NEW YORK (April 12, 2018)—Great Lakes Caring, National Home Health Care and Jordan Health Services announced a merger that will strategically position the newly combined company.
Three market players will come together, creating a comprehensive care continuum of personal care, skilled home health and hospice care. The newly combined company will serve more than 63,000 patients and their families on a daily basis, employing over 31,000 caregivers across 15 states in 221 locations. The company will retain corporate headquarters in Michigan, Connecticut and Texas, and operate in service lines.
G. Scott Herman, CEO of National Home Health Care, was named Enterprise CEO; Adam Nielsen, CEO of Great Lakes Caring, has been named CEO of Home Health and Hospice; and Jeffrey Fisher, CEO of Jordan Health Services, will lead the company’s continued acquisition efforts as chief development officer.
National Home Health Care Corp., through its four operating subsidiaries, is a provider of home health care services, including nursing care, personal care and other specialized health services in the northeastern part of the United States.
Great Lakes Caring Home Health and Hospice is a provider of a continuum of home health and hospice care. It was named Fortune Magazine’s Best Workplaces in Healthcare and Best Workplaces for Millennials awards, in addition to being recognized as a National Best and Brightest Company to Work For.
Founded in 1975 and based in Dallas, Texas, Jordan Health Services offers a unique blend of services, including personal care, case management, skilled nursing, therapy and hospice services.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to deliver coordinated continuum-based homecare and serve patients in a holistic manner. The combined companies bring together best-in-class technology, market leading quality and a differentiated care model that clearly sets us apart,” said G. Scott Herman, Enterprise CEO. “As a combined entity, we are exceptionally well-positioned for long term success, particularly as health care moves toward population-based health management and outcomes-based performance.”
The combined assets of Great Lakes Caring, National Home Health and Jordan Health Services intends to create one of the most technologically advanced platforms in the country and to significantly improve clinical outcomes, while enhancing the patient experience. Over the course of the next few years, the company will continue to roll out continuum service offerings including personal care, skilled home health care, and hospice care throughout existing and new geographies.