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Benedict A. Foretia, Founder, CEO

Benedict A. Foretia is the Founder and CEO of Life Care Inc. Founded in 2017, Life Care Inc. has provided medical, clinical and behavioral services to the Washington, DC area. Foretia’s commitment to the health-care field began with his experience working with families and children of special needs. He has dedicated his life's work to continue to help patients gain access to medical and behavioral care as well as physical assistance. With over 20 years of experience, Foretia continues to provide a safe, productive and caring environment for his patients, staff and community. Foretia graduated from District of Columbia University with a Bachelors in Computer Information and System Sciences and Masters of Business Administration in Finance.

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Regina Anyikeng, Assistant CEO, BSN, RN

Regina Anyikeng has worked as a registered nurse in the Greater Washington D.C. area for over 20 years. During her career, she has worked diligently to provide a safe, nurturing and prosperous environment for not only her patients but her colleagues as well. Over the years, she has held positions at numerous hospitals across Washington, D.C including United Medical Center, Southern Maryland Hospital and Bridgepoint Hospital. Anyikeng received her Bachelors in Nursing from Chamberlain University and is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Nursing with a specialization to be licensed Nurse Practitioner. She currently serves as the Assistant CEO of Life Care Inc, where she oversees our Nursing Program.

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