Cleamon Moorer Jr. Elected to Michigan HomeCare and Hospice Association Board of Directors

Cleamon Moorer Jr. headshot
Courtesy of American Advantage Home Care

American Advantage Home Care in Dearborn announced Cleamon Moorer Jr. has been elected to the board of directors of the Michigan HomeCare and Hospice Association for a two-year term by the trade association’s members.

Moorer is president of American Advantage Home Care, a full-service home health care agency serving southeastern Michigan by providing skilled medical care and hospice service 24/7. His extensive experience as a business executive, management consultant and educator includes having led the health care administration programs at two colleges.

“Dr. Moorer brings unique experience to the MHHA board of directors at a time when the world is emerging from a public health emergency,” says Barry Cargill, president and CEO of MHHA. “Home medical care is the economical alternative to rehospitalization or care at a skilled nursing facility. Dr. Moorer will be a thought leader in helping keep injured and ailing citizens, many of whom are our aging population, in the comfort and safety of their homes for as long as they choose.”

Established in 1981, Michigan HomeCare and Hospice Association is a state trade association serving as a unified voice, a principal resource and an advocate for 240 member organizations in the home care and hospice industry. Members are best-practice providers of home health, hospice, private duty, home medical equipment, and pharmacy-infusion services.

In the two years that Moorer and his wife, Nicole Willis-Moorer, have owned and operated American Advantage, the daily patient census has increased 1,000 percent. During that time, the Dearborn-based agency expanded services to include hospice care and opened administrative hubs in Grand Blanc, Detroit, and Trenton.