Frequently Asked Questions About the GHC Hospice Acquisition

Why did Agape Care Group decide to acquire GHC Hospice?

Agape Care Group continues to grow its presence across the Southeast region. The acquisition of GHC Hospice, along with recent acquisitions of Lanier Hospice in Georgia and Hospice of the Carolina Foothills in North Carolina earlier this year, expands Agape Care Group’s coverage across three states and deeper into rural areas of the region. 

How will this combined organization benefit patients and the community?

We decided to take this step forward to enhance our ability to respond to our patients’ needs, capitalizing on the talent and connections of each organization. This new partnership will increase patient access to hospice and palliative care in rural areas that are often underserved. 

Who is on the leadership team?

The Agape Care leadership team will lead the combined organization.

  • Chief Executive Officer – Troy Yarborough
  • Chief Technology & Innovation Officer – Carry vandenMaagdenberg
  • Chief Operations Officer – Matt Winer
  • Chief Financial Officer– Jason Gerard
  • Chief Compliance Officer – Pamela Duncan
  • Medical Officer – Dr. Tiffany Richter

These executives’ biographies can be found on our website:

What is the new name of the combined organization?

In the near term, the entities will continue to operate as GHC Hospice and Agape Care Group.

Will there be any changes or disruptions to patient care?

There will not be any disruptions to patient care. Patients will continue to receive excellent care from our team, and we plan to enhance our care options as well.

Who do we go to with questions/concerns?

We have established an email address for any additional questions:

In which counties in Georgia and South Carolina does the newly combined organization provide care?

Please see this map that highlights the areas of the Southeast that the Agape Care Group family of brands serves: