In 1975, Northeast Texas Health Services, Inc., (NETHS), was established by Joe and Jean Jordan. The company was awarded a contract to provide family care services to Medicaid recipients. This program began as a pilot project by the State of Texas in its effort to determine the cost effectiveness of utilizing a private company to provide in-home services. In the beginning, the company serviced five Texas counties. Over a 6-year period an additional eighteen counties were added. In 1980, Texas implemented Primary Home Care which broadened the scope of in-home services available to Medicaid recipients. Jordan was on the cutting edge of a program that today provides care to literally thousands of frail, elderly citizens of the State of Texas.
Joe and Jean Jordan went on to form Jordan Health Services, Inc. ("Jordan"), which paralleled the services provided by NETHS. Following the death of Joe in 1986, the three Jordan children, Dale, Mike, and Miki, took an active role in the management of the organization. Jordan continued to expand its service area and the variety of its home care programs with the acquisition of Chartwell Community Services in 2007. In 2010, Jordan was acquired by Palladium Equity Partners, which fueled another phase of significant growth for the organization. In addition to being contracted with the State of Texas to provide various Medicaid programs including primary home care, family care, community based alternatives, respite care, comprehensive care programs, and a medically dependent children's program, Jordan provides skilled care services to Medicare home health beneficiaries and pediatric patients, as well as hospice services with the acquisition of Cima Hospice. In 2013, Jordan acquired Health Care Innovations Private Services, the largest provider of Medicaid home health services and case management in Oklahoma and in December 2014, Jordan acquired PrimeCare Home Health, a leading home health services provider based in Louisiana. In the following years through 2017, Jordan continued to expand its geographic footprint, servicing patients across Texas and Louisiana with the acquisitions of several more home health and hospice providers including but not limited to Exceptional Home Care, Cooper Home Health, Excel Home Health, SimCor Home Care, and CareCycle Solutions and expanded into Missouri with the acquisition of Pyramid Home Health in 2018.
Currently, Jordan is strategically positioned to provide home healthcare in most counties throughout the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri and Texarkana, Arkansas. For a complete listing of our offices and service area, please go to the "LOCATIONS" tab at the top of this page.