Consolidated Health Services Rebranded as CHI Health at Home

Milford, OH – August 3, 2015 – Consolidated Health Services, overseeing the operations for home-based health services throughout the Tri-State and across the country, joined Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) to serve as CHI’s national home health provider in 2010. 

On July 1, 2015, Consolidated Health Services aligned its company name and brand identity to match Catholic Health Initiatives.  CHI Health at Home represents the umbrella company uniting each of their unique home health services: home care and staffing, hospice, home infusion therapy, home medical equipment, and medical transportation. 

“As the landscape of health care continues to change, we now have a strong, integrated and efficient brand platform to reflect the many ways in which we are evolving as an organization, now and into the future,” said, Dan Dietz, President and CEO of CHI Health at Home.

From humble beginning in 1976 as American Nursing Care, CHI Health at Home, based out of Milford, OH, continues to provide the best quality and comprehensive home-based services to the communities they serve nationwide. With over 70 locations throughout nine states, CHI Health at Home remains committed to providing quality, affordable care for every patient they serve.

While the name is changing, their mission remains the same: to exceed the expectations of our customers, associates, and shareholders in the delivery of health care and support services in a way that a caring family provides.  

Through their local agencies, American Mercy Home Care (Norwood, OH), St. Elizabeth Home Care (Florence, KY), Patient Transport Services (Loveland, OH), CornerStone Medical Services (Blue Ash, OH), and AmeriMed Infusion, Inc. (West Chester, OH), as well as the other 65 locations nationwide, CHI Health at Home serve thousands of people every day and are proud to align their corporate identity to Catholic Health Initiatives and their ministry of care, serving patients across the country. 

Catholic Health Initiatives is one of the nation’s largest health systems operating in 18 states and comprises 93 hospitals, including four academic medical centers and teaching hospitals; 24 critical-access facilities; community health services organizations; accredited nursing colleges; home-health agencies; and other facilities that span the inpatient and outpatient continuum of care. To learn more about CHI, please visit