Home Health Care News March 22, 2023
Andrew Donlan

PurposeCare – a relatively new and quickly growing home-based care provider – has acquired the St. Joseph Michigan-based Home Sweet Home In-Home Care.

Backed by Lorient Capital, PurposeCare is a provider of both clinical and non-clinical home-based care. Since it launched in 2021, the company has grown through the acquisitions of other home-based care providers across the Midwest.

“We want to build depth and density in the markets we’re in, that’s our strategy,” PurposeCare CEO Rich Keller told Home Health Care News. “We see a market for providing care to [this population], the vast majority of which are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. This is about building a comprehensive delivery system for those people.”

The Chicago-based PurposeCare cares for...

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