Take Care’s Company Values
Throughout our company’s 27 years, we have been blessed to intentionally work with individuals who share a common set of values.Our founder exhibited these guiding principles since day one and we believe our clients feel - because our team members continue to live by - these beliefs every single day. Here are just a few values that are vital to Take Care’s company and culture.
- Gratitude - Feeling appreciated and showing appreciation is valued and practiced here.
- Learning – We focus on teaching and training as avid supporters of continuous improvement, professional development and life-long learning.
- Leadership – We are continuously guiding and motivating each other, actively serving as and seeking mentors within our company and community. (We are also lucky enough to work closely with Take Care’s founder and CEO Susanne S. Wise, RN, MBA – who provides daily inspiration as a dedicated, hands-on leader!)
- Communication – You can always talk to anyone at Take Care. It’s vital that we communicate proactively, listen intently and are accessible to each other internally, in addition to our client families and care partners within the healthcare industry.
- Integrity – The moral character of our team members and company is paramount.
- Accountability – A high level of personal responsibility and attention to detail is medically necessary in our business. You can trust the Take Care team to treat your home like our home, and your loved ones like our own loved ones.
- Caring – This one seems obvious, but it’s important to recognize that Take Care truly is a company that cares about its team, clients and community.
- Family - Take Care remains a local, family business and continues to operate with a focus on everyone’s family priorities and well-being.
We realize references of “family” have become cliché in the business world today, but it would be impossible to explain Take Care’s values without an authentic focus on family. When Sue founded the company in 1995, she did so with the full support of her own family, and today this work continues with and because of her own family and so many others. We mean it when we say, “Our family wants to care for your family.”