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Mary Devlin
Public Health & Wellness Manager, VNA of Cape Cod

Mary Devlin joined the VNA of Cape Cod for the second time in 2002 to join the community services depart¬ment, now known as public health and wellness. Her first time around, she worked for the VNA of Central and Outer Cape overseeing intake, clinical reimbursement, RN scheduling and RN admissions team.

Mary moved to the Cape in 1989 from New Jersey to escape the city. She and her...

Mary Devlin joined the VNA of Cape Cod for the second time in 2002 to join the community services depart¬ment, now known as public health and wellness. Her first time around, she worked for the VNA of Central and Outer Cape overseeing intake, clinical reimbursement, RN scheduling and RN admissions team.

Mary moved to the Cape in 1989 from New Jersey to escape the city. She and her husband, John, had vacationed here and loved it, deciding it was a better place to raise children. “It was the best decision we ever made,” said Mary. “My husband always said that he was living his dream.”

Mary loves the diversity of the work as public health and wellness manager. She oversees the two VNA Adult Day Health Centers (Tradewinds in Sandwich and Compass in Harwich). She also oversees the Child Care Center in Falmouth, Young-at-Heart exercise program, wellness clinics, immunization clinics and the town nurse contracts (VNA is the town nurse for 13 of the Cape towns, along with Carver and Wareham).

She is also the “infection preventionist” for the VNA, is a member of the Association for Professionals in Infec¬tion Control and Epidemiology and is a key player in our emergency preparedness planning.
“My father was a health inspector for the Philadelphia Health Department. He always wanted me to go into pub¬lic health, but I wanted to work in the hospital. I guess I’ve come full circle,” she said. “I just really enjoy being out in the public and communities and working for an agency that really responds to community health needs.”

Mary enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, especially the four grandsons who live nearby on the Cape. “We play, walk the beach, go to parks and museums – whatever they want to do. That’s how I get my exercise,” she said, beaming. She also has four more grandchildren in Virginia, who she visits as often as possible.

Employee Spotlights

  • Mary Devlin, Public Health & Wellness Manager, VNA of Cape Cod
    Mary Devlin

    Mary Devlin
    Public Health & Wellness Manager, VNA of Cape Cod

    Mary Devlin joined the VNA of Cape Cod for the second time in 2002 to join the community services depart¬ment, now known as public health and wellness. Her first time around, she worked for the VNA of Central and Outer Cape overseeing intake, clinical reimbursement, RN scheduling and RN admissions team.

    Mary moved to the Cape in 1989 from New Jersey to escape the city. She and her...

    Mary Devlin joined the VNA of Cape Cod for the second time in 2002 to join the community services depart¬ment, now known as public health and wellness. Her first time around, she worked for the VNA of Central and Outer Cape overseeing intake, clinical reimbursement, RN scheduling and RN admissions team.

    Mary moved to the Cape in 1989 from New Jersey to escape the city. She and her husband, John, had vacationed here and loved it, deciding it was a better place to raise children. “It was the best decision we ever made,” said Mary. “My husband always said that he was living his dream.”

    Mary loves the diversity of the work as public health and wellness manager. She oversees the two VNA Adult Day Health Centers (Tradewinds in Sandwich and Compass in Harwich). She also oversees the Child Care Center in Falmouth, Young-at-Heart exercise program, wellness clinics, immunization clinics and the town nurse contracts (VNA is the town nurse for 13 of the Cape towns, along with Carver and Wareham).

    She is also the “infection preventionist” for the VNA, is a member of the Association for Professionals in Infec¬tion Control and Epidemiology and is a key player in our emergency preparedness planning.
    “My father was a health inspector for the Philadelphia Health Department. He always wanted me to go into pub¬lic health, but I wanted to work in the hospital. I guess I’ve come full circle,” she said. “I just really enjoy being out in the public and communities and working for an agency that really responds to community health needs.”

    Mary enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, especially the four grandsons who live nearby on the Cape. “We play, walk the beach, go to parks and museums – whatever they want to do. That’s how I get my exercise,” she said, beaming. She also has four more grandchildren in Virginia, who she visits as often as possible.

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  • Pauline Philie, RN, MSN, Manager of Cardiovascular Quality Department, CCH
    Pauline Philie, RN, MSN

    Pauline Philie, RN, MSN
    Manager of Cardiovascular Quality Department, CCH

    Pauline Philie, RN, MSN, is fluent in both French and Cardiovascular Quality measurement. Growing up in Maine, French was her first language. Her father was a surgeon and her mother was a teacher from Montreal.

    She earned her BSN degree at St. Anselm College where she met her husband, Mark, and earned her MSN in Nursing Administration at UMass Amherst. Their daughter, Shelley, recently...

    Pauline Philie, RN, MSN, is fluent in both French and Cardiovascular Quality measurement. Growing up in Maine, French was her first language. Her father was a surgeon and her mother was a teacher from Montreal.

    She earned her BSN degree at St. Anselm College where she met her husband, Mark, and earned her MSN in Nursing Administration at UMass Amherst. Their daughter, Shelley, recently began her nursing career at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in the same ICU where Pauline began her nursing career.

    Pauline has 34 years of acute care and cardiovascular nursing experience. Before moving to Cape Cod, she worked in several other New England hospitals, where she held positions as Nurse Manager for ICU and CCU as well as Director of Critical Care. Pauline has an extensive background in teaching as well, having lectured for more than 29 years both nationally and locally, and is currently an instructor at Cape Cod Community College, Sandwich Community School and for the EMS Paramedic courses. She has served as Cape Cod Hospital’s Stroke Program Coordinator since 1996, and has been overseeing the reporting of Cardiovascular Quality measures to the state Department of Public Health since 2002. She has seen the mandatory reporting grow substantially, not¬ing that the CV Quality Department is currently collecting and reporting more than 450,000 patient measures to the DPH annually.

    An American Heart Association volunteer for more than 30 years, and president of the Cape & Islands AHA Board for nine years, Pauline is acutely aware of the importance of cardiovascular health.

    “The data speaks strongly to the preventable aspects of stroke and heart disease,” Pauline says. “Proper nutrition, smoking cessation and the importance of exercise is good advice for any month, not just February, National Heart Month.”

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  • Julie Medeiros, Transfusion Service Supervisor, FH
    Julie Medeiros

    Julie Medeiros
    Transfusion Service Supervisor, FH

    Falmouth Hospital Transfusion Service Supervisor Julie Medeiros is known for her quick wit and friendly demeanor. When asked where she would like to have the interview for this profile, she quipped “I’d like to say Ft. Lauderdale.” Julie recently celebrated her 30th anniversary with the hospital. As a medical technologist, she started out working in all departments and eventually...

    Falmouth Hospital Transfusion Service Supervisor Julie Medeiros is known for her quick wit and friendly demeanor. When asked where she would like to have the interview for this profile, she quipped “I’d like to say Ft. Lauderdale.” Julie recently celebrated her 30th anniversary with the hospital. As a medical technologist, she started out working in all departments and eventually became Senior Medical Technologist of the Transfusion Service at the laboratory, before being promoted to supervisor in 2003.

    “I’m pleased, grateful and proud that we are truly one organization,” she said of Cape Cod Healthcare. “Our services are so good at both hospitals, that patients do not have to go off-Cape for excellent care or service.”

    Julie had her first exposure to a lab when she was diagnosed with diabetes at age 13, and never wavered from that career path. As a supervisor, she talks to patients frequently and some have become friends.

    The FH Transfusion Service is a full-service department. Highly skilled and trained technologists frequently do complex testing, including antibody identification and cross matching to make sure the blood is compatible. They are also an active blood collection site and hold blood drives inside the hospital and out. Blood drives are held about every nine weeks in the FH Faxon Center.

    “We have a lot of very loyal donors and we are very grateful,” she said. All blood collected by the CCHC Donor Center is processed at the Cape Cod Hospital Blood Bank. The Donor Center staff, who collect the blood at the drives are a “wonderful team of highly motivated certified donor room phlebotomists who are excellent at what they do,” Julie said. “It is an honor to be part of their team.”

    Julie lives in North Falmouth and has a 21-year-old son, Philip. What spare time she has she spends with family and friends, and enjoys all the New England sports teams.

    “I can go head to head with anybody about sports,” she said.

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