Devin Rothwell, MPH, Executive Director
A native to southeast Idaho, Devin is a graduate of Brigham Young University-Idaho. After completing a bachelor degree in Health Sciences, he went on to the University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus to complete a master degree in Public Health, with an emphasis in health systems, management, and policy. He holds a passion for geriatric care, serving underserved populations and providing outstanding healthcare services to the communities he serves. Devin has been with Puget Sound Home Health for a year and enjoys being able to bring healthcare to those residing in Pierce County.
When not working, Devin enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, while being active with his various interests such as sports, hiking, cooking, working on cars, and exploring Western Washington.
Shalonda Morton, RN, Director of Nursing
Shalonda has been working as a nurse for over 23 years. She started out as a LPN and continued on to receive her degree in nursing. She has received Burn, Wound care and Oasis Certification. She has worked in acute care, burn unit, skilled nursing facility and most recently home health. She has been with PSHH for 9 years. She worked in the field as a case manager for 6 years and 3 years in leadership. Her passion in home health is working directly with patients and their families in their own home. Her goal is to work to build the best clinical team in the Northwest and continue to help our agency grow clinically, financially and culturally.
On a personal note, she has been married to her husband and best friend for 20 years and they have raised 2 handsome young men. She enjoys exercising, reading and watching sports with her family.
Alicia Bowman, DPT, FMS I, COS-C, CFC I, Director of Rehabilitation
Alicia Bowman is a Physical therapist and the Director of Rehabilitation for Puget Sound Home Health. Alicia joined PSHH in 2012 with 5 years of outpatient PT prior. Alicia attended Concordia University in Portland, OR from 2000-2004 graduating with a Bachelor of Science with a Biology major, Chem/Psych minor. Additional accolades include Math and Science Graduate of the year and Magna Cum Laude. Alicia played softball for Concordia University 2000-2004 and was Team Captain, NAIA Scholar Athlete all 4 years, All-Cascade Collegic Conference and NAIA All-Region I.
Alicia attended the University of Puget Sound graduating in 2007 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy, while assisting the UPS softball team as an assistance coach. During PT school, Alicia received the Pediatric Research Grant Award and was published in the Journal of Pediatric PT in 2007. Alicia was nominated PTs Best in the South Sound in 2009.
Alicia has many avenues of interest and continues educational ventures in manual therapy, vestibular rehab and a variety of therapeutic exercise and activity programs for both athletes and the geriatric patients.
Outside of work, Alicia is a wife, mother of 2 and has 2 Labradors. She enjoys travel, outdoor activities, coaching, crossfit, pilates, yoga and running.
Lynnell Hornbeck, RN Director of Quality Improvement
Lynnell has worked as a Registered Nurse for 28 years. She began her nursing care in the acute care setting working with surgical patients and then in- patient rehab. The majority of Lynnell’s career has been in Home Health, serving in the industry for the past 25 hears. Lynnell started her Home Health career as a field case manager for 11 years before transitioning into a leadership position. She has served in several leadership positions including oversight of Home Health Clinical, Telehealth, Intake and Scheduling departments. Lynnell has a strong passion for home health “It is an honor to serve patients in their most sacred space, their home. Home Health helps patients recover from acute illness as well as those needing a plan to age in place”.
On a personal note, Lynnell is a true Washingtonian, born and raised in the beautiful Pacific NorthWest. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, traveling, music, and small household projects