Avila Partnering with LifeBridge Health and GBMC/Gilchrist

Avila Home Care is excited to announce their new partnership with LifeBridge Health and GBMC/Gilchrist.  LifeBridge Health and GBMC/Gilchrist are two of the leading medical systems in the Mid-Atlantic region.  By partnering with Avila, these respected health care systems will be able to provide a more seamless continuum of care for their patients and allow their patients the opportunity to receive quality care in the comfort of their own homes.

Of the partnership, Cathy Hamel, President of Gilchrist, said, “GBMC and Gilchrist are partnering with Avila because we know their commitment to high-quality, person-centered care is aligned with the values and service commitments that we adhere to daily. More and more people are struggling to find the help they need for their loved ones, and we are grateful to have the Avila team as part of the GBMC/Gilchrist family.”

Danny O’Brien, President and CEO of Avila Home Care, remarked upon the nature of the partnership, “We understand the needs of the elderly and the wonderful people who care for them and we are excited to work with LifeBridge and GBMC/Gilchrist to help seniors thrive in the homes they love.  By partnering together, we can help people easily access the care they need and, in many cases, bring that care right into their homes.  We are honored to partner with LifeBridge and GBMC/Gilchrist to provide high-quality, compassionate care.”

Avila Home Care looks forward to the opportunity to work with two such respected healthcare systems in order to provide comprehensive at-home care for elderly and hospice patients. To learn more about Avila Home Care and their commitment to compassionate care, click here.

 

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