Oxford Healthcare held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning in honor of their merger with Helping Hands of Alabama. Shown from left to right are Gwen Hill, staffing and scheduling coordinator for Oxford; Kristy Braswell, branch manager; Debbie Braswell, secretary; Jenn Tate, Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce executive director; Demopolis Mayor Mike Grayson; and Brooke Carlisle Johnson, billing and payroll coordinator.
Oxford Healthcare held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning in honor of their buy-out of Helping Hands of Alabama. Shown from left to right are Gwen Hill, staffing and scheduling coordinator for Oxford; Kristy Braswell, branch manager; Debbie Braswell, secretary; Jenn Tate, Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce executive director; Demopolis Mayor Mike Grayson; and Brooke Carlisle Johnson, billing and payroll coordinator.

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Oxford HealthCare holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

Published 3:42pm Thursday, February 21, 2013

Oxford HealthCare held their ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning at their office on Bailey Drive to commemorate their buy-out of Helping Hands of Alabama, which was made official in June 2011.

Oxford recently joined the Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce, and the ceremony was held in conjunction with that.

Oxford Healthcare, along with their sister company, Help at Home, Inc., has been providing compassionate, dependable alternatives to nursing home placement for more than 35 years. They provide a wide variety of services from homemaker services such as housekeeping, laundry, shopping, errands and companionship, to more complex services such as bathing, medication reminders, assistance with ambulation, assisted transfers and overall personal care assistance.

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