ThedaCare Names Director, Transitions of Care

Carrie RileyCarrie Riley to Oversee Nursing Homes, Senior Care, Hospice

ThedaCare has named Carrie Riley to director of Transitions of Care. In this role, she is responsible for the Heritage-Peabody Communities, Juliette Manor, senior care services, ThedaCare Hospice, palliative care and the chaplains at both ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah and ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Appleton.

Riley and members of the Transitions of Care team collaborate with others in ThedaCare and the community to improve patient health.

Riley has been with ThedaCare for 30 years, most recently as a director with ThedaCare Physicians. Prior to that, she was a registered nurse in the ICU and held leadership roles in the surgical/neuro unit at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah, internal medicine and the quality department.

Riley received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Marian University and her master’s degree in nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

For more than 100 years, ThedaCare™ has been committed to finding a better way to deliver serious and complex healthcare to patients throughout Northeast Wisconsin. The organization serves over 200,000 patients annually and employs more than 6,800 healthcare professionals throughout the region. ThedaCare has seven hospitals located in Appleton, Neenah, Berlin, Waupaca, Shawano, New London and Wild Rose as well as 34 clinics in nine counties. ThedaCare is the first in Wisconsin to be a Mayo Clinic Care Network Member, giving our specialists the ability to consult with Mayo Clinic experts on a patient’s care. ThedaCare is a non-profit healthcare organization with a level II trauma center, comprehensive cancer treatment, stroke and cardiac programs as well as a foundation dedicated to community service.  The ThedaCare Regional Cancer Center in Appleton opened in February. For more information, visit or follow ThedaCare on Facebook and Twitter.