Tennessee Quality Care Names Lisa Mallard as Clinical Manager In Camden

News Release:   July 13, 2022

Mallard will Lead the Home Health Team serving Benton and Humphreys Counties


FRANKLIN, TENN., July 13, 2022 – Tennessee Quality Care, a division of American Health Partners, announced that Lisa Mallard, R.N., has joined the Camden office as clinical manager of home health services. In this role, Mallard coordinates the delivery of comprehensive home health and private-duty nursing services to individuals in Benton and Humphreys counties. Her office also partners with Camden office of Tennessee Quality Care Hospice, which serves both counties, as well as Carroll and Henry counties.

“Lisa Mallard is an exceptional addition to our home health team,” said Nichole McClain, senior director of home health for Tennessee Quality Care, which serves patients in 35 Tennessee counties. “She comes to Tennessee Quality Care after working 23 years supporting a variety of medical specialists in hospitals across the state. This experience has prepared her to work collaboratively with our referring partners to help patients recover fully and quickly.”

Mallard’s career began in hospital operating rooms, where she was a certified surgical technician for more than a decade before returning to school to earn her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.

“I have followed a career path I truly love,” Mallard said. “For many years, my passion was in the operating room, where I assisted in a vast array of surgical procedures for general, orthopedic and cardiac patients. In the process, I learned a lot about wound-care best practices, which are vital to recovery.”

Now, Mallard said she is ready to leverage her diverse knowledge to help patients receive high-quality care at home, where they are most comfortable. Her experience in post-surgical wound care will be particularly welcome by providers and their patients since patients often struggle to heal at home after surgery or an injury.

“I am very excited about this new journey into home health,” Mallard said. “I look forward to helping patients return to good health and avoid unnecessary hospitalization by implementing Tennessee Quality Care’s many specialized programs.”

Disease-focused programs are a cornerstone of care at Tennessee Quality Care, according to Mallard. These personalized care plans improve outcomes for those with conditions like heart failure, diabetes, asthma and COPD. The company also developed a Next Step program to help improve mobility and prevent falls. In addition, the Camden care team includes physical and occupational therapists, who offer in-home assistance to help individuals regain and maintain independence.

Outside of work, Mallard enjoys spending time with her family, spoiling her grandkids, gardening, fishing and just being outdoors.

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About Tennessee Quality Care

Tennessee Quality Care, a division of Franklin, Tennessee-based American Health Partners has been offering high-quality, compassionate home health, private duty nursing and hospice services for more than 30 years. In addition to providing personalized care to individuals in the comfort of their homes, local offices collaborate with skilled nursing facilities to help patients regain independence and transition home after rehabilitation. Tennessee Quality Care operates in 36 counties across middle and west Tennessee through multiple branch offices. The Tennessee Quality Care main office is in Parsons, Tennessee. For more information, visit TNquality.com or call (866) 846-8081.

About American Health Partners

American Health Partners provides a continuum of health care services for adults and seniors, including long-term support for daily living, home health and hospice, and short-term care focused on recovery and rehabilitation. Operations in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi include 29 senior living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers; five psychiatric hospitals; home health and hospice offices serving 36 counties; and a long-term care pharmacy that serves more than 60 locations in three states. Two other divisions provide Medicare Advantage Institutional Special Needs Health Plans (ISNPs) and medical staffing in nursing homes in Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Utah, Texas and Tennessee. American Health Partners is based in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information, visit AmHealthPartners.com or call (615) 902-5200.