Our Culture at Work

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.

As we represent LHC Group, we will be judged by how we conduct ourselves, how we treat the people we touch, and the quality of our service. The duty to live up to our shared standard of excellence is a profound responsibility. It’s a responsibility we are prepared to meet and exceed – thanks to a unique company culture that started 25 years ago , with a few concerned citizens, and became ingrained at every level of a leading national healthcare company.

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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 Resolutions

Eileen S.

Home Health

Live a healthier lifestyle, eat better, exercise, and enjoy each day.

Anna B.

Home Health

This year I decided to set goals instead of resolutions. I have a goal to become financially stable and to not spend money on frivolous items and to grow in my leadership abilities

Melissa H

Home Health

This year, I want to be more patient focused. I answer the phones in my office. I want to stop more of what I am doing at the moment when the phone rings and really listen to what the patient is saying.

April M.

Home Health

To live my very best life, take care of myself, and let down my hair more. Life is too short, work is not EVERYTHING, and take more trips to enjoy life and this earth!!

Dedra R.

Home Health

Continue to strive to be the premiere Home health agency in our service area with the team we have now.

Melissa G

Home Health

To pay off all of my unnecessary debt, and start saving more for retirement.

Erica T.

Home Health

My new year’s resolution is a new year and a new me. I am focusing on my health this year and making positive changes toward a healthier life style so I can set the example for others around me.

Barbara B.

Home Health

To have a closer relationship with Christ and to be an example that would lead others to him.

Ruth Ann K.

Home Health

My goal: to work with our new leadership, be visible in our communities, and provide outstanding care to those who live in our communities.

Cindy B.

Home Health

To be thankful each day and remind myself God's plan is in motion and includes our team, our patients, and every ever-changing circumstance in our path each day. Through Him we all will thrive.

Tyrisha A.

Home Health

Meditate 365 days straight!

Janine N.

Home Health

It's OK not to know all the answers.

Lea B.

Home Health

Increase the amount of patients we have now with our wonderful care!

JoAnn S.

Home Health

A medical director who has been working with us for 15 years gave me a "Good Days Start with Gratitude" journal for Christmas. My resolution is to write three things that I am grateful for each day.

Lina-Lee M.

Advanced Care

Goal to be healthier and have more energy. Cut out dairy and processed foods. Drink less coffee. Take supplements regularly, exercise more, and increase my number of steps per day.

Penny C.

Home Health

Continue to broaden my knowledge within the company. Keep referral sources informed of any and all services that we offer. Maintain relationships and be a team player.

Tiffany B.

Home Health

Tennova HH Cleveland is doing Team Building. Jan. started with self-defense class and Feb. will start a "Biggest Loser" competition. Kick off was held with brunch 1/14 served to field staff by office.

Lan L.

HCBS

My resolution this year is to really appreciate everything that comes in my direction, whether good or bad. Begin every day and approach everything with a positive outlook.

Tina M.

Home Health

My word for 2020 is ORGANIZATION!

Tiffany S.

HCBS

My goal is to be the Best in Ohio. To reach the goal: refer CICs/falls to VN for skilled services, growing by 30 employees and 50 clients, COMPLIANCE, and retention/job satisfaction.

Dawn V.

Facility Based Services

My resolution is to make small improvements from the person I was last year. Nothing overwhelming - just attainable goals. I'm starting with taking a little less sugar in my coffee 🙂

Robynne G.

Home Health

To better myself. Lose 5 lbs., read 1 book a Month. Practice tolerance and patience.

Sherri W.

Home Office

My 2020 Word is "JOY". Joy is more than "happy". Happy is superficial and fleeting. JOY is deep, spiritual, long-lasting and keeps you looking for more. Where or how did you experience JOY today?

Kimberly S.

Home Office

My 2020 resolution is to get outside my comfort zone more often. The older I get the less willing I am to do this. Not good! Outside of our zone is where we learn and grow the most - I'm ready!

Spencer T.

Home Health

Try to enjoy the little things, all while learning to appreciate life's simple pleasures.

Lynette D.

Home Office

To give more of myself to helping those who need through volunteer opportunities throughout the community.

Patricia A.

Home Health

To find balance between work, family, self-care and community giving.

Chaney M.

Home Office

Being a better person today than I was yesterday.... One day at a time and a better day, better person every day in all things.

Sally T.

Home Office

My focus & goals for 2020 are to be a better Christian, be healthier and stronger physically, and to be a more seasoned Field Liaison. I have only been a FL for 1 year and am excited to learn new processes.

Julie M.

Home Health

My New Year's resolution is to be intentional with all aspects of my life. In other words, complete the task at hand when it's presented.

Michelle P.

Home Office

My resolution is to align my thoughts with my actions. Be intentional every day!

Patricia T.

Home Health

To continue to do my best to remain a valuable employee. 15+ years so far!

Ivye M.

Home Health

Hardinsburg census will hit 150's by summer and will have little to zero turnover in staff as we have the BEST.

Amy M.

HCBS

I resolve to continue building a transparent team that supports and builds each other celebrating success together.

Rhonda S.

Hospice

I recently read, "we all need to believe in the potency of our own actions." What a year this can be if we all understand what a simple positive word or gesture can do to change the world!

Deena C.

Hospice

Finding a good work/life balance. We work in fields that induce compassion and fatigue, and we need to practice better self-care. You can't do your job well if your bucket is empty.

Brooke T.

Hospice

To take better care of me. My work goals include journaling every day to see how I can improve my calls. For self-improvement, I have committed to exercising 4 days a week.

Holly F.

Hospice

#GROWLHCGROUPHOSPICE!!

Andrew P.

Hospice

To continue providing the best possible care to the people in our community and continue our growth to help even more!

Darlene T.

Hospice

Self-motivate each morning! Since I'm in a cheerleading role, I've committed to motivate and cheerlead myself each morning. Online reads, videos, John Maxwell emails, affirmations, etc. It works!

Sharon M.

Hospice

To strive to mentor, encourage, and empower each team member to be the best they can be this year so they can continue to provide the amazing care they provide to our patients and families on a daily basis.

Syndia G.

Hospice

To be present in each moment, living each day with purpose.

Lauren P.

Hospice

To successfully aid my internal stakeholders for continued growth and improved productivity in 2020.

Joanna G.

Home Health

Practice more self-love!

Pam L.

Home Health

I have resolved to let those that I love know it by my words and in my actions.

Zan B.

Home Health

Personally, I do not make new year's resolutions, I set goals every day. I try to focus on my presence every day, and I work toward becoming a more focused and positive person EACH and EVERY moment

Maribeth B.

HCBS

Put the other person 1st, Speak with love, Tell the truth, Make the right choices, Be courageous, Forgive freely, Always do my best, BE THANKFUL

Ronnell S.

HCBS

More work/life balance. Push myself to do the things that don't come natural first.

James C.

Home Health

My goal year is to impact people’s lives in extraordinary ways by doing my life's best work.

Margo C.

Home Health

Never start my day without repeating these words to myself: Own my market by never forgetting the basic rule of helping people. Plan my work and work my plan daily

Rob K.

Home Office

My 2020 Resolution and Mantra is 'Make it count!' Each day, our health, our families, and the opportunity to serve others is a gift. Cherish it, be thankful for it, and live it. Let’s go!

Carla W.

Home Health

Continue to maximize my coping skills and help others do the same in order to embrace change and deal with unexpected events.

Alicia C.

Home Health

My 2020 career resolution is to gain more knowledge in all aspects, as well as more business relationships with hopes to potentially advance within our company sharing and working our mission.

Julie S.

Home Health

Lose 30lbs, eat better, and use my new Echelon bike at least 4 times per week.

Arleyne W.

Home Health

Always think about the word Team. No (I) in team! To step up & offer my happy, calming assistance in anyway I can when associates are stressed & maxed out in their work requirements.

Lori S.

Hospice

To make a difference in the lives of as many patients and families facing the end-of-life as possible and to positively impact the communities in which we live and work.

Wendy R.

Home Health

To focus on the People Pillar more than ever before with the goal of having a positive trickle-down effect on all Pillars!

Annmarie D.

Home Health

To complete my bachelor's degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies and apply to the MOT program.

Kelly B.

Home Office

To focus more on myself and growth as a person. The more I love myself and the more empathy I show myself, it will come naturally to just spread the love and compassion around to others.

Teresa P.

Home Health

To offer my 20 plus years of Medical Office experiences to this group.

Kristie G.

Home Office

2020 = Perfect Vision, my goal is to see clearly, God's plan and blessings for my life and live each day to its fullest with love, faith, hope, grace, mercy, peace, understanding, health, & prosperity.

Terri W.

Home Health

My focus is going to be on patient education. I am going to make sure when the patient leaves the hospital, they are very aware of our agency's name.

Constance G.

Hospice

My resolution is to become a better me, to try and become a better version of who I am at this moment, to make others want to be that person. I want to be more understanding to others needs.

Juliet W.

Hospice

Continue to touch and positively influence the lives of as many people as possible through education and compassion.

Cassandra C.

Hospice

Improved self-care. Hone my communication skills and develop leadership skills that benefit our team. And of course, more quality time with those I love!

Kasha S.

Hospice

My resolution for 2020 is to become a better me! I want to start making a positive difference in the lives of those around me.

Lori S.

Hospice

To make a difference in the lives of as many patients and families facing the end-of-life as possible and to positively affect the communities in which we live and work.

Chanelle G.

Hospice

I am striving for excellence in my care, my communications to patients, families and my team, in my documentation, the procedures I follow and the way I represent myself, my team and my company.

Joi D.

Hospice

My resolution is to understand I am doing my BEST for the patient/family. My focus is helping my patient's and family know they made hospice the right choice. My goal is satisfy what we are all about!

Meredith E.

Hospice

Always be a resource to referral partners, families and patients.

Krista V.

Home Health

Drink NO soda/pop and continue to avoid all social media.

Eileen S.

Home Health

I resolve to develop strong directors that have the patient in the center of all decisions made within their agency.

Brenna B.

Home Health

To be more present and maintain focus on what is most important.

Kim W.

Home Health

This year I'm planning on focusing on being more aware of the people around me & how I can make their life better. Sending cards, words of encouragement, hugs. In helping others I will be happier!

Arleyne W.

Home Health

My resolution: Always felt strong about Team word. No (I) in team! To step up & offer my happy, calming assistance in any way I can.


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