About Us

Our Story

Holiday Health Care has been a long-time leader in health care services in the Tri-State area. On July 12, 2022, Holiday Health Care acquired Need-a-Nurse, Inc. of Evansville. Need-a-Nurse is a long-term, in-home health care company serving Tri-State residents of all ages.  It was founded 28 years ago by Suzy Hall, with the goal of caring for Evansville residents with significant, long-term healthcare needs in the environment they are most comfortable. “I’ve spent my professional life serving the most acute patients with the greatest need for care,” Suzy said, “and in Holiday, I have found a partner that shares my devotion. I know they will take great care of my patients and staff!” As a result of the acquisition, Need-a-Nurse became a division of Holiday’s home health company, Horizons Home Care, and took on a new name: Horizons Community Care. 

Counties We Serve

  • Vanderburgh
  • Posey
  • Warrick
  • Gibson
  • Spencer

Mission and Vision

The mission of Horizons Community Care is to enhance the health and lives of those we are privileged to service.

Principles: SERVICE

  • Utilize highly Skilled staff to provide the best clinical care
  • Enhance our patients’ quality of life through education and teaching
  • Respect the individuality of each patient and caregiver
  • Assist patients to have a Vision of their potential
  • Identify and manage clinical issues to minimize recurrent hospital stays.
  • Communicate effectively with patients, families, caregivers, physicians and referral sources
  • Encourage each patient to maximize their independence

It shall be the policy of Horizons Community Care to maintain quality Home Health Care Programs consistent with the agency’s Mission Statement and the Patient’s Bills of Rights.


  1. To ensure that all patients are provided with quality, comprehensive health care services through a coordinated Plan of Care.
  2. To provide continuity of health care by facilitating uninterrupted service within the health care system.
  3. To promote early recovery or maximum rehabilitation in the patient’s home environment.
  4. To provide effective channels of communication with the patient, physician and other organizations and providers within the health care community.
  5. To foster professional and personal satisfaction of all employees by maintaining a positive environment that stimulates pride and professional growth.
  6. To increase the awareness of health-related issues to members of the community