The Story of All Heart Home Care begins in the early 1950s when Dr. B.F. Allred began his physician practice. He came from humble beginnings, raised in the hills of Middle Tennessee. It was in this era that Dr. Allred established a quality of care for his community in general practice with general surgery and obstetrics. Continuing in his dedication to his Practice, Dr. B.F. spent 50 years offering help to all those in need. He made house calls, hospital and nursing home rounds, worked in his daily clinic, performed surgeries, delivered more than 5,000 babies, and went home most every night to dinner, only to start over again serving the people of his area the next morning.
With this example set before them, Dr. Allred’s three children and six grandchildren have followed in his footsteps. They all continue to be a part of the healthcare industry today as healthcare professionals and managers alike. As part of the Allred Family’s desire to bring the best care possible to the people of Tennessee, they began to grow and expand their services. All Heart Home Care came to be.
Over the years the face of health care has changed, but the way we care and the heart of what we do has not! All Heart Home Care was born of this philosophy, that we can meet the needs of our patients best by helping them live their lives to the fullest from the comfort of home.
Our Family Tree
Having a lifelong interest in carving, wood work, and furniture building and painting, Carolyn knew she was going to embrace the new-found time she could spend on opportunities that retirement was about to offer. “It is so important to start planning early for retirement years,” says Carolyn. “I knew I didn’t want to sit in my La-Z-Boy chair and watch TV every day, but there was no worry there.”
As you grow older it’s only natural to imagine yourself or even a loved one taking a fall. Would someone be near me to call for assistance? How long would it take me to recover, or would there be a recovery? You’re certainly not alone if you’ve ever had these thoughts. We’ve all had those haunting visions from time to time, but fortunately this blog can be a helpful resource so you can avoid a tumble.
Most of us can think of someone we know who suffers with mild to moderate or even severe hearing loss. If this person is a family member, your spouse or close friend, then you have most likely already experienced the challenges that go along with tactfully telling the person you love that he/she needs to be tested by an audiologist.