Rebecca Jacques was born and raised in Haiti. She moved to Manchester, New Hampshire with her family at the age of 14 years old. In 2007, she relocated to Florida. She attended Palm Beach State College where she obtained her Licensed Practical Nursing in 2010. In 2012, she received her Associate Degree in Nursing. Rebecca Jacques is a Registered Nurse, whom specialized in Case Management, Utilization Management and Transitional Care.
Rebecca Jacques was one of the nurses that assisted with the Long Term Medicaid roll out in 2013 while working with UHC – where she received the CEO Award and was one of 2 nurses that received this Award. While working as a Case Manager – Rebecca noted there was a need for High Quality Homecare Services.
She founded Precise Care Services in 2013 – A Comprehensive Homecare Agency & Staffing Agency. Rebecca Jacques is a serial entrepreneur and investor. She has a passion at mentoring the younger generation that show interest in the Healthcare field and/or launching their own business. She collaborates with CareerSource and T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society on their Mentorship Program.
Additionally, her passion for improving the well-being of others has led her to take added responsibilities within her community. She founded the Haitian-American Nurses Association of Palm Beach in 2018 – they have since served over 1,000 low income individuals in West Palm as well as the Treasure Coast. She is a Board Member for the Alzheimer’s Association. She is on the Advisory Board for the Nursing Program at Indian River States College as well as Fortis College. She serves on the Healthcare Panel at United Way of St Lucie.
Rebecca Jacques has received numerous Awards for a community services, including an award from Bethune Cookman University in February, 2015 Rebecca Jacques greatest joy comes from being a supportive wife, loving mother and nurturing practitioner that provides personal, relevant and holistic care. She loves spending time with her family. She enjoys taking Health Missions trip to Haiti to continue her philanthropic desire to provide services where it is needed.