November is National
Home Care & Hospice Month

Our unique culture is an indispensable part of our reputation and drives our sense of accountability as a leading healthcare provider. It informs and influences our decisions and, by default, the way our entire organization operates each and every day. Most importantly, it is a legacy that each and every one of us is responsible for preserving and passing on.

In November, designated as National Home Care & Hospice Month, we pause to recognize the dedication to service demonstrated by our talented team. Our culture shines through in celebration of our clinicians and caregivers in each community we serve across the nation. We’re proud to showcase just a few of our team members telling us about their “WHY” – the stories of experiences with patients, families, and colleagues that motivate them and display our culture in action.

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The LHC Group Difference

LHC Group started with one simple decision — to accept responsibility and voluntarily care for a few needy and vulnerable individuals in one small community. Our founders wanted to make lives better by providing vital healthcare services with a focus on quality, service to people first, and genuine empathy.

While our size and scope have changed, our values remain rooted in those foundational principles of community, family, and service. We are proud  of our enduring adherence to this set of standards and consider it one of our organization’s most distinguishing features. It has allowed us to achieve a level of excellence recognized throughout our industry.

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Our Culture

With an unwavering commitment to integrity, quality, professionalism, and compassion, we make healthcare work better for the patients, families, and communities we are privileged to serve.
It’s all about helping people.

Patient Spotlight

Mr. Rice had to have emergency abdominal surgery and experienced complications that led to a severe decline in his health overall. Mr. Rice said “The image in the mirror was not recognizable…”

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Family Spotlight

Brig. Gen. Robert J. LeBlanc is a native of Abbeville, Louisiana. In 1943, he volunteered for duty with the Office of Strategic Services – a predecessor of our modern CIA – and served as a special operations liaison officer…

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