Old Colony Hospice Names Toni Eaton as New President, CEO
January 16, 2012 Old Colony Hospice, based in Randolph, which provides care in more than 40 communities in Plymouth, Bristol, and Norfolk Counties, recently announced the appointment of Toni Eaton as president and chief executive officer.
Eaton, who joined Old Colony Hospice
(OCH)six years ago, has been serving as interim president and CEO for the past 8 months.
Previously, she served as vice president for marketing and business development.
James DeCourcey, chairman of the OCH board of directors, said, We know that Tonis leadership, passion, and energy will keep us focused on our mission and continue our tradition of being the recognized leader in hospice care in the communities we serve.
Earlier, Easton worked on the organ procurement and transplant team at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, No. Carolina. She then returned to Massachusetts, where she worked at Tufts Health Plan as a transplant case manager before being promoted to project management for the Clinical Services Department.
Eaton received her BS degree in Nursing from Queens College in Charlotte and her MS in leadership from Regis College in Weston.
Old Colony Hospice is a CHAP accredited, nonprofit that has been providing hospice care for more than 30 years that may involve hospice services, palliative care, grief support, and spiritual support.