Home, Hope and Healing’s clinical nurse management team, from left, includes Patricia Austin, regional nurse manager; Wendy O’Connor, regional nurse manager; Laurie Bourgoin, chief clinical officer; Agrandece Dostie, regional nurse manager; and Katie Hitchings, clinical operations nurse manager. Submitted photo

SMITHFIELD — Home, Hope and Healing Inc. has announced that as of July 1, agency ownership transferred to Aimee and John Adams with the retirement of owners Jill Lufkin Robinson and Jane Greenblatt.

Robinson and Greenblatt created, managed and grew the Maine-based home healthcare company for the past 21 years prior to their retirement. Aimee Adams is Robinson’s daughter, and she and her husband are proud to continue the legacy of what her mother and aunt started, keeping the local, Maine business within the family and maintaining its strong community ties. Aimee Adams has been the chief finance officer and John Adams the chief information officer. Both intend to continue in their current roles along with the addition of new leadership duties, according to a news release from the agency.

A retirement party was recently held for Robinson and Greenblatt at their main office in Smithfield. It also provided the opportunity to recognize the clinical leadership team.

Robinson and Greenblatt founded the agency in 2002 because they believed that medically complex individuals deserved the most comprehensive, compassionate, and reliable care to keep them in their homes with their loved ones.