Spending 45 minutes to an hour with each patient was immensely rewarding. Recognizing my dedication, I was offered an area manager position at CNA, propelling me into administration roles across a couple of companies. However, I sensed opportunities for improvement and transitioned into strategic planning until 2006.
In consultation with my wife Lisa, a nurse, we decided to re-enter healthcare from the ground floor. On November 1st, 2006, we bid farewell to working for others and launched The PrimRose Homecare & Hospice. My love for helping people stay at home persisted, allowing me to extend care to my scout leader, friends, and neighbors. When they reach out to us, they receive personalized concierge service—a testament to the genuine enjoyment I find in my work.