Interim HealthCare Inc., founded in 1966, was originally called Medical Personnel Pool. It was a division of Labor Pool of America, which was founded in 1946. The name was changed to Interim in 1992 to allow the company to operate diverse lines of business under one banner and also more adequately reflect the services provided at that time. Today, the Interim HealthCare brand encompasses home care, hospice and health care staffing services.
Founded in 1966, Interim is the nation’s oldest health care franchise company and it has relied on its franchisees to play a major role in its success. Today, Interim remains committed to expanding its network of franchised offices throughout the US.
Interim Offers Home Care/Medical Staffing and Hospice Franchises
Interim HealthCare is unique in having franchise offerings that span the entire continuum of care and provide the greatest opportunity for meeting the needs of the growing elderly population.
One hundred percent of the Interim HealthCare network of more than 300 home care, health care staffing and hospice franchise locations are owned and operated by independent businessmen and women. Franchisees quickly become part of the Interim HealthCare franchise family. And it's a family that has one of the highest records of stability in the industry. Collectively, the average franchisee tenure is more than 18 years and many have become second and third generation franchisees.
Interim HealthCare franchisees combine their entrepreneurial skills with Interim HealthCare's proprietary systems, policies and procedures. In addition, Interim's franchise support team has professionals with decades of experience in sales, marketing, operations, training, human resources and more. It is a winning combination that has translated into long-term success and personal satisfaction.
Franchisees Benefit from Decades of Home Care, Health Care Staffing and Hospice Experience
Interim HealthCare is the only home care franchise organization that has nearly five decades of experience in all aspects of the continuum of care including personal (non-medical) care and support, healthcare staffing, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursed nursing, therapy and home health aide services and hospice. Over the company's nearly 50 years, it has developed a network of franchisees who provide diverse services to meet the needs of their local communities. 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.