Chamber Welcomes EPIC Health Services

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe, CCGM President Angela Dorey & CCGM Vice President Terri Favata, CCGM Board Members Luanne Holland and Heather Pleasants and friends and family recently celebrated a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Celebration for EPIC Health Services, located at 991 N. DuPont Blvd. in Milford

Epic Health Services is a leading provider of pediatric skilled nursing, therapy, autism services. As well as spectrum of adult home healthcare services, including skilled nursing, therapy, personal care, and behavioral health nursing. By maintaining a precise focus on quality care and extraordinary service, Epic continues to grow and serve more patients across the United States. Today, Epic provides care to medically fragile children and adults in 12 states.

 

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Photo Attached: (L to R): Misty Hardy, EPIC Health Services Client Service Supervisor; CCGM Board Member Heather Pleasants; CCGM President Angela Dorey; Joyce Wedderburn, EPIC Health Services Clinical Supervisor; Megan Derry, EPIC Health Services Client Service Manager; CCGM Vice President Terri Favata; Betty Bosack, EPIC Health Services Clinical Supervisor; Pamela Carrow, EPIC Health Services Operations Specialist; CCGM Board Member Luanne Holland; Sue Post, EPIC Health Services Client Relations Director; Mayor Bryan Shupe.

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