Virginia Beach, Va. – The Legacy Care Board of Directors announced this week that it unanimously voted to promote Monica Hullinger to serve as its president.
Monica has been the operational leader responsible for guiding Legacy Care’s rapid growth and sustained high quality of care since joining Legacy Care as EVP Operations in December 2019. Since June 2020 , Monica has performed the role of interim business leader for Legacy Care, demonstrating her intellect, tenacity and healthcare industry knowledge every day.
“Monica has devoted her entire career to improving the health of others in communities around the nation,” said Marty Strong, CEO of LGS Management Group, parent company of Legacy Care. “We are honored she will be continuing to make a positive impact in our industry on behalf of patients and families.”
Among her career highlights, Monica served as Sentara Healthcare’s vice president of home care operations. Prior to that role, she was vice president at Kindred Healthcare, overseeing multiple home health locations across the nation. She also is the former regional vice president for Gentiva Health Services that included 88 home health locations in four states.
Throughout her career, Monica is the recipient of more than a dozen industry awards based on her trusted leadership and dedication, such as Employee of the Year and the Virginia Association of Home Care’s Visionary Award.
Active in the community, she is past board member of the Virginia Association of Home Care and many other civic groups. Monica earned a Bachelor’s of Science in business administration from William Woods University in Missouri.
Legacy Care’s medical group delivers patient care in healthcare systems, inpatient rehabilitation centers, post-acute care facilities and assisted living communities that are located across the country. We are leaders in transitional healthcare, delivering patient-centered solutions. Our compassionate physicians and advanced care practitioners are dedicated to positive patient outcomes, guided by our analytically-based care model.