Amanda Hodges, BSN, RN, OCN

Director of Implementation

Amanda Hodges, BSN, RN, OCN - Director of Implementation

Amanda is an Oncology Certified Registered Nurse who joined the ReVital Team as Director of Implementation in September of 2018.

Amanda brings years of oncology clinical skill to her role with the ReVital Operations Team. She assists in bridging the communication gap between the worlds of oncology and rehabilitation services. Her role is to work beside the RPD in identifying the appropriate assessment of patients and documenting the workflow of the referral from the oncology provider to ReVital. She also works closely on user functionality of SmartSheets (team collaborative platform) and MS Dynamics (CRM platform).

Amanda began her passion for nursing and oncology early being a caregiver to her mother who had Ovarian cancer. She went on to earn her Associate Degree in Nursing from Tarleton State University and worked in the hospital setting with a focus on Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Pheresis/Red Blood Cell Exchange, and Outpatient Services.

She joined The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Fort Worth in 2000. She was a member of The Center's team for eighteen years. During her tenure, she became an OCN - Oncology Certified Nurse and completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Texas at Arlington.

At The Center, she worked in variety of roles from infusion & radiation nurse, Quality & Compliance Director, and was the Director of Clinical Programs & Support Services. As a Director, she had oversight of all clinical and ancillary programs for The Center including Nurse Navigators, Social Work, Triage, Case Management, Integrative Medicine, Psychotherapy, Massage, Acupuncture, Nutritional Counseling, and Genetics.

She was actively involved with Oncology Program Transformation at The Center including CMMI Come Home program, QOPI certification, NCQA PPC-PCMH program, and CoC OMH accreditation as well as OCM and other payer initiatives. She also worked alongside Navigating Cancer in the development of their Nursing Triage Pathways system and with CPAN's patient advocacy network.

She enjoys spending time with her husband and two fur babies at her home in Texas. She is an aunt to nine nieces and nephews. Hobbies include reading and sewing.