In everything we do, we are guided by our company’s purpose statement: It’s all about helping people.

We fulfill our commitment to our employees, our patients, our partners, our investors and our community through a robust corporate social responsibility program.

Our operating philosophy is rooted in the principles of service excellence, and our actions are guided by our six pillars: people, service, quality, efficiency, growth and ethics.

As a responsible steward of healthcare resources in the communities we serve, we provide significant support each year for charitable organizations that align with our healthcare mission. We also invest in our employees through continuing education, professional development and hardship relief assistance.

Our company is committed to environmentally responsible operations, and we celebrate the diversity of our employees, patients and communities.

The Purpose Fund
The Purpose Fund provides financial assistance to LHC Group employees facing economic hardship due to emergency situations. Grants from The Purpose Fund are made possible through the financial support of LHC Group and our employees, many of whom provide voluntary donations to support the fund.
Hospice Promise Foundation
The Hospice Promise Foundation assists patients and families with essential, non-hospice related expenses they are unable to afford themselves – such as rent and utility bills, emergency repairs, personal care items and food assistance, in addition to funding patient's last wishes funding, burial assistance, and community projects.
American Red Cross
As an American Red Cross “Annual Disaster Giving Program” partner, LHC Group offers employees expanded opportunities to support and serve their community – in perfect alignment with our mission and focus on service at a local level. Employees play an important role in this partnership, and volunteer opportunities are communicated as they are developed and announced.
LHC Group and the Myers Family Foundation partnered with South Louisiana Community College on a five-year project called “A Legacy of Caring in the Home and Community.” The $2.5 million historic project represents the largest private investment in a community college in Louisiana and will include home health labs and programming at seven campuses, endowed scholarships and professorships, and more. By 2021, more than 350 SLCC students will be trained in the home health labs.