All Care VNA and Hospice announces the promotion of Jo-Mary Koopman to Chief Operating Officer (COO).  Koopman, a 30-year All Care veteran was previously the Agency’s Senior Vice President. In her new role, Koopman will oversee all aspects of All Care’s home health, hospice and private care companies and will lead the agency’s ongoing operational growth. 

We are delighted to promote Jo-Mary to this new role,” said Shawn Potter, President and CEO of All Care. “She is a proven results-driven leader with a deep understanding of every aspect of our business.

Koopman has over 30 years clinical and management experience in home care.  Her tenure at All Care began in 1990 as a community health nurse and then clinical manager at All Care VNA.  She was promoted to Vice President of Paraprofessional and Private Duty Services in 1993 and was responsible for the overall growth and operations of All Care’s non-certified private duty company.  In 1998 she added Human Resource Department and Payroll to her management and oversight responsibilities.

In 2010 Jo-Mary was promoted to Senior Vice President where she was responsible for the management, oversight, and growth of All Care’s VNA, Hospice and Private Duty companies with a combined annual revenue of over 35 million.

Koopman served on the Massachusetts Home Care Aide Council Executive Board of Directors (Past President) 2010-2018 where she advocated in the State House for higher wages for CNAs and Home Care Aides.  She has also served on the Board of Directors of the Lynn Business Education Foundation (Past President). She served on multiple committees over the years at the Massachusetts Home Care Alliance and was recently elected to its Board of Directors for 2021-2022, and she currently serves on the Executive Board for Marblehead Dollars for Scholars.

Koopman received her Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in nursing and a concentration in business from Boston College, and she completed her MBA in 1992 at Salem State University.

Koopman said, “All Care is a company that not only values its employees but also provides outstanding care to patients in the community. Starting off as a nurse in the community at All Care, I understand, firsthand, the necessary and valuable services All Care provides to those who need medical care and support in the home.  I look forward to ensuring All Care continues to be one of the state’s most successful independent, non-profit home care agencies where the best care is provided to our patients in the community.”