Jennifer L. Scully

Jennifer L. ScullyJennifer L. Scully
President and CEO

Jennifer L. Scully has dedicated over 30 years to the delivery of quality care to geriatric patients and seniors across the nation throughout the healthcare continuum; including acute care, sub-acute care, assisted living, and long-term care.

Jennifer launched Clinical Resources LLC in 2007 to address the critical shortage of nurses and other healthcare professionals through a unique talent management approach to meet the need for qualified personnel in healthcare settings nationwide. She is committed to recognizing and supporting nurses and the nursing profession through her efforts to encourage “back to work” opportunities for nurses and other healthcare professionals.

Jennifer is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing and is also a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator and a Paralegal. She holds Certifications in Healthcare Risk Management, Case Management, Legal Nurse Consulting, and Nursing Assessment. Jennifer has dedicated her career to Quality Improvement in both are and services to thousands of patients and residents, nationwide.

In 2013, Jennifer was recognized as a finalist for Emerging Entrepreneur at the Business Person of the Year Awards held by the Metro Atlanta Chamber.

In 2012, she was selected as one of very few companies to participate in the Georgia Mentor Protégé Connection (MPC), a business development program administered by the Georgia Education Foundation (GEF) in partnership with the Department of Economic Development and the Georgia Institute of Technology.

In 2011, she was awarded the Enterprising Woman Award by Enterprising Women Magazine.

In 2010, she was recognized by The Women’s President Organization (WPO) as leading The 39th Fastest Growing Women Owned Business in the US.

In 2009, Jennifer was recognized by Ernst & Young as an Entrepreneurial Winning Woman, a prestigious nationwide recognition.

Jennifer is active in many organizations such as the Women President Organization (WPO), the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), the Women Business Enterprise Council (WBENC), the Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC), the American Staffing Association (ASA) and the National Association Healthcare Recruiters (NAHCR).

Jennifer is engaged in the Community through her Board positions on the Atlanta Metro United Way and the American Red Cross Blood Services Southern Region and the Cobb County Workforce Investment Board, as well as various other volunteer efforts. She was recently accepted to the Board of Counselor for the Carter Center in Atlanta.

Her former employment history includes the position of Executive Vice President of Clinical Services for Mariner Health Care, based in Atlanta, Georgia from 1999 through 2005. Her role provided oversight and direction to all clinical areas including nursing, rehabilitation, nutrition, social services, activities, Medicare compliance and pharmacy in over 425 nursing homes, 30 plus assisted living centers and 15 plus transitional hospitals, in 27 states. Prior to Mariner, Jennifer held similar related executive positions in nursing homes and elder care facilities for more than 20 years.

Her career has allowed her to promote and recognize the Certified Nursing Assistant as a key component of elder care by developing task groups of CNAs nationwide. She collaborated with the Rosalyn Carter Institute for Caregiving and was the Chair of the planning committee for the First Gala Celebration of Caregivers held at Symphony Hall in 2004.

Jennifer has used her expertise and extensive knowledge of geriatric and senior care to develop Quality Improvement systems for clinical practice, education, and quality monitoring. Her proactive use of Quality Improvement is based on an interdisciplinary team approach to meet all aspects of a clients physical and psychosocial needs. It is her philosophy that all members of the team should work together in senior and elder assessment, care planning, and delivery of care and services.

Jennifer continues to share her philosophy and proactive approach to Quality Improvement through her membership and work with national organizations including the American Health Care Association (AHCA), National Association of Directors of Nursing in Long Term Care (NADONA/LTC), American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators (AANAC), National Geriatric Nurse Association (NGNA), the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA), National Student Nurse Association (NSNA), Georgia Elder Care Network and the Georgia Association of Healthcare Executives. She is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and serves as a Board Member for the Coalition of Women in Long Term Care (COWL).

Jennifer has published numerous articles related to elder and senior care including a guidebook published in conjunction with the American Health Care Association, Continuous Quality Improvement Using the Regulatory Framework, in 2005. Additionally, she co-edited the American Nurse Associations Core Curriculum for Sub acute Care published spring 1997. Jennifer continues to present at national and local conventions and seminars on subjects related to elder care. In addition, she continues to serve as a Master Examiner for AHCA's Quality Reward Program, for seven consecutive years.

Through Clinical Resources LLC, Jennifer is able to combine her comprehensive experience with a broad network of contacts, to assist providers with their staffing and personnel needs.

 
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