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Top 20 Under 40: Brianna Hoban

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  • Written By: Allied Services Integrated Health
Top 20 Under 40: Brianna Hoban

Reposted from the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal, December 13, 2023

  • Age: 30
  • Home: Clarks Summit
  • Title: Assistant Vice President, Skilled Nursing Administration
  • Company: Allied Services Integrated Health System

Brianna Hoban surrounds herself with like-minded professionals and credits her team at Allied Services Integrated Health System for her success to date.

“I have learned early on to surround yourself with like-minded professionals, and I am very fortunate to be surrounded by an interdisciplinary team that far exceeds expectations, she said.

“We are outcome-driven and work collectively each day to ensure each person who walks through our doors leaves better than when they first arrived. We strive to create a family environment, and that is what sets us apart from our competition.”

Hoban is responsible for state and federal regulatory compliance, recruitment, training, personnel management of 300-plus employees, and overseeing budgetary revenues. She is also responsible for the development and implementation of regulatory policy and has confidently assisted with directing operations throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Hoban is licensed by the Pennsylvania Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators and is certified by the State as a Personal care Home Administrator.

A graduate of Scranton Preparatory School and Marywood University, she earned her bachelor’s degree in health services administration.

Hoban admits she is very fortunate to have had so many strong mentors throughout her career, including her college professor, John Kramer, for believing in her and prompted her to travel the path to becoming a licensed nursing home administrator.

A second mentor has been Jim Cooney, Vice President for Allied Services, who taught her the simple value of thought and analysis, a trait she values greatly.

“The thoughtfulness and expertise Jim applies to daily scenarios are what makes our divisions so reputable,” she notes.

Hoban is grateful for her family, including the great support she receives from her parents and grandparents, motivating her to succeed. Working in the largest skilled nursing facility in this area has its challenges, but Hoban says she strives every day not to make it feel so large – and to do so requires her team to provide personalized quality care.

“It is important to me that every resident and employee feels seen and heard. If each individual who walks through our doors leaves feeling better about themselves, the goal is met,” she concludes.

Hoban is a board member on the Philadelphia Eagles season ticket member advisory board and a board member for the Abington Junior comets.

“I am very grateful to participate in groups that affect communities on both the smaller and larger scale. I am very passionate about youth sports, most specifically what it offers to the children of our community, the importance of teamwork, discipline, honesty, and positive sportsmanship," she notes.

Hoban enjoys the opportunity to network and build relationships with the great members of the community and has looked to Jim Brogna, Allied Services Vice President, for his inspiration with his enthusiasm and knowledge in building community relations and have prompted her to work with non-profits, including the American Heart and Stroke Association, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Eagles Autism Foundation, and Team Allied Services in the TCS New York City marathon.

Hoban recently graduated from the Amplify Women’s Leadership class, which offers cutting-edge leadership development and high-level networking opportunities.