Professional References

  • I have known and worked with Gina Murray for twenty years. Ten years in long term care and ten years with Hospice of Wake County (now Transitions), and now as managing a senior care home service. I have always found her to be the essence of excellent nursing care. She has a broad understanding of geriatrics, both in the natural aging process, as well as the chronic disease states that produce disability. I am most impressed by her ability to handle difficult situations and instill confidence in patients and families that all problems will be dealt with and handled in the best way possible. I continue to rely on her to help in the care of my patients and continue to ask her to do the impossible, which she never fails to accomplish.

    5 Star Review
    James S. Parsons MD, Geriatrics, Raleigh NC
  • “Gina Murray, co-owner of Aware Senior Care, has always had a strong clinical background when it comes to geriatric long term care. With her clinical competency as an RN, along with several years of experience in skilled nursing and hospice care, Gina is extremely knowledgeable in providing quality care for your loved one. She is delightful to work with and compassionate to both the family and patient's needs.”
    5 Star Review
    Jamie Salamanca, Admissions Director, The Oaks at Whitaker Glen - Mayview
  • I have known Gina Murray for many years. She has cared for many of my patients in a skilled nursing facility and as an outpatient through Aware Senior Care. She has provided complete assessment and compassionate care in a convenient and affordable manner. She communicated with patients and families regularly, and her work is outstanding. I highly recommend Murray and Aware Senior Care!

    5 Star Review
    William D. Lee MD, MDVIP Raleigh, NC
  • It was my privilege to work with Gina Murray for a number of years. I first met Gina in 2007 when I served as Vice President of Clinical Operations at Hospice of Wake County and Gina was serving as a Team Leader (a nurse manager position). She managed an interdisciplinary team of hospice staff including nurses, social workers, nursing assistants, spiritual care counselors/chaplains and volunteers. She was well respected by her team and did a great job coordinating multiple staff serving patients in their homes and various nursing facilities in the area.

    In 2009 we were completing the construction of our new hospice facilities (Hospice of Wake County and now Transitions Life Care) and needed someone to manage and oversee the operations of our 20 bed hospice home. We selected Gina for the position as she had the skills, passion and knowledge to do the job. This was no small task as there were hundreds of details to attend to. In addition to recruiting, hiring and training over 70 new employees she had to assist in developing and administering policies, procedures and guidelines for every aspect of this new operation.

    Gina is very organized, personable and knowledgeable in every aspect of elder care and end of life care. I had complete faith and trust in her abilities to manage multiple projects and people with the utmost care and integrity.

    Gina is a people person. She connects well with others and works from both her head and her heart. She genuinely cares for others and is always willing to go the extra mile in her work and serve others way beyond the norm. I was glad to see Gina expand her outreach with a new opportunity in her career where she can continue to use her vast knowledge and serve folks in the elder community. It is her true passion and her gift. I recommend Gina without reservation.

    5 Star Review
    Mark Philbrick, RN, MSN - Director of Education & Volunteer Services, Transitions Life Care
  • I have known Gina Murray for well over ten years and have observed her nursing skills at both Hospice of Wake County (now Transitions Life Care) and the Oaks of Mayview nursing home. Although she works well with people of all ages, she is especially adept in dealing with the elderly and their families. She displays great patience and empathy in these encounters. She is always pleasant, and in fact, I’ve never seen her when she was not smiling.

    5 Star Review
    William Dunlap, MD and Founder of Hospice of Wake County