Home Care Delivered, Inc. (HCD), a leading provider of insurance-covered medical supplies for people with chronic health conditions, is pleased to announce it has earned a 2022 Top Workplaces Award from the Richmond Times-Dispatch as well as 11 additional culture awards.
If you are like most people with a chronic condition, such as Diabetes or Crohn’s disease, you seek out the very best doctors, treatments, and supplies, and work hard to make sure you get the best care possible. However, there is one other necessity people with chronic conditions need and many of them have never thought about: The support of a caring community.
Everyone has some stress. It’s a part of life. But if you’re one of the more than 34 million Americans living with diabetes, you’ll need to be aware of how stress affects your blood sugar status. Today on the blog we address the connection between diabetes and stress, including a condition known as diabetes distress.
Do you get overwhelmed at the dizzying array of choices in the cereal aisle of your grocery store? If so, choosing incontinence products may leave you with the same oh-my-goodness reaction. Not to worry. We’re here to help you sort through the options and choose the products that are right for you, or for someone you care for.
Home Care Delivered Acquires United Medical Providers to Accelerate Growth in Strategic Urology Segment
Home Care Delivered, Inc. (“HCD”), a provider of insurance-covered medical supplies for more than 25 years, announced today its acquisition of United Medical Providers, Inc. (“UMP”), a Louisiana-based provider of urological supplies. The acquisition is effective immediately and financial terms were not disclosed.
Richmond, VA (April 2022) Home Care Delivered, Inc. (HCD) a leading provider of insurance-covered medical supplies for people with chronic health conditions is pleased to welcome Lowell Price to the company’s Senior Leadership Team as the Senior Vice President of Business Development and Chief Growth Officer.
Does this sound familiar?
You’ve experienced a few urine leaks, maybe even an embarrassing moment or two. You shrug it off, assuming it’s something that just happens. Over time, the word “incontinence” slowly enters your mind.