The Heart & Soul Hospice of Farmington team provides compassionate end-of-life care guided by Christian values to patients in Iron, Madison, St. Francois, St. Genevieve and Washington counties in Missouri. Team members are dedicated to providing quality end of life care guided by Christian values.
Rodney Quinton, RN
Rodney became hospice administrator in 2009 after serving as the RN case manager for hospice in Farmington for more than two years. His nursing career includes work in a hospital emergency room and in mental health. He has an associate’s degree from Mineral Area College. Before becoming a nurse, he was an industrial engineer in the field of clothing manufacturing.
Traery Noubarian, RN
Traery was named clinical director in 2011 after working with hospice for six years. She started her career with Farmington Presbyterian Manor as a nursing assistant. She worked in medical records at Presbyterian Manor and began working with hospice in 2005 during the initial start-up. She has an associate’s degree from Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Missouri. She became an LPN in 2009 and an RN in 2010.
Susan joined Heart & Soul Hospice in October 2016. She has 13 years of experience in health care marketing, including nine years in hospice marketing. Before that, she worked in the field of social work for seven years. Susan has a bachelor’s degree from Central Methodist University.
William Johnson, DO
Dr. Johnson joined Heart & Soul Hospice in April 2009. He is in medical practice with Farmington Physician Associates, a part of the St. Francis Healthcare System. He is board certified by the American Osteopathic Academy of Family Practice.
Dr. Paul Moniz, DO
Associate Medical Director
Dr. Paul Moniz, DO, became associate medical director in February 2015. He is co-founder of Midwest Health Group. He is the author of “The World Inside Us,” founder of the Midwest Health Network, regional director of Premier Specialty Network and an AOA and ACOFP member. He has a bachelor of science degree in biology with a religion minor. He is a board certified doctor of osteopathy.
Rev. Webb joined the hospice team in October 2012. He graduated from Heartland Bible Institute in 2012 with a pastoral and Bible degree. He worked at Plummers Hardware for 22 years before entering the ministry. He is pastor at Blessed Hope Baptist Church.
Becky joined the hospice team in January 2016. She previously worked as office administrator for another hospice organization. She is an active supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDRF) and organized the first JDRF walk in the Farmington area.
April Courtway, RN
April became an aide for Heart & Soul Hospice in March 2005. She previously worked as a restorative aide at Farmington Presbyterian Manor. April has worked in health care several times and worked in sales and office management. She’s an amateur photographer and has worked at South East Missouri Mental Health Center as an RN. She has an associate’s degree in nursing from Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Missouri. She is a past member of Arcadia Valley Elks Ladies’ Auxiliary.
Abby Stafford, RN
Abby joined Heart & Soul Hospice in November as RN Case Manager. She previously worked as a private home health aide and as an RN at Mercy Hospital Jefferson. She has also volunteered with Heart & Soul Hospice since 2015. Abby has an associate of science degree in nursing and an associate of arts degrees from Mineral Area College. She is a registered nurse with certifications in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support. She likes to spend time with her family, playing music, reading, crocheting and decorating her new home.
Hospice Health Aide
Rhonda joined Heart & Soul Hospice in August 2016. She has 11 years of experience in the hospice field and has worked in home health and skilled nursing as well. She received her CNA license in 2000.
Hospice Health Aide
Amy joined Heart & Soul Hospice as the hospice health aide in September 2013. She previously worked at Farmington Presbyterian Manor, where she started out as a CNA on the night shift. Through her time at Farmington Presbyterian Manor, she moved to evening shift and eventually became a restorative aide before joining the hospice team. Amy is attending Mineral Area College for an associate’s degree. She plans to become a physical therapist.