Graham Healthcare in Troy Purchases Florida Care Provider

Graham Healthcare Group, a Troy-based provider of homecare, palliative, and hospice services, has acquired Florida’s InTeliCare Health Services, which delivers similar services.
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Graham Healthcare Group in Troy has acquired Florida’s InTeliCare Health Services. // Courtesy of Graham Healthcare
Graham Healthcare Group in Troy has acquired Florida’s InTeliCare Health Services. // Courtesy of Graham Healthcare

Graham Healthcare Group, a Troy-based provider of homecare, palliative, and hospice services, has acquired Florida’s InTeliCare Health Services, which delivers similar services.

The move, for which financial details were not disclosed, is Graham’s first expansion into the Sunshine State.

Graham says it will integrate InTeliCare into its Residential Home Health division to accelerate access to personalized home health care throughout Florida. The division is a leading post-acute home care network serving communities in Michigan, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.

Integrating InTeliCare into Residential Home Health will bring together industry-leading, patient-centered home health services to strengthen the continuum of care for patients across central Florida, according to the company.

“More than one-fifth of Florida’s population is over 65, and that number continues to grow,” says David Curtis, CEO of Home Health at Graham Healthcare Group. “With the baby boomer generation doubling in size and an increase in comorbidities, this is an ideal time for Graham Healthcare Group to begin serving people in the state of Florida in their own homes with high-quality post-acute and end-of-life care.

“With the addition of InTeliCare, we’re poised for growth as we continue our mission to transform home care and improve patient experiences,” Curtis says. “This agreement expands the ability of Graham Healthcare Group to deliver consistent, high-quality care across the spectrum of home health and further strengthens our foundation for success.”

Irene Tuttle, founder and CEO of InTeliCare, will serve in an advisory role following the deal’s close. Toni Walker, InTeliCare’s vice president of operations, will maintain leadership over day-to-day operations.

“We strongly align with Residential’s values of care and community,” Tuttle says. “This is an extraordinary opportunity to join forces with an organization that shares our employee- and patient-driven approach to care.

“We are confident that the powerful synergies and added strength this partnership creates will continue to elevate the value and experience of post-acute care and advance the continuum of home health care in central Florida.”

Residential Home Health intends to retain InTelicare’s workforce and will support it with enhanced operational efficiencies and advanced clinical and technology innovations.

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