Hospice Leadership

Committed to putting the needs of our patients first

The combined years of experience of our talented and versatile executive staff help create and direct individualized patient care planning.

Dr. Nima Ghadimi, President

As SPG’s President and Medical Director of Skilled Nursing Facilities, he has focused on continuing to deliver the ultimate patient experience. Dr. Ghadimi continues his journey to enhance the patient experience and deliver positive outcomes through a proven, uniquely designed and innovative care model.

Dr. Nima Ghadimi, President

As SPG’s President and Medical Director of Skilled Nursing Facilities, he has focused on continuing to deliver the ultimate patient experience. Dr. Ghadimi continues his journey to enhance the patient experience and deliver positive outcomes through a proven, uniquely designed and innovative care model.

Raad Hindosh, MD

Senior Vice President of SPG, SPG Hospice and Telemedicine Program

Awarded the “Honorary Physician Award for Nurse’s Week” in May 2013, Dr. Hindosh is recognized for his collaborative efforts and the implementation of multi-disciplinary rounding.

Raad Hindosh, MD

Senior Vice President of SPG, SPG Hospice and Telemedicine Program

Awarded the “Honorary Physician Award for Nurse’s Week” in May 2013, Dr. Hindosh is recognized for his collaborative efforts and the implementation of multi-disciplinary rounding.

Evan Trost, MD

Dr. Trost’s personable and empathetic disposition, innovative approach to hospice, and person-centered medical care have allowed him to excel in the treatment of patients with palliative needs. Practicing in the valley since 2002, Dr. Trost has served as medical director for numerous nursing facilities and hospice’s, practiced extensively in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and volunteers as the team physician for Scottsdale Unified School District’s Coronado High School. As SPG Hospice’s medical director, he integrates all of his experience to ensure comprehensive and compassionate care to all those in need.

Evan Trost, MD

Dr. Trost’s personable and empathetic disposition, innovative approach to hospice, and person-centered medical care have allowed him to excel in the treatment of patients with palliative needs. Practicing in the valley since 2002, Dr. Trost has served as medical director for numerous nursing facilities and hospice’s, practiced extensively in both inpatient and outpatient settings, and volunteers as the team physician for Scottsdale Unified School District’s Coronado High School. As SPG Hospice’s medical director, he integrates all of his experience to ensure comprehensive and compassionate care to all those in need.

Valerie Soza, Chief Operating Officer

Valerie received both her Bachelors and Master’s degrees from Arizona State University. Valerie has experienced varied work roles across the continuum of Social Services throughout the Phoenix area. Her clinical knowledge base is grounded in the medical and mental health arena, primarily in the hospital setting. She brings with her a skill set that allows her to maintain physician relationships, payer relationships and community relations.

Valerie Soza, Chief Operating Officer

Valerie received both her Bachelors and Master’s degrees from Arizona State University. Valerie has experienced varied work roles across the continuum of Social Services throughout the Phoenix area. Her clinical knowledge base is grounded in the medical and mental health arena, primarily in the hospital setting. She brings with her a skill set that allows her to maintain physician relationships, payer relationships and community relations.

Nancy Trevett, Director of Operations

Nancy began her career in hospice over 13 years ago. Over several years of service, Nancy has functioned in many different capacities which has given her the experience and knowledge to mentor and lead as a director. She displays compassion for not only our patients and their families, but for any team member who may need a caring ear at the end of the day.

Nancy Trevett, Director of Operations

Nancy began her career in hospice over 13 years ago. Over several years of service, Nancy has functioned in many different capacities which has given her the experience and knowledge to mentor and lead as a director. She displays compassion for not only our patients and their families, but for any team member who may need a caring ear at the end of the day.

FINN - Hospice Therapy Dog

Director Of Making People Smile =)

Rescued at 7 weeks old, Finn was in poor health so he came to work with Nancy Trevett every day so he could be monitored. After a quick recovery, Finn is now at work M-F and is the most popular being in the business complex, giving kisses and joy to not only SPG employees, but to everyone in the building. We realized he was calm and loving with anyone who wanted to hold him so we decided to train him to be a hospice therapy dog. Finn is still a baby so he is in his “socialization” stage, but he will start his training soon so he can gain his certification.

FINN - Hospice Therapy Dog

Director Of Making People Smile =)

Rescued at 7 weeks old, Finn was in poor health so he came to work with Nancy Trevett every day so he could be monitored. After a quick recovery, Finn is now at work M-F and is the most popular being in the business complex, giving kisses and joy to not only SPG employees, but to everyone in the building. We realized he was calm and loving with anyone who wanted to hold him so we decided to train him to be a hospice therapy dog. Finn is still a baby so he is in his “socialization” stage, but he will start his training soon so he can gain his certification.
SPG HOSPICE​
7975 N. Hayden Rd., Suite B-200
Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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Phone: 480.268.2668
Fax Number: 480.269.2669
Email: info@spghospice.com