Stuck holds a master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Duquesne University. Prior to joining CVN, he was Vice President of Advantage Home Health Services.
“Jeremy’s extensive agency experience coupled with his commitment to clinical education and training to improve outcomes, process measures and patient satisfaction will allow a smooth transition,” said Martin Trettel, CEO, CVN.
Stuck is responsible for the growth and development of the clinical teams in the South Hills as well as the Washington and Greene County areas. “My personal affinity of industry metrics coupled with CVN’s reputation for data-driven as well as patient-centered care and a solid team of clinicians offered the promise of continued growth,” Stuck said. “I want to be a part of that.”
He and his wife Natalie have two daughters – Petra, age 4, Naila, age 3 - and an infant son Dresden as well as a chocolate Labrador Retriever named Oscar. They enjoy the outdoors and have traveled to nearly 40 states and 20 countries.
For well over a decade, CVN has provided high-quality skilled nursing and a variety of therapy services to people in the communities we serve. CVN is part of the Concordia Lutheran Ministries family of services. Our goal is to deliver quality home health services to those who entrust themselves to our care - and to minister to the unique needs of each individual with respect, dignity and compassion. Our services include:
• Skilled Nursing Care
• Social Workers
• Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
• Palliative Care
• TeleHealth technology and health monitoring equipment
• Disease Management and Specialty Services
• Family Education
• Private Duty Care