Meg Pemberton, MHA, BSN, RN, CCM
Certified Geriatric Care Manager | ElderCare Navigator
Meg brings almost 40 years of nursing, healthcare administration, and leadership experience to ElderCare Connections. Meg has served as a Nursing Supervisor, Nurse Manager, Assistant Director of Emergency Services, and Director of Capacity Management in the hospital setting. She has eight years’ experience as a Geriatric Care Manager.
As Meg’s parents began to struggle with their aging journey, she moved them closer to her so she could advocate for them and eventually became their primary family caregiver. Her passion for seniors and their aging journey led her to the senior care industry in 2015. As director of client care and general manager for a local non-medical in-home care agency, she was able to share her passion by assisting seniors and their families as they faced a similar journey. Her passion coupled with her knowledge and skills as a nurse led her to certification as a geriatric care manager. Her mission as a geriatric care manager is to help seniors and their families navigate the journey of aging.
In 2020, Meg had the opportunity to purchase ElderCare Connections from a valued mentor and friend, Valerie Hopson-Bell. Ms. Hopson-Bell developed the first local long-term care Ombudsman program in the Fredericksburg area in 1999, eventually leading her to create ElderCare Connections. She helped Meg navigate the journey of aging with her parents.
Meg is certified by the Commission for Case Manager Certification. She is a member of the Aging Life Care Association and the American Society on Aging. Locally, she is a member of Partners in Aging.