David Edson, PT, MBA joins VNH as rehabilitation manager


WHITE RIVER JCT., Vt. – David Edson has been named Rehabilitation Manager for Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire (VNH). Prior to joining VNH, he was the Director of Rehabilitation for Genesis Rehabilitation Services at Kendal at Hanover. David also worked as a staff therapist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for 15 years where he gained experience, knowledge and expertise in many different areas of physical therapy.

In this position, David will be responsible for management of the therapy team and rehabilitation program in the North territory of VNH’s service area.

“I am very excited to be joining the rehabilitation team at VNH. I have worked as a Physical Therapist in the Upper Valley for almost 20 years and know how important VNH rehab is to the continuum of care for many patients,” he said. “VNH has a very experienced, skilled and caring staff who keep the patients at the center of everything they do. I look forward to helping lead this team and ensure that they have the necessary resources and support to continue to make a difference in the lives of the people they serve.”

David Edson, PT MBA. Photo provided
David Edson, PT MBA. Photo provided

“We are very excited to have David joining the VNH rehabilitation and management team. He is known by many members of our current staff and came highly recommended,” said VNH Chief Clinical Officer Catherine Cullen. “His background and experience will bring a new perspective to the management team and will contribute to future growth and successes in the agency.”

ABOUT VNH – Visiting Nurse and Hospice for Vermont and New Hampshire (VNH) is a non‐profit organization that has provided home health and hospice care services in Vermont and New Hampshire since 1907. The agency is dedicated to delivering outstanding home- and community-based health and hospice services that enrich the lives of the people they serve. VNH makes home visits to people of all ages and all stages of life – regardless of ability to pay – and also provides communities with education and wellness programs.

Currently, VNH serves more than 160 towns in Vermont and New Hampshire and covers 4,000 square miles. VNH caregivers provide services for more than 5,000 people each year and make more than 150,000 home visits to people of all ages and at all stages of life. Visit www.vnhcare.org for more information.

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