The acquisition became effective Jan. 1, according to a news release.
Interim HealthCare of Greenville provides home health, hospice, and personal care services across six Upstate counties. The company’s name will be changed to Interim HealthCare of the Upstate, but local leadership will remain the same.
Charyl Schroeder will continue as CEO and member of the board of directors, and Ray Schroeder will serve as a consultant for Interim HealthCare.
“We believe that Interim HealthCare and Hospice has built their leadership position in the health-care market by innovating, providing exceptional service and care, and maintaining strong relationships within the community they serve,” said Chris Lupo, manager of InvestSouth. “We feel strongly in the value proposition of home health as the lowest-cost setting for providing many health-care services and fulfilling people’s desires to be treated at home whenever possible. Having had a parent requiring personal care services and then Interim Hospice for the past year, I fully appreciate the need for these services and the difference it makes in people’s lives.”