On Thursday, July 17th, Phoenix Home Care was awarded the Economic Impact Award by the Springfield Business Journal for the 2nd year in a row in the category of businesses 1-5 years old. The goal of this award is to recognize local economic impact from throughout each company’s history. While our flagship is Springfield, MO, it is through the growth and success of each of our company’s locations that we are able to make the impacts that we do within the communities we serve.
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According to Phil Melugin, President and Co-owner, “Last year we annualized at $16 million. Now, we’re annualizing at $23 million… It’s been an explosion of service, and we have been well received in the communities we serve and we’ve identified needs and how we can meet those needs, so consequently, those communities we’re serving in have embraced what we have to offer.”
About Phoenix Home Care:
Phoenix Home Care was born from a true desire to improve the quality of life for those we serve. Each of our leaders has experienced the need for home care for our own loved ones. Each knows what truly matters. Each understands the fears that accompany uncertainty. We strive to help others to rise above and find their New Beginning within life’s challenges.
The mission of Phoenix Home Care is to offer new beginnings and meaningful opportunities to caregivers and clinicians while providing home care services to our clients built on innovation, skill and Christ-like values of compassion, honesty and patience.
Phoenix provides Home Health Care services to those who desire to remain independent at home. Phoenix provides acute Skilled Nursing through Home Health Services; Private Duty Nursing to Children with Special Needs; Private Duty Care Services such as nursing, nurse-aide or companion level assistance with activities of daily living from a few hours a day to around-the-clock care; State funded In-home Services (homemaker chores, errands and shopping, personal care, education, medication set-ups and reminders; and Consumer Directed Services where Phoenix serves as a state vendor to provide administrative support services. Services are offered in Missouri in Greater Springfield and Branson, Kansas City, Columbia, Southeast Missouri, and St. Louis. Additionally, PHC has an office in Wichita, Kansas, and has recently announced an expansion into southwest Colorado.