Greg McCortney is a native of Ada, Oklahoma where he graduated high school and later served as mayor, a city council member, and board member on the Chamber of Commerce. After pastoring a church in Norman, Greg took a job as a hospice chaplain where he quickly realized he had found his calling. In 2003, he and his wife Ashley founded McCortney Family Hospice. While caring for hospice patients, Greg realized there was a huge need for reliable caregivers in the home and in 2006 established McCortney Family In-Home Care. Caring for others has always been a passion for Greg. He is chair of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin’s Home Care and Hospice Advisory Board. He is currently serving his first term as a State Senator for Oklahoma’s Senate District 13.
Brandon Bolin, a graduate of Latta High school and East Central University in Ada, lives in the Ada area with his wife Stacey and daughters Ava and Jessica. He is actively involved in our community and has most recently served as the chairman of the board of directors for the Ada Area Chamber of Commerce. Brandon joined McCortney Family In-Home Care in 2014 with a diverse working background that has included the agricultural and commercial construction industries. Brandon’s experience and passion for helping others is the driving force of serving and providing top quality care for our clients and their families.
Juanita Sutton-Green, RN
Juanita Sutton-Green has lived in the Ada area most of her life. She has four children – Eldon, Sheila, Darla and LaJuana. Juanita attended high school at Fitzhugh, and received a BSN degree from East Central University. She has several hours towards her Master’s degree from Texas Women’s University in Texas. Juanita is a member of New Bethel Baptist Church at Byng, and belongs to Eastern Star, Diamond “K” Kiwanis Club, Preceptor Delta Phi, and has held several offices. Juanita has a wide background in nursing; she started as a Nurse Aide, and then became an LPN, then an RN as an Office Nurse, OB & Delivery Nurse, Surgery Nurse, and has been Director of Nurses of both hospitals and geriatric facilities. She managed a Home Health Agency in Oklahoma City before accepting her current position as Nurse Supervisor with McCortney Family In-Home Care in 2010. Juanita is devoted to her work and helping others.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Maribeth met her husband, an Oklahoma native, at The University of Kentucky and moved to Pauls Valley in 2013. They and their two children, Kade and Kyler, enjoy cheering for Kentucky basketball and Oklahoma football. Her career with McCortney Family In-Home Care began as a live-in caregiver, where she learned firsthand how to provide quality care with a compassionate approach. Her determined attitude and passion for our clients made for an easy transition into management. As Care Coordinator, Maribeth excels at working directly with clients to create a custom plan while maintaining a competent and dedicated staff to fulfill their needs.
Our employees are our most important resource. McCortney Family In-Home Care excels because of its people and their resourcefulness and devotion to superior service. Our ability to reach our goals largely depends on the efforts of a cohesive and disciplined team, one in which each employee has an important and essential role. It is our goal to provide an organized and pleasant work environment, and to achieve extraordinary results for our clients.
All of our staff are employed by McCortney Family In-Home Care not contracted. Each employee has passed a federal background check, been fingerprinted, and passed a 10-panel drug screen. We test all our employees for TB and cover them under our Worker’s Compensation insurance. We are insured and bonded against theft, trained for Dementia/Alzheimer’s care, and are licensed by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
I was dreading having strange people in my house and it has proven to be a very good experience. They were very pleasant to have in my home and very helpful. My husband (the patient) really enjoyed having their help!
–Joan & Charles, Ada