Submitted by Cypress Basin Hospice


With 2018 coming to an end and 2019 on the horizon, Ashley Jordan, RN, BSN, CHPN Interim Executive Director/Clinical Director of Cypress Basin Hospice would like to provide our community with an update on personnel changes.

“As the current Interim Executive Director, I am excited to announce the following promotions and position changes at Cypress Basin Hospice. Amanda Gray, RN and Keri Martin, RN have accepted and have already initiated their roles as Community Nurse Liaison in Mt. Pleasant, Paris, and Sulphur Springs. Amanda and Keri combined have over 10 years of hospice care experience, and will be essential in building relationships out in the community with hospitals, nursing facilities, doctor’s offices, and other community organizations and community members.

Niki Haynes has moved to full-time as Community Relations and Development Manager, and will continue to coordinate fundraising events for our Community Patient Care Program; Niki will also assume the responsibility of public relations and media for Cypress Basin Hospice, as well as CBH Community Connect program which provides connections to resources available in our community.

Yorri Massey has been promoted from Assistant Volunteer Services Coordinator to full-time Volunteer Services Coordinator. Yorri will continue to recruit, train, and coordinate community volunteers for all Cypress Basin Hospice needs, including but not limited to, patient care, administrative tasks, fundraising events, and community outreach.

“I am excited about the growth our team is experiencing. The above-mentioned positions are crucial in moving forward in our mission to provide quality, end of life care, to all citizens of Northeast Texas in the 16-county service area of Cypress Basin Hospice. We are looking forward to continuing that mission in 2019 with an on-going focus to honor life by providing comfort, care and compassion to all who qualify for this specialty level of care. We thank all of our communities for your continued support so we may continue to provide excellent end of life care to all those who are in need,” said Ashley Jordan.