Interim HealthCare Inc. Closes Strong Year with Third Acquisition
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Interim HealthCare Inc. Closes Strong Year with Third Acquisition

Interim HealthCare of Sacramento Hospice now under Interim HealthCare corporate ownership

SUNRISE, Fla., Dec. 10, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Interim HealthCare Inc., a franchise network of home care, senior care, home health, hospice and healthcare staffing services, today announces its third acquisition of 2021 with the purchase of Interim HealthCare of Sacramento Hospice in California.

First opened 46 years ago, Interim HealthCare of Sacramento Hospice provides a holistic approach to hospice care centered around comfort, compassion, and support for loved ones and their families. David Klaeser, owner of the franchise since 2007, will continue leading the company in the role of CEO and building upon a history of clinical excellence, outstanding quality, care delivery and sales performance.

This marks the third franchise acquisition for Interim HealthCare Inc. in 2021, following Interim HealthCare of the Treasure Coast in November and Interim HealthCare of San Diego in January. The movement toward a hybrid model of both franchises and company-owned branches represents the company's overarching goal to expand its reach to be able to serve more individuals in need around the country.

"2021 was a big year for Interim HealthCare. We are glad to have had the opportunity to purchase not only Interim HealthCare of Sacramento Hospice, but two other highly successful franchises in San Diego, California and West Palm Beach, Florida," said Jennifer Sheets, president and CEO of Interim HealthCare Inc. "These three acquisitions further Interim HealthCare's unwavering commitment to meeting individuals in their most preferred care setting – the home. Our goal is for every person that is appropriate for care in the home, to have the highest quality option possible."

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many consumers to take more control over their healthcare decisions. According to a recent Interim HealthCare survey, 67 percent of Americans have thought differently about their own healthcare options or those of a loved one because of the pandemic. As a result, in-home care services are seeing an uptick in interest due in part to the growing aging population and the number of individuals living with comorbid conditions. Interim HealthCare is continuing to meet this growing demand through its strategic acquisitions, recruiting efforts and industry advocacy work to ensure all individuals have access to the superior services that home healthcare provides.

SOURCE Interim HealthCare Inc.



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