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Home Services Unlimited Acquires Foster Healthcare

Home Services Unlimited Indianapolis

Home Services Unlimited Indianapolis

New agreement merges clinicians and operations to provide expanded services to patients April 25, 2019, 10 am Eastern Standard Time.

Indianapolis, IN – Home Services Unlimited, a Medicare & Medicaid certified home health agency serving Central Indiana for over 20 years has acquired staff and assets of Foster Healthcare, which has served the same Central Indiana market for over ten years. All Foster Healthcare clinicians and field staff will be hired by Home Services Unlimited (HSU) and will continue to serve their current patients to provide continuity of care.

“We are happy to welcome the Foster’s staff to our family and we are excited to expand services for our patients,” stated HSU President Etelka Froymovich. “Foster Healthcare has had an excellent reputation in the community, and they will make our team stronger.”

HSU is licensed by the State of Indiana and accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP). For more information about Home Services Unlimited, visit http://www.HSUcares.com

 

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Todd Stallings (317)471-0760
tstallings@ekfmanagement.com

 

 

If you or an aging loved-one are considering Home Care in Indianapolis, IN, please call the caring staff at Home Services Unlimited. Serving Greater Indianapolis Area. Call for Immediate Info & Assistance: (317) 471-0760

Etelka Froymovich, RN, MHA

Owner & Founder at Home Services Unlimited
Etelka Froymovich founded Home Services Unlimited in 1997
As a practicing Registered Nurse, Etelka was keenly aware of a void in quality patient care that could be provided in the home. She embarked upon a journey to develop a home health care agency that would exceed all expectations and become a trusted partner to physicians and patients.

A Distinguished Career From Nurse to Director of Nursing to President of Home Services Unlimited

Etelka’s distinguished career followed a logical progression to her position as President of Home Services Unlimited. She graduated as a nurse practitioner with a Bachelor of Nursing (RN) in 1972 from Meshgorya University in the Ukraine, close to where she lived with her family. She married her husband Phil in 1973 and decided in 1977 that they would relocate to the United States to be closer to family and to come to this land of opportunity. With an eagerness to continue her budding career, Etelka sat for and passed her Boards in the U.S. in 1979.

A Love and Talent for Working with the Elderly

Etelka began her nursing career in the U.S. at Colonial Crest, now part of Golden Living, where she was the In-service Coordinator, the Director of Training and Education and Director of Nursing, a position she occupied for several years.

With a group of partners, she co-founded Adept Corporation, which operated group homes for the mentally challenged. The business was successful and in 1996, Etelka sold her share to return to her roots, caring for the elderly.

In January of 1997, Etelka opened Home Services Unlimited as a fully licensed business to provide home health care. In her quest to learn to do better for her patients, she had already obtained a Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA) in May of 1990 from the College of St. Francis. As President of Home Services Unlimited, Inc., Etelka guides the trusted, experienced care model Home Services Unlimited uses to continue providing excellent home health care.

Giving Back to the Community of Indianapolis

Volunteering for community services is a high priority for Etelka. Her memberships include the Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Executive Women in Health Care and the Indiana Association for Home and Hospice Care, where she is a member of the Board of Directors.

Etelka has also served on the Board of Directors with Hooverwood Home, a highly regarded geriatric facility, since 1997 and as the President for 2005-2006. Through her community work, she has received several awards and accolades, including the Nora McFarland award in 2002, from the Indiana Association of Home and Hospice Care.