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Bobbie Rosenblatt Joins Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care

Retired School Teacher & Therapist Brings Unique Expertise to Board


Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care welcomes Bobbie Rosenblatt as a member of its board of directors, according to Lynda Tanner, President and Chief Executive Officer of the medical nonprofit organization.

Bobbie Rosenblatt
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Bobbie Rosenblatt

Known for her many volunteer activities, Mrs. Rosenblatt is a retired elementary school teacher and an educational therapist. She is a co-founder of the Women’s Council of Sansum Clinic, which annually presents a series of lectures on health care issues. Additionally, she co-chaired the committee that brought digital mammography technology to Sansum Clinic.

“Bobbie’s expertise will serve VNHC in its mission to provide high quality, comprehensive home health, hospice and related services necessary to promote the health and well-being of all community residents, including those unable to pay,” notes Ms. Tanner “She also sat on the board of the Santa Barbara Bowl and the Santa Barbara Children’s Museum and currently sits on the foundation board for Santa Barbara City College.”

A New York transplant, Mrs. Rosenblatt and her husband, Ed, moved to Los Angeles in 1967 and to Santa Barbara in 1999. They have four children and six grandchildren.

Nonprofit since 1908, Visiting Nurse & Hospice Care provides high-quality, comprehensive home health, hospice and related services necessary to promote the health and well-being of all community residents, including those unable to pay. Serving all of Santa Barbara County including Santa Ynez and Lompoc Valleys. For more information, please call 805.965.5555 or visit us online at our website.

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