Senior ServicesSPONSORED CONTENT
Capital City Nurses
Susan Rodgers, RN, President & Owner
8401 Connecticut Ave., Suite 1030
As families become geographically diverse, the challenges for seniors maintaining independence in their own home can be numerous. Susan Rodgers anticipated many of those needs when she started Capital City Nurses (CCN) over 40 years ago. Today the company continues to meet those needs by providing unsurpassed care, on-going staff education and all kinds of support designed to keep families close, whether they’re down the street or across the country.
Rodgers, a Registered Nurse, realized early on that great care goes far beyond medication management. She identified how important it is to make personal connections with the clients and families, to match caregivers to their charges, and to make sure that those in Capital City Nurses’ care are enjoying life.
Today, Susan’s son, Brian Rodgers, continues Capital City Nurses’ vision, seeking out the best caregivers. “We hire people who we’d want caring for our own moms and dads,” says Brian. He developed CCN’s Caregiver Academy, an innovative program that emphasizes the engagement between nurses and clients by finding unique ways to create stronger interactions and relationships. Meanwhile, Susan has taken the lead in CCN’s Cottage concept, which provides upscale supported living for seniors seeking a traditional home-like environment.
The Capital Cities Nurses push to grow stronger and more connected is also demonstrated behind the scenes via their dedicated support team, which is always available to help families arrange and manage the very best care. Homecare is a personal enterprise. It’s fitting that Capital City Nurses continues to excel and expand under the leadership of a family that truly knows the industry and has always prioritized families’ peace of mind by providing independence and safety for their loved ones.