SUNRISE, FL — September 6, 2018
– Interim HealthCare Inc.
, a leading national franchisor of home care, hospice and healthcare staffing, today announced the appointment of Tracy Clark to Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Interim HealthCare Inc.
Tracy joined the company in 2017 as Senior Vice President of Operations and Sales, where he drove multiple efforts resulting in operational improvements, owner acquisition support and product line expansion. In his role as COO, he will continue to identify, operationalize and drive strategic key initiatives amongst the Interim HealthCare network to position the company for continued growth and success.
“With Tracy’s vast expertise, history and knowledge of our industry, we are confident that he will be able to deliver stronger partnerships, better alignment and improved communications and support to our franchisees,” said Larry Kraska, Interim HealthCare Inc. CEO and President.
Tracy brings over 25 years of health management experience in the fields of outpatient physical rehabilitation, orthopedic physician practice management, ambulatory surgery center development and home health. He previously held positions as president and principal at Triple Threat Management, as CEO at Family Private Care and Ambassador Health Services, and as executive vice president at OMNI Home Care.
“I am excited to continue my work with Interim HealthCare Inc. during a time when the need for home healthcare is rapidly expanding,” said Clark. “My commitment remains strong in working in tandem with our franchise owners to best support business line development and growth.”
About Interim HealthCare Inc.
Interim HealthCare Inc., founded in 1966, is a leading national franchisor of home care, hospice and healthcare staffing. It is part of Caring Brands International, which also includes UK-based Bluebird Care and Australia-based Just Better Care, both well-known franchise brands in their countries. With more than 530 franchise locations in seven countries, Caring Brands International is a global health care leader.
Interim HealthCare in the United States is unique in combining the commitment of local ownership with the support of a national organization that develops innovative programs and quality standards that improve the delivery of service. Franchisees employ nurses, therapists, aides, companions and other healthcare professionals who provide 25 million hours of home care service to 190,000 people each year, meeting a variety of home health, senior care, hospice, palliative care, pediatric care and healthcare staffing needs. For more information or to locate an Interim HealthCare office, visit www.interimhealthcare.com
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