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About Graham Healthcare Group

Our excellent track record, aspirational focus, and peerless leaders warrant our storied name.

Our 86 year history of family leadership, long-term investment, and corporate citizenship make Graham the ideal Health System partner.

Our Mission

Graham Healthcare Group’s mission is to be the recognized market leader in homecare, palliative and hospice services.

  • Fostering a culture of growth, excellence, accountability and efficiency;
  • Being an employer-of-choice that attracts and empowers an exceptional workforce;
  • Focusing our offerings on the dynamic needs of our constituents – patients, caregivers, family members, physicians and other providers across the healthcare continuum;
  • Integrating impactful and innovative solutions to improve our constituents’ service experience; and
  • Ensuring full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

Core Values

At Graham Healthcare Group, we are governed by the following core values in dealing with one another, our patients, their families and caregivers, our partners, customers, and vendors.

  • Treating everyone with respect and encouraging an environment where everyone’s input and views are welcomed to improve our companies;
  • Continuously looking to innovate across every dimension of our business, not only for the necessary “faster, better, cheaper,” but also in creating a work environment, corporate culture, brand and reputation in the marketplace that generates affinity and loyalty;
  • Promoting a collaborative approach to growing the business where the traditional silos (e.g. sales vs. operations) are discouraged, multi-disciplinary teams are routinely formed to tackle business issues, and our customers view us as an extension of their team;
  • Encouraging the Residential workforce to have the confidence that they are empowered to take initiative, make decisions, and lead within their sphere of responsibility and influence.

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Our executive team focuses on building a culture of excellence to support the specific, even changing, needs of our patients. Our team of incredibly experienced and passionate people know how to take care of patients at home.

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1946

Meyer appointed 1st president of International Bank for Reconstruction & Development by President Truman. Philip L. Graham, Meyer’s son-in-law, becomes Publisher.

1947

The Washington Post Co. incorporated.

1948

Diversification begins with purchase of WTOP Radio. Graham continued to invest in next 10 years: $6M Newspaper plant, Acquisition of multiple TV Stations.

1963

Katharine Graham, Eugene Meyer’s daughter, became president of The Washington Post Company following the death of her husband, Philip Graham. Continued investment & expansion of Media business under Katharine’s leadership.

1973

Katharine Graham appointed Chairman of the Board.

1976

Donald Graham, Katharine’s son, appointed EVP, General Manager The Washington Post.

1979

Donald Graham becomes Publisher of The Post.

1984

Expansion into Education with acquisition of Kaplan Education Centers.

1986

Cable added to Media portfolio.

1993

Donald Graham appointed Chairman of the Board. Katherine continues leadership on Executive Committee.

1996

Media vertical expands to Digital.

1998

Significant investment in Education expansion into International Markets, Post-secondary Education, Law School.

2012

Expansion into Healthcare with acquisition of Celtic Healthcare. Expansion into Manufacturing.

2014

Timothy O’Shaughnessy, Donald Graham’s son-in-law, named President. Continued investment in Healthcare & Manufacturing.

2014

Graham Healthcare Capital launched as platform for investment in innovation. Continued investment in Healthcare through acquisition & partnership.
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