Guardian Angel Home Health Care, Inc was started by Lori Hadlock and the late, Mary Alyce Cullop in January of 1997. The two business owners were both long-time registered nurses in the community that shared high standards of care for their patients. It had been a long-time dream of theirs to open an agency that focused on quality patient care that provided a stable work environment for local dependable care givers and give the communities of KnoxCounty a hometown choice for their health care. On June 13, 1999, Mary Alyce Cullop was killed in an automobile accident. Lori Hadlock and the surviving Cullop family decided to carry on the dream of Guardian Angel Home Health Care, Inc. and the business has remained under the ownership of these families since.
Our mission at Guardian Angel Home Health Care, Inc. is to provide the very best quality and dependable health care service with professionalism and love to members of our community and neighboring communities. Our goal is to fulfill the needs of our community by providing quality and a variety of health care individualized services.
The dedication of Guardian Angel Home Health Care, Inc., is to the optimum levels of honesty and professionalism. Guardian Angel Home Health Care, Inc., strives for our
employees to be insured of the opportunity for personal and professional growth, job security, and the ability to share and enjoy the success of the company.
Guardian Angel Home Health Care is an EOE employer and a non – discriminatory provider.
Our motto is: “Your Care is our Business.”
Privacy Practices for Protected Health Information
WHY GUARDIAN ANGEL?
The concept of the name of Guardian Angel is from: Psalms 91:11
“For He shall give his Angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways.”
The angel logo is dedicated to the memory of our loved ones in our Guardian Angel family: Mary Alyce Cullop, John Hadlock, and John Connor Emmel (who died of S.I.D.S. at the tender age of four months)
The Guardian Angel Logo was created by a client, Jean Doyle who is also the mother of employee Karen Doyle, R.N, Case Manager.