Advocacy for people who need guidance through the Healthcare System is the primary function of the Care Manager. At Hired Hearts, we are trained to assess, plan, coordinate, monitor and provide services to any person of need and their families. Hired Hearts believes in equality of service and care to everyone regardless of people’s age, disability, gender, gender idenity, race, religion, or sexual orientation. Hired Hearts works directly with the client, families, physicians, attorneys, facilities, therapists, and home health care agencies to achieve optimum recovery.
To be alone in a healthcare crisis is a scary place to be, Hired Hearts will guide you through the medical maze. Our close supervision and monitoring will ensure the HIGHEST QUALITY HEALTHCARE.
- Care Management
- Nurse Consulting
Karen Greene, President of Hired Hearts, started her nursing career in 2002 and immediately saw the need to advocate for those who needed a voice. Hired Hearts was created as a Care Management and Nurse Consulting service. In 2006, she took it a step further and became a Professional Guardian knowing she could make a difference for an even greater population.
Karen is proud to announce, July 2016 she was appointed Florida State Guardianship Association President Elect after serving as the President of the Florida Guardianship Association, Palm Beach Chapter for 6 years and 2nd term as “At Large” Board member of the Florida State Guardianship Association. In addition, she is a member of the Palm Beach County Elder Abuse Task Force and Hoarding Task Force as well as a Certified Examining Committee Member for the State of Florida. Karen has been nominated for the prestigious Nursing Distinction Award in 2007 and 2013. She was the first person to receive the “Civilian Life Saving Award” for the city of Boynton Beach, FL.
Karen has been the Co-Chairman of the FSGA Annual Conference for 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2015. She also had the honor to Co-Chair the National Guardianship Association Conference for 2013.
Karen was born and raised in South Florida. She is very active in the community and has been involved in the medical profession since 1988.