Interim HealthCare, a provider of home health, hospice, and personal care services in South Carolina, recently welcomed Beth Landry as CEO.
Landry’s values align with the company’s mission and core values and her extensive healthcare experience perfectly positions her to elevate the quality of care given to Interim’s 19,000-plus patients served annually, a news release stated.
“Beth’s 30+ years’ experience in health hcare, as well as her passion for patient care, excites us and we look forward to seeing the meaningful impact she will have on our employees, patients, and community,” said Chris Lupo, one of the owners of Interim HealthCare of the Upstate and Midlands, said in the release. “She has tremendous experience as an executive and a deep understanding of the patient experience, which she developed during her time as a practicing physical therapist. She is poised to elevate Interim HealthCare and lead expansion across the state of South Carolina.”
Landry has expertise in fueling growth, diversification and operational turnarounds, including de novo development, mergers and acquisitions, multi-state geographic expansion and new program development, the release stated. Her career includes roles such as chief operating officer of Caregiver Inc., senior vice president of operations at Seniorlink, president of Harden Healthcare’s MBS Rehab, vice president of Aegis Therapies, and vice president of Gentiva Specialties/ Rehab Without Walls, among others.
In her roles, she has not only created double-digit revenue growth but also successfully launched new programs and built teams from the ground up in challenging markets, the release stated. She has extensive experience in leveraging people, technology, and clinical protocols to drive performance improvement and build award-winning models of care.
“Interim HealthCare has an exceptional reputation and it’s clear their success is largely due to the unique company culture, and I am excited to have the opportunity to join the Interim family. The team is second to none and displays an unwavering commitment to delivering the highest quality care with the utmost compassion,” said Landry in the release. “I look forward to supporting the incredible work that they do and propelling the company forward to serve more people in South Carolina who need our expertise and care.”
Interim HealthCare offers the full continuum of care— home health, hospice, and personal care services and prides itself on providing comprehensive medical solutions and teaching patients to manage their health so that they may have the highest quality of life, the release stated. Interim HealthCare expanded to the Midlands in 2021 after serving the Upstate for more than 40 years.
In addition to 10 counties in the Upstate region, the company now also serves Richland, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg and Calhoun counties. While locally owned and operated, the organization is part of the national Interim HealthCare network of more than 400 locations.s