Hallmark Homecare Appoints Jackie McNeely, RN as Director of Recruiting

Jun 27, 2023 / • HHC News & PR

Incline Village, NV – Hallmark Homecare, a Direct Referral Agency offering caregiver recruiting and matchmaking services for the elderly, is pleased to announce the addition of Jackie McNeely, RN as Director of Recruiting.


Jackie McNeely put herself through nursing school when she was in her 40s. She was quickly recognized as a leader and, fresh from nursing school, placed as a charge nurse on the medical/surgical floor of Kershaw Health Hospital of Camden, SC. Recognizing her affinity for working with the elderly, she has spent much of her nursing career as a hospice nurse. She most recently worked as a case manager in a health coaching role with Humana for 6 years primarily serving their geriatric population.


“We are pleased to welcome Jackie to the Hallmark family,” said Steve Everhart, founder of Hallmark Homecare. “Her background as a nurse working with seniors is a great asset to our organization. She will oversee and direct caregiver recruiting efforts to educate, train, and support our franchisees in developing their registries.”


Jackie remarked about joining Hallmark Homecare, “I am honored to be part of an organization serving that generation who first served us. I look forward to working with our recruiters to support our franchise partners.”


In her personal life, Jackie owns her own farm in South Carolina and lives off the land to every extent possible, including harvesting her own meat, growing her own vegetables and even milking her own cow! She teaches classes on canning and how to harvest and live off the land. She has 8 children and 20 grandchildren and takes every opportunity to instill within them a love for the great outdoors.


About Hallmark Homecare:

Hallmark Homecare offers an innovative concept to senior care – a “consumer direct” model of care with significant advantages to clients, caregivers, and franchise owners alike. Clients work with Hallmark’s Associates who interview them regarding their care needs and match them with credentialed, fully vetted, experienced, insured, reliable caregivers on a direct-hire basis. Caregivers benefit from Hallmark’s model by working directly for their clients offering them more hours and more pay than traditional homecare agencies. Franchisees enjoy providing meaningful services that positively impact the lives of the elderly and their loved ones and are a business that is recession-resistant with an ever-increasing demand for services. For more information, visit www.hallmarkhomecare.com.