Our Team Leaders
Teresa Coiner, RN
Director of Nursing
Teresa started her nursing career at College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls and then transferred to Idaho State University where she graduated with a Bachelors In Nursing. Teresa completed the Masters of Health Science Program in Leadership at Boise State University. With 30 plus years of nursing Teresa has never been bored and has accepted many challenges in her role as an RN. Making a difference in peoples lives is what feeds Teresa’s desire to care for patients and their families.
Teresa loves the “team” approach in hospice care and being to be able to participate in a journey with patients and families during the final stages of their lives is extremely rewarding for her.
Director of Quality Assurance & Outreach
Marlys has worked in the healthcare industry for 20 years in many capacities, beginning in 1999 as a CNA. In 2009 she became a state licensed Residential Care Facility Administrator and has since become licensed in Oregon and Washington as well. She started her career in hospice in 2012. As the Director of Quality Assurance at Doctor’s Hospice of Idaho my favorite thing is spending time with the patient’s and their families and educating about the benefits of hospice. I have had the privilege of meeting so many wonderful people in our community.
Christina Pike, CPC
Director of Operations
Christina Pike is our Hospice Director of Operations. Born and raised in Southern California, moved with her husband in 2009 to Houston, Texas and was introduced to Medical Billing, after 3 years there she moved to Boise in 2011. Christina obtained her AAPC Certificated Professional Coder License in 2016 after attending Carrington College for Medical Billing & Coding. She has worked in the Home Health arena for over 10 years, specializing in Hospice for the last 4 years. She is a proud mom of one daughter and her hobbies include wheeling her Jeep, hunting and enjoying the outdoors with her husband and her family.
Director of Social Services
Shannon has a Masters degree in social work from Boise State University and currently licensed in Idaho. Shannon lost her mother to cancer in August, 2000. Her mother’s passing was a life changing experience and her first introduction to hospice. She learned through that experience that every day of life matters, as does dignity, self respect and personal choice. Shannon has been a hospice social worker for the last six years. She feels it has been an honor and a privilege to serve individuals and families during this intimate phase of life.