Covenant Care is opening offices throughout Florida and is now serving patients in the Tampa Bay and Polk County areas. The organization, headquartered in Pensacola, Florida, will be the first not-for-profit provider of home health services to the entire state, as well as providing hospice care in 18 of Florida’s 67 counties.
“We’re so excited Covenant Care is now serving the Tampa Bay area and building upon the excellent care our team has provided patients for more than 36 years,” said Jeff Mislevy, Covenant Care President & CEO. “We’re opening a headquarters in Brandon and are committed to providing hometown care with caregivers who live right here in our communities.”
Covenant Care Home Health Care has a 4.5-star quality rating by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) and provides skilled nursing, home health aides and social services along with physical, occupational and speech therapy.
“Our team is consistently recognized for the high quality of care we provide,” said Mislevy. “As a nonprofit, we simply are able to do more and it shows through the additional services we provide through our Foundation and the generosity of the communities we serve. More and more, patients want to be cared for in the comfort of their own home — Covenant Care nurses, home care aides, therapists, social workers and other providers have proven they make a remarkable difference for patients and families they serve.”
Covenant Care’s office in Brandon will also serve as a state headquarters and will support locations in Gainesville, St. Petersburg, Brandon and Altamonte Springs and soon Fort Myers, Jacksonville and Port St. Lucie.
“We’re delighted with the warm welcome we’ve received and are ready to support and work side by side with our communities to help care for their patients at home,” said Mislevy.