Interim HealthCare Announces Conversion of Branches to Franchises in California
May 19, 2008 // Franchising.com // Sunrise, FL; - Interim HealthCare, the nation's largest combined provider of home care and healthcare staffing services, announced the completion of conversions of the San Diego/Escondido, Fresno, Sacramento and Modesto/Stockton branches into franchise operations. Previously, operating under corporate ownership, the change reflects the continuous growth of the 42-year-old company and a strategic move to becoming an all franchise organization.
Under this branch to franchise conversion, the San Diego/Escondido offices' new franchise partner is Wendy Olayvar; the Fresno offices' franchise partners are Sarah Ahmed, Wayne Campbell and Samerah Campbell; the Sacramento offices' franchise partner is David Klaeser; and the Modesto/Stockton offices' franchise partners are Ron and Anita Murphy.
Paul Murphy, CEO of Interim HealthCare Inc. commented, "It speaks volumes that all our new franchise partners were previously involved in their branches in some capacity. We are so proud to welcome these new franchisees to the Interim family and look forward to their continued growth."
Wendy Olayvar, Franchisee of Interim HealthCare of San Diego states, "We are excited to become Interim HealthCare franchisees. We also are very pleased to give California seniors the opportunity to remain independent at home by offering skilled and non-medical, supportive home care services."
Founded in 1966, Interim HealthCare is the nation's oldest proprietary health care franchise organization providing health care personnel at all skill levels in all settings. Through a network of more than 300 offices, Interim HealthCare provides diverse health care services including home care, medical staffing and occupational health. Interim employs more than 75,000 health care workers and provides services to approximately 50,000 people each day. For more information, visit www.interimhealthcare.com.