Care in the comfort of home

Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care® provides high quality clinical home care to medically fragile children.

Thrive provides care to children who most need it, in the place that is best for them and their families – their home. Our goal is to be the provider of choice for parents, doctors, and referral sources, as well as the employer of choice for in-home clinical care providers.

The highest quality care for the best possible outcomes

What makes Thrive different is that we are built and managed around a core belief that our business is nothing more than people working with people to care for people. Our attention is focused on our patients, their families, and our team members. Working collaboratively, we can ensure our patients and families receive the highest level of care and service, provided with compassion and kindness.


People Development

As a health care services provider, we recognize that our people are our greatest asset. In fact, one of our strategic goals is to be the employer of choice in the pediatric home health care business. We take an integrated approach to achieve this goal. We offer comprehensive employee benefits. We also have best-in-class training and development programs focused on the continued learning, enrichment and growth of our team members.  

Healthy Organization

At Thrive, we have an enduring purpose, and we align our business strategies, policies, and procedures to our purpose. We strive to create a climate that inspires and motivates our team members through the provision of organizational clarity, cohesive leadership teams, strong communications practices, and human systems designed to cultivate leadership throughout the organization. We believe deeply that inspired and motivated team members are more passionate about the work they do.

Quality Patient Care

Quality care and service does not just happen. It is the result of a relentless pursuit of excellence in health care every day with every patient. The critical component to measuring quality is the outcome of the care provided. The outcomes that are achieved must be those intended, and they must be achieved consistently and predictably, which requires structure and process. We have the structure and processes required to ensure quality care, including accreditation, comprehensive patient records, credentialing and privileging, care protocols and guidelines, peer review and quality assurance, and continuing education.