September 20, 2012


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September 19, tadalafil 2012St. Petersburg, viagra Florida – Bayshore Home Care, formerly Bayshore Health and Homemaker Services Inc., announces it is rebranding as Bayshore Home Care. The rebranding initiativeincludes a new name, an updated logo, and a redesigned website.

The refreshed brand identity and new positioning of Bayshore Home Care better reflects the professional and experienced care provided to patients and clients. The new logo, name, and website also highlight the company’s core focus, exceptional home care and independent living.

“I am proud that for over 26 years Bayshore Home Care has provided exceptional care to the Tampa Bay community” said, Suzanne Atkinson Johnson, owner and administrator, “The changes that we’re making will allow us to continue our family legacy for many more years.”

Todd Atkinson, CFO, “It’s exciting to announce an updated identity. It now reflects the vitality and compassion our family has cultivated over the last 26 years, along with a vision for the future.”

To accompany Bayshore’s new revitalized identity, the company has also upgraded its website. The new site serves as an informational resource for those in need of home care, and focuses on what the company calls “Independence by your design” – a philosophy that factors-in the many facets of a patient’s life. Their specific mental, physical and emotional needs.

Bayshore Home Care is a fully licensed (HHA21174095), bonded and insured home health agency providing premium home health services to Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough counties. This family owned and operated company has been serving the Tampa Bay Area since 1986. Named St. Petersburg Times 2011 and 2012 Top Workplaces in Tampa Bay, Bayshore has 4 offices in the area and over 200 employees including full-time registered nurses, home health aides, field nurses and administrative staff. The company’s services range from homemaker/companion services, nurse advocate services, geriatric care management, and home health care. For more information, visit


Lauren Gavrelis, Senior Account Executive



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