This certification is a testament to the men and women of GrandCare. The stated mission of GrandCare Health Services is to deliver measurably industry-leading patient outcomes, satisfaction and value.
PASADENA, Calif. (PRWEB) October 08, 2018
Fortune determined the Best Workplaces for Aging Services by utilizing their research partner, Great Place to Work. Great Place to Work examined survey outcomes from more than 162,000 employees from various aspects of elder care including senior housing and at-home care. The in-depth survey questions had the employees answer to what extent their organization is a Great Place to Work. At Grandcare Health Services, 84 percent of employees say their workplace is great.
For consideration, companies in the 50 Best Workplaces for Aging Services list had to first achieve Great Place to Work certification. The certification process involves submitting an application and having at least 55% of employees fill out a survey, which is administered over a two-week period.
David A. Bell, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of GrandCare Health Services, LLC said “This certification is a testament to the men and women of GrandCare. The stated mission of GrandCare Health Services is to deliver measurably industry-leading patient outcomes, satisfaction and value. In earning the Great Place to Work Certification and making the Fortune list for 50 Best Workplaces for Aging Services, our employees clearly support this mission and have expressed their commitment to our company, our employees and the patients we serve.”
About Grandcare Health Services
GrandCare Health Services has been a leader in healthcare services at home in Southern California for over a decade. Their commitment to excellence, significant experience and clinical leadership have enabled them to develop clinical programs to ensure that patients receive the highest quality of home care in the comfort of their homes. GrandCare’s services include home health care and caregiving services. Their agencies are licensed by the Department of Public Health of California.
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