By Any Other Name: Synergy Home Health is NOW Enliven Home Health

Extraordinary Care. Everyday.

We couldn’t be more excited! Synergy Home Health is now officially Enliven Home Health. Our new name reflects the company’s mission, vision and values toward the provision of home care to the geriatric population. Enliven Home Health, OH is a 5-STAR CHAP accredited home care provider. We are collective proud of this outstanding Team and their everyday commitment to the highest quality service and communication levels in the market!

Enliven Home Health, Ohio is the first of three locations – sister agencies in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Brian C. Goode, CEO, explained that the new name reflects the energy, evolving focus and standards of the company, adding, “one of our fundamental strategies is to enable our staff to focus more on patient care… the new name captures the essence, spirit, and reason for focusing on the patient and partners in care community.” Enliven centers its business on core values — passion, communication, integrity, collaboration, and a fierce desire to do good for the geriatric population.

Brian has over 25 years of senior management and executive leadership experience directly related to Certified Home Health, Assisted Living and Independent Living markets. One of Brian’s primary operating strategies is to employ experienced, extraordinary team members who share his passion for excellence in geriatric home care with a special focus on customized care and CORE Programs that meet the specialized needs of each individual client and their family.

Nicole Speakman, Administrator-Ohio says that Enliven (formerly Synergy) differentiates itself from the rest of the market “by customizing our care and programs to meet the distinct and ever-changing needs of our partners in care with a focus on extraordinary customer service and communication”. Nicole goes on to say, “people are often overwhelmed and are not sure how to best navigate the healthcare environment—we pride ourselves on being a resource to help eliminate some of the stress the client and the family experience during a challenging and vulnerable time.”

Posted: October 14, 2018 in: Uncategorized