Donna Parker has 35 years experience as a registered nurse. Including medical surgical, school nursing and last 14 years in home health care. She is especially proud of her ability to assist elderly Iowans in the elderly waiver program. She also takes pride in her staff at Quality Home Care Professionals and offers them many benefits. Donna is married to Steve Parker of Bussey who is self employed as a farmer. She has three children, Amber Carter who is employed by Quality Home Care Professionals, April McCrea employed by Child Serve in Des Moines and Cameron Parker will be attending Simpson College in the fall of 2009.
Mary Jo Noftsger
Mary Jo (Philben) Noftsger was employed by Marion County Public Health in the early 1990’s to assist with immunizations. She was then promoted to work full time with the WIC program before entering the home health care field in 1995. She and Donna opened Quality Home Care Professionals in June 2000 with the concept of treating employees and clients with respect. Mary Jo was raised in Knoxville and graduated from Knoxville High School in 1982. She now resides in Melcher-Dallas and is married to Don Noftsger, Jr. Don is a self-employed farmer. She has three children, Erin Metz who is employed at Nationwide Insurance in Des Moines, Michael Noftsger is employed at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum, and Josh Noftsger is employed at Vermeer Manufacturing and farms part-time. She is also very proud of her four grandchildren Cole, Brooklyn, Ashlyn Metz and Brier Noftsger who she loves spending time with.
Quality Home Care Professionals was the recipient of the award for Business of the Year in Knoxville in 2006.
Home Health Aides and Homemakers
Left to Right (Years with QHCP): Deb Wiley (8), Denise Crozier (9), De DeJong (8), Brenda Ertl (1), Mary Wright (7), Luann Alexander (4), Erin DeJong (1), Michael Hammond (2), Vicky Cheney (7), Jen Fee (1), and Stacey Gullett (1).
Not Pictured: Connie Sales (4), Erica Rozenboom (1), Janet McBride (6).