About Us

  • Based in Griffin, Georgia, HomeNurse was founded by healthcare professionals Gail Finley, RN and Mary Stapleton, RN in 1983.

  • Ms. Finley and Ms. Stapleton, both experienced RNs, worked for the State of Georgia auditing and analyzing quality improvement in the delivery of care.

  • Using their knowledge as a foundation to improve overall quality of care, HomeNurse was created around a single idea:  Provide high quality healthcare regardless of economic status in every area we serve.  We are proud of their vision and our proven track record of delivering quality care since 1983.

  • Present CEO Miranda Roberson, RN, and Libby Able, RN, Administrator, assumed leadership towards the end of the decade and continues to grow HomeNurse into one of the largest, and most trusted Medicaid providers in Georgia.

  • Our history provides our clients with peace of mind when it comes to homecare.  We are honored to have Ms. Finley continue to serve on our Leadership Team.

At HomeNurse, we aim to deliver our clients the care they need in an environment that is convenient and comfortable, in most cases, the home.  We provide our clients the services and support they need to lead healthier and independent lives. We enable our dedicated professionals working in health care to fulfill their goals. Working as a Team, the professionals of HomeNurse continue to define high quality of care. We are striving to set the highest standards for service and quality in all our home care services and programs.

We are licensed by the Georgia Department of Community Health and certified by the State of Georgia as a Drug Free Work Place. Our employees are bonded, insured and covered by workers compensation, liability and unemployment insurance. All appropriate tax deductions and payments are handled by HomeNurse.   Our comprehensive hiring process, which includes interviews, reference checks, criminal background checks, drug testing and competency evaluations, insures we maintain top quality staff.

Our long-term commitment continues to be focused on assisting caregivers and care managers to what they do best — helping people live healthier and improved lives.

Gail Finley, RN

Mary Stapleton, RN