I am originally from Brazil and moved to Atlanta in 2003 to work as a currency trader for a major regional finance firm.
In 2010, myself along with two other like-minded partners founded ACP focused on changing the under-served Georgia medically fragile community. We created an unique company with a family-centered culture where everyone is committed to exceed expectations by going above and beyond for each other. I am grateful to God who has allowed me to serve our communities and to our families who trust in us to take care of their loved ones.
In my free time, I like to spend time with my family and travel back home (Brazil).
Through all these years, I have learned that recruiting and keeping a committed team is the key to success and the ACP team is ALL-IN!
I’m Daiana and I was born in Argentina. My family moved to South Florida when I was 4 years old. Growing up in South Florida I spent most of my time at the beach with my family. Outside of work I enjoy being active with my 2 kids, explore or staying home on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
I joined the ACP team a year ago and I absolutely love it here. ACP is a family orientated environment and I’m so excited to be a part of this big family.
Sam is a passionate nurse with icer 5 years of pediatric acute care experience.
Moving to extended care has given her the opportunity to develop deep relationships with her patients that she lacked in a hospital setting. She refers to her patients as her “work kids” and sends updates and pictures to parents throughout the day.
She often gets texts and pictures from parents outside of center hours to share in milestones and other special moments because her parents feel like she’s part of the family. In a way, she absolutely is!
I am currently a CNA working towards earning a dual bachelor in both Health Science and Sociology. I have later goals of becoming a nurse and eventually a nurse practitioner. Working at ACP has helped me work in my purpose while I enjoy caring for all of the beautiful individuals that attend the facility.