HHR’s nurses and other healthcare professionals provide patients with customized and extraordinarily attentive comprehensive healthcare services.
Madelon Kaster, CPA, MBA, CFF
Madelon has served as President of HHR since 2012. Madelon is a CPA, and started her public accounting career at Deloitte and Touche in Boston. She was recruited from Deloitte to Fidelity Investments where she spent 17 years. She contributed at Fidelity on a management level, including treasury services, taxation, internal/external audits, and project management for fund managers between the United States in India.
Madelon received her MBA with a concentration in IT. Her IT project management experience includes large and small-scale project and program management in finance, accounting, treasury, business operations, and executive functions. Madelon sits on various not for profit company boards in the treasurer role. Her specialties include Quick Books, Start-up company books, CFO/Controller work and forensic accounting.
Madelon lives with her husband and four children in Newton, Massachusetts.
Evelyn Mora, RN
Evelyn is a board certified Registered Nurse since 2008, with a degree in Nursing from Labouré College, Boston, MA. Prior to joining HHR, Evelyn worked in sub-acute rehabilitation units for over 7 years, with experience ranging from bedside care to unit manager. She speaks both Spanish and English fluently.
She joined HHR in 2015, as a visiting nurse and then as a Nurse Case Manager in 2016. Evelyn highly enjoys being part of a superior care team that strives to produce desired patient outcomes and deliver meaningful patient advocacy. Motivated to develop effective customized care plans, while encouraging family involvement, Evelyn strives each day to provide patients with safe and excellent care at home, or in a patient’s home away from home.
Myia Griffin, RN
Myia is a board certified RN, she licensed in 3 states. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the Mass College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences in Boston, MA. She has worked as a medical-surgical travel nurse for several years, traveling to states such as California and North Carolina. She has also worked in several major Boston hospitals such as Massachusetts General hospital, Brigham and Women’s hospital, Newton Wellesley hospital and Lahey clinic. Her specialties include cardiac nursing, orthopedics, general surgery and plastic surgery. She is both BLS and ACLS certified.
Myia joined HHR in 2016 as a part-time nurse and then as a nurse case manager in 2018. Myia is committed to safe, compassionate patient care and strives to create the best possible care plan for patients and family members.
Staff Logistics Coordinator
Andrea Alvarado has worked with HHR for the last six years and is responsible for hiring, scheduling and office procedures, and oversight and management. Andrea works from the inception of a case when it comes into the office, assigning the nursing and other professional staff with the right skill set and talent to partner with each particular client’s needs.
She works closely with our in-house nurse case managers to ensure that the client and the staff are expertly matched, making sure our clients are given the very best care and service we can offer them.
Andrea ensures that our staff is able to have a work/life balance that allows them to service our clients with optimal care seeking the best health care solution.
Sheila joined HHR two years ago and is responsible for billing, payroll and overall office management. She works regularly with our staff to ensure smooth and accurate operations. She also works regularly with our Staff Coordinator to onboard new staff members and get them trained on our online nursing notes database. She regularly reaches out to our staff to ensure timely and accurate reporting, and assists with scheduling and marketing when needed.
Andrew Sternlicht, MD
Dr. Andrew Sternlicht is a board certified Anesthesiologist at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center and an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Tufts University Medical School. As a physician he was struck by the need for high-quality private nursing services for patients following hospitalization.
He noted that nurses providing aftercare were primarily generalists, rather than possessing specific training and expertise in the relevant specialty for each patient and thus established HHR in 2000.
As the needs of today’s clients have changed so as the business, expanding our services utilizing nurses and other healthcare professionals to provide customized and extraordinarily attentive comprehensive healthcare to our clients wherever they need it.