Our Name Is Our Mission

Our Name Is Our Mission

Great Lakes Caring

Caring: At our core, it is what we do every day. It is our passion. It is in the heart of every Great Lakes Caring team member. Whether we are answering a simple question or providing a complex medical treatment, caring is at the heart of every aspect of our company. It starts with our name, and it ends with our mission.

Caring for Our Patients

We strive to provide our patients with superior quality home health and hospice care, as well as home medical equipment services wherever they call home. By implementing new care programs and advanced technologies, we continue to innovate the way we provide this care and assure that it remains of the highest quality.

Caring for Our Referral Sources

We allow the physicians, discharge planners, case managers, nursing directors and other primary care providers who entrust us with the care of their patients to rest easy by providing our patients with superior quality care while treating them with the utmost compassion and respect.

Caring for Our Partners

Over the last two decades, Great Lakes Caring has seen, and continues to see, incredible growth. We now provide exceptional care services to more than 6,000 patients across the Midwest and employ more than 2,000 dedicated health care professionals. This assures our vendors and other industry partners that we will continue to move forward and grow, helping support their own companies by utilizing their services.

Caring for Our Own

One major key to our success is the hard work, compassion and dedication exhibited by our family of Great Lakes Caring health care professionals. They are our most important and treasured assets. We reinforce this notion by fostering a higher quality work environment with competitive benefits, greater career security, new areas for their professional growth and the opportunity to create treasured relationships with the very special patients for whom we will care.


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