MAAPC Board Member Susan Delean-Botkin retires after 9 years
The MAAPC Board expresses its gratitude to Board Member, Susan Delean-Botkin, BS, BSN, MSN, CRNP for her years of service, vision, and leadership. In 2010, Susan's efforts were instrumental in helping to eliminate the Collaborative Agreement in Maryland, and all advanced practice nurses owe her their thanks. After 9 years of dedicated service, Susan retired from the MAAPC Board on November 1, 2019, although she continues to remain actively involved with the organization.
Susan is a graduate of Georgetown University and has practiced health care in Washington, DC and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. She opened her own practice in 2003 and built Family Care of Easton to be a family-oriented, primary care practice with a continually growing patient roster.
Her philosophy is simply stated, “We should make every patient healthier and a little happier by treating not just the symptoms, but the whole person.” She believes in taking the time to listen to her patients and work with them to develop positive outcomes. Susan is an advocate for healthcare issues within the community, especially those involving women. She is also very active with the Talbot Humane Society and Animal Rescue spreading her love of animals in order to ensure their well-being.
Outside of her practice and her patients, Susan enjoys time with her husband, Mickey, her grandchildren, and family members. Susan and Mickey love to travel, see new places, enjoy good friends, good food, fine wine and truly enjoy the performing arts, not to mention they love to dance.