves more than 4,500 patients on active daily census.  NELC provided more than $1.3M in charitable care to patients in 2020.


New England Life Care (NELC) a 501(e) hospital services collaborative organization and distinctive provider of home infusion, pharmacy compounding services, and population health and value management programs is seeking a Chief of Nursing (CNO), who will lead the Division of Nursing consisting of more than 150 professional and administrative staff. New England Life Care (NELC) is the fastest growing home infusion therapy services company in New England and is the region’s only non-profit home infusion provider. NELC is owned by its 55 member hospitals located throughout New England. NELC is a rapidly growing organization that works in partnership with its member hospitals to reduce unnecessary hospital days and emergency department visits and operates in a genuine partnership role with its member hospitals to design new paradigms of care that will return patients to their home or provide services that will maintain patients at home avoiding hospitals stays.


Reporting to the Vice President of Clinical Operations, the CNO is a member of the senior leadership team and will have substantial operational experience and extensive knowledge of home health and home infusion services. The CNO may also have held leadership roles in complex academic settings in case management as well. The CNO is joining an organization with a culture where patients always come first and if that requires designing a work around for a single patient that will be refined as an SOP for all patients next time, that is the modus operandi. NELC is an organization and a culture where the pace of play is the norm. It is an agile organization that keeps the patient at the center of operational activity, improvement, safety, and quality.

Chief of Nursing

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