Jeannie O’Sullivan - Chief Human Resources Officer

Jeannie O’Sullivan

Chief Human Resources Officer

Jeannie O’Sullivan joined Premier Home Health Care Services, Inc. in 1999 as Corporate Controller. In late 2001, she was promoted to VP of Human Resources and Administration (which was later changed to Chief Human Resources Officer). Ms. O’Sullivan’s responsibilities are to manage the overall provision of human resource services, policies and programs for the Corporation. The major areas she directs are: recruiting and staffing; performance management; staff payroll, employment and compliance to regulatory agencies; training and development; policies and procedures; employee relations; compensation and benefit administration; collective bargaining and union relations; employee safety; employee services and counseling.

Ms. O’Sullivan earned her Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting) and Master of Business Administration (Finance) from Iona College. Additionally, she is affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), where she earned SPHR certification, as well as the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA).

Company Bio:

Premier Home Health Care Services, Inc. is an independently owned and operated home health care company specializing in the provision of acute, long-term care services, health plan care management and enrollment/semi-annual reassessments, nursing practitioner and transitional care services, VBP models and staffing solutions. The Company was founded in 1992, with its Corporate Office based in White Plains, New York. Since then, it has grown to become a significant provider of home health care in the Northeast.

Premier and its subsidiaries operate 30 licensed and accredited offices in the states of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Florida, North Carolina, and Illinois.

Premier operates separate specialty service divisions for Asian, Russian, and Private Pay services. The company maintains Management Service Agreements to operate the day to day operations of other home health care organizations and it employs 13,000 aides/nurses and serves 15,000 clients weekly.