Mission & Values

Passion about a company’s mission & values starts at the top. Meet our Leaders.

Our Mission

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

We do this by:

  • 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 our workforce to have the confidence that they are empowered to take initiative, make decisions, and lead within their sphere of responsibility and influence.

Passion about a company’s mission starts at the top.

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..

David Curtis

Chief Executive Officer of Graham Healthcare Group – Home Health

“We are an employer-of-choice that attracts and empowers an exceptional workforce.”

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David previously served as the President of Residential Home Health for over 13 years and as Chief Operating Officer of Graham Healthcare Group Home Health. He has overseen all aspects of the day-to-day operations as it has grown from $5 million in annual revenues to the largest home health care provider in the state of Michigan with operations in Illinois and Pennsylvania. David’s time is focused on ensuring all aspects of home health business for Residential Home Health, Allegheny Health Network Healthcare@Home, and Mary Free Bed At Home; he is on-point to ensure that the businesses are constantly growing, improving, innovating, and raising the bar in the marketplace and for our patients.

Prior to Residential, David was Managing Partner of Leland Partners, a consulting firm based in Bloomfield Hills with clients including General Motors, Philips Electronics, Syntel, Inc., The Kauffman Foundation, and Mt. Clemens General Hospital. -Prior to Leland, David was a Senior Principal with Diamond Technology Partners, a global consulting firm based in Chicago that advised Fortune 500 companies on business strategy and operations.

David graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics where he was a member of the varsity crew team. David earned his MBA with distinction from the University of Michigan.  David is married and the proud father of four children.

Justin DeWitte

Chief Executive Officer of Graham Healthcare Group – Hospice

“We focus our offerings on the dynamic needs of our constituents, family members, physicians, and other providers across the healthcare continuum.”

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Justin served as the President of Residential Hospice, the fastest-growing hospice provider in Michigan, from 2011 to 2016, and more recently Chief Operating Officer of Graham Healthcare Group Hospice. He has also overseen the business operation functions of Graham Healthcare Group, including finance, information technology, human resources, and marketing, as President of Graham Health Services. Justin oversees the day-to-day clinical, financial, and, administrative operations of Residential Hospice.

Previously, Justin was CEO at one of the five largest post-acute physician practices in the country until it was acquired by IPC, and he was the founder and president of a management consulting company serving CEOs and principals in healthcare and private equity.  In addition, Justin worked for Chrysler Corporation in the capacity of launching new vehicles and marketing. Justin holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois and graduated from the University of Michigan’s MBA program with high honors. Justin is married and the proud father of four children.

Pam Eulberg, RN, BS, MM and CHC*

Corporate Compliance Officer

“We fully support a Compliance and Ethics program that is supported by the senior levels of leadership and is deeply embedded within the company’s culture.”

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Pamela Eulberg, RN, is currently serving Graham Healthcare Group as a regulatory and compliance expert, completing appeals for home health claim denials and assisting with accreditation preparation. Prior to her current role, for 7 years Pam was the VP of Compliance and Quality for Residential Home Health Illinois, LLC.Pam completed her nursing education at Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital (part of Northwestern University), obtained a BS from University of St. Francis, and obtained a Master of Business Management degree from North Park University.

Throughout Pam’s nursing career, she has held various managerial positions in inpatient and outpatient areas. Pam has worked in home care since 1991, starting as a Supervisor and then promoted up to an agency Administrator. Prior to joining Residential, Pam worked as an Administrative Director for Edward Hospital with 13 cost centers, including home care, reporting to her. At Edward Hospital she was the co-Magnet Program Director for the hospital and was instrumental in achieving its first and second Magnet designation. In addition to overseeing the start-up of a home health agency for ServiceMaster Home Health, she has also provided oversight to the start-ups of a Urodynamics Clinic and Wound Care Clinic for Edward Hospital. As the Compliance Officer for Residential Home Health, she achieved certification in Health Care Compliance from the HealthCare Compliance Association and certification as a Nurse Manager and Leader from the American Organization of Nurse Executives. Pam has been an active member of the Illinois Organization of Nurse Leaders and the Illinois Home Care Council and has been both a poster presenter and a podium speaker for these organizations. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling with her husband and little dog in their motorhome, being a part of the liturgical writing team for her church, and designing and creating handmade quilts.

*CHC certification is pending a renewal.