Avid fly fisher
Enjoys relaxing at Lake Powell
Mr. Parker Wells has been involved in the Home Care industry since 1998, when his father, Mark C. Wells purchased Home Care-Giver Services, an Orange County based non-medical home care agency. This group, Home Care-Giver Services grew to serve thousands of families in 10 States through its 20 office locations. Eventually this organization was acquired by a large publically traded business in 2005.
After witnessing the merger of Home Care-Giver Service, and having a desire to pursue a career in Healthcare Administration, Mr. Wells served as a private consultant for the Quality Control & Risk Management department of Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City, Utah. As a consultant, Mr. Wells assisted Intermountain Healthcare in filling state licensing applications critical in opening the Intermountain Medical Center in Sandy, Utah November of 2006. Intermountain Medical Center is the 2nd largest hospital in the State of Utah and ranked #1 Best Hospital according to US News Rankings.
Seeing the need for continued assistance once a patient left the clinical, hospital setting, Mr. Wells, along with his father, Mark Wells and collogue Kraig Nakano, formed Care To Stay Home. Mr. Wells served as the Director of Business Development from 2007 through 2009. In 2009, Mr. Wells became Vice – President of Care To Stay Home where he now oversees the Operations and Marketing efforts in Southern California. Mr. Wells also consults with Home Care operations as well as health systems nationwide and maintains relationships with industry leading professionals to help shape the delivery of In-Home Care services.
Mr. Wells holds a B.S. in Public Health from Brigham Young University where he served loyally as the Vice President of the Health Science Association. Mr. Wells is passionate about Elder Care issues and serves as an advisor to the group Ageless Alliance. He enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 daughters and son as well as fly fishing, surfing, golfing and enjoying the outdoors.