Executive Care Poised for Record Growth in 2017
Executive Care, one of the nation’s leading providers of skilled home health care, is on track to achieve record growth in 2017, bolstered by franchise agreements in new markets across the country.
Executive Care has experienced 40 percent unit growth over the past year and an impressive 250 percent unit growth over the last three years. With 12 offices open and operating in nine states, and nine more in various stages of development in New Jersey, Washington, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and California, Executive Care plans to open as many as 10 new offices this year alone. Each individual office will create 50-60 part-time and full-time jobs in its respective local economy during the first year of operations.
“This is certainly a testament to the brand’s appeal and potential. People from all walks of life approach us about the franchise opportunity as it’s becoming increasingly apparent that home health care is a booming industry,” said Lenny Verkhoglaz, co-founder and CEO of Executive Care. “Our staggering growth over the last three years speaks volumes about our dedicated franchisees and their hard-working staffs.”
Founded by Lenny Verkhoglaz and Mila Feldman, Executive Care provides a full range of medical and non-medical home care services for individuals and families to help them remain independent and stay in their home. Services range from companionship and help with meal preparation and household chores to help with bathing, personal hygiene and personal care. Executive Care also serves individuals recovering from illness, injury or surgery.
“Home health care is not a scary business. On the contrary, it’s an extremely rewarding business that allows franchisees to touch people’s lives and to be of service to others. Our aim is to ease the burden of family members and provide outstanding, compassionate care to all clients,” added Verkhoglaz.
Executive Care takes an individual approach to training and support to meet one’s individual needs. Executive Care’s proven training program is conducted both in the classroom and in an operating Executive Care office. This allows for a practical and hands-on experience. The company requires all prospective caregivers to undergo an intensive pre-employment screening process, including a criminal background investigation, verification of references and an employment history check.