We’ve just been named as one of HomeCare® Elite’s Top 500 Agencies for the 4th year in a row.
For 14 years
now, the HomeCare Elite® recognition program has listed the top 25 percent
of home health agencies in the country. They are proud to name HealthFlex among
the 2019 HomeCare Elite.
Brought to you
by ABILITY Network® and DecisionHealth, HomeCare Elite honors the top-performing
agencies as measured by five categories:
of care (outdoors),
practice implementation (process measures),
improvement and consistency
experience (HHCAHPS) and
The HomeCare Elite recognizes the Top 100 and Top 500 providers nationwide. Out of 8,818 agencies considered, 2,207 are HomeCare Elite… and out of that number, only 1,423 repeated recognition from 2018 to 2019.
Because of our strong core values and exceptional service to hundreds of families across six San Francisco Bay Area counties, HealfhFlex is extremely proud of our awards and honors, from the BBB to the Inc. 5000.
However, as of the date of this particular blog, here is the most recent list of HealthFlex awards and accreditations:
CMS (Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services) Five-Star Quality Rated
National Association of Business Resources “Best and Brightest Places to Work”: 2016, 2017 and 2018
Inc. “5000 Top Fastest Growing Companies” 2018 and 2019
San Francisco Business Times: Top Women-Owned Businesses
San Francisco Business Times Fastest Growing Companies
Home Care Elite: Top 500 for 2016, 2017 and 2018
National Association for Home Care & Hospice: 2019
“So happy with my job
at HealthFlex.” “Great people, benefits, communication, easy access to management. They
hosted a few outings for us that were so much fun. They sponsor local
organizations and businesses. Really great company to work for. I’ve been with
them for just over 2 years now.” – Current Employee in Oakland, CA.
“Best nurse I ever had.” “My nurse was the best I ever had in my life. I recommend her for an achievement award! She was very knowledgeable.” – S.S.
Our comprehensive team of highly trained, compassionate clinicians consistently provides understanding, nurturing care, and ongoing support for Bay Area home health care.
This is the HealthFlex Home Health Care Advantage:
We were founded by nurses in 2012 with a mission to always put people first.
We’re committed to providing a superior level of care in your home, highly ethical practices, and giving back to our communities.
As a 5-Star Medicare Rated CMS company, we have more than 230 California-certified HealthFlex clinicians who have provided services to more than 6,000 Bay Area families with over 113,000 in-home visits in nearly 70 Bay Area cities.
Our Home Health Care has the power to change your life: to restore dignity, maintain stability, and enable your remaining years to be among your best years.
Our Hospice Care provides compassionate care for you or your loved one in your home, assisted living facility, or memory care community.
Today, we’re extremely proud to be one of the largest, independently owned companies in Bay Area home health care, as well as in Northern California, focusing on the patient/customer, employee, provider, and clinician experiences.
A HealthFlex Home Health Care Advantage Testimonial
“All the people at HealthFlex were pleasant and did their jobs professionally… I would like to thank the whole staff, nurses, and therapists, for all their professional, and thoughtful care! Sufficient to say thank you.” – G.O.
So now that you know the
HealthFlex Home Health Care Advantage, call us at 1-888-708-FLEX (3539) if you want to
stay in your home after an accident or a medical event.
“Through The Eyes of a Home Care Therapist” A story from a HealthFlex Physical Therapist (The patient’s name has been changed.)
The chaos that ensues during illness and injury can overshadow the beauty around us. The love of friends and family can be so powerful as to shine through even the darkest moments.
This is a story of love and friendship, a story I have been blessed to witness as a home health worker, a stranger, and now a friend.
Weak and very frail from months of illness, Walter returned home
from the hospital to find that his beloved garden had been planted and lovingly
cared for by his dearest friend. Too weak to care for himself, Walter’s friend
became his caregiver, helping with cooking, cleaning, personal care and
Walter’s home-based physical therapy began shortly after his discharge from the hospital. Even as a frail man, Walter was larger than life. His personality was gregarious and positive. He set goals to walk and hold his granddaughter due to be born in January. Walter’s desire to walk was met head on by the reality of months of a strength-zapping illness. Standing required the support of two people and Walter’s friend was right there to help. Short and difficult sessions of standing were punctuated with long rest sessions filled with storytelling and laughter of two lifelong friends.
Although Walter never walked again, he achieved his goal of meeting his son’s first child. Too weak to travel, Walter heard the coos of his granddaughter over the phone held to his ear by his dear friend. He said goodbye to his son, quietly shared the moment with his friend by his side, and drifted off to sleep.
Walter died the next day with his friend by his side.
Several months later Walters’s friend gave me a gift from Walter’s garden. A gift of new friendship that I planted in my yard. Every so often, when the plant grows, I snip off a branch and plant it in a new pot and give it to a new friend or a person in need, because that is what Walter would have wanted… to share the love.
This experience with the patient and the gifting of the plant has become a local community building effort in my area. The elementary school children, individuals and businesses will be growing and propagating the plants. The plants will be delivered to local homebound and at risk residents (private homes, SNFs, churches, school site counselors, correction facilities, hospice, etc.) This project is intended to build communities for people who do not have the means to build their own.
Thank you to HealthFlex for giving me the opportunity to share in the lives of our patients.
We want to thank Inc. Magazine for recognizing HealthFlex as one of America’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies for a second year in a row. Our 2019 Inc. 5000 Rank was #603 nationwide. This is truly amazing achievement was made possible by our dedicated, compassionate staff… Thank you!
“When your entire team shares a passion for helping others, we’ve proved –– time and again –– that truly great things can happen!”, said Sofia Koshevatsky, co-founder and CEO. “We are so excited to be transforming the way healthcare is delivered at home.”
Oakland-based company aims to keep patient care for the elderly at home in the Bay Area.
Every company wants to
be featured in the news. But not every company is fortunate enough to have that
–– and we are truly honored to be acknowledged by our community with a
front cover article on August 1, 2019 in the San Francisco Business Times.
Wyatt Kroopf, a writer at the Times, just published a story about our fast-growing company that’s now working with such healthcare giants as Dignity Health, Kaiser Permanente, and doctor network Brown and Toland.
Since 2012, we have invested in quality –– for both patient care and our employees’ well-being –– offering robust benefits and creating a strong, nurturing workplace. Those steps helped pave the way for HealthFlex’s growth to over 240 employees with a low turnover rate.
“We want to develop our private duty sector so that we can be a one-stop hub,” said Alex Koshevatsky. “We want to be able to provide all the services that a patient needs in a home setting.”