United HomeCare® (UHC) has been awarded Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Lead Agency Designation to serve older adults in Miami-Dade County for the next six years.
The highest ranking reaffirms the value proposition that UHC brings to Miami-Dade County and Florida’s taxpayers.
“It is an honor to receive the highest ranking in this highly competitive process which reaffirms the best-in-class services, level of compliance, and value that UHC brings to our clients, older adults, disabled adults, and family caregivers, and value proposition we bring to our community stakeholders and partners,” said Carlos L. Martinez, UHC President and CEO.
The CCE Act was created by the Florida Legislature in 1979 to assist functionally impaired elderly persons to live dignified and independent lives in their own homes.
United HomeCare® has been the longest standing Lead Agency in Miami-Dade County and is considered the top client choice by consumers as confirmed by its market leadership.
“This re-designation is a great way to celebrate our 50th anniversary serving older adults in South Florida,” said Michelle Barton King, Esq., UHC Chairperson of the Board.
About United HomeCare®
United HomeCare® (UHC) is nonprofit home health and community care organization and trusted industry leader serving Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Broward counties. UHC is CHAP accredited and delivers comprehensive services through its 1,100-employee workforce of healthcare professionals and extensive network of credentialed providers. UHC is a Designated Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Case Management Lead Agency and Managed Long Term Care Home Care Services Provider that holds a market leadership position in Miami-Dade County since 1973.
For more information about United HomeCare® call (305) 716-0710 or visit website: unitedhomecare.com. Follow us on Facebook @UnitedHomeCareMiami and Twitter @UnitedHomeCare1.