Jacque Phillips RN, BSN and Dana Phillips Moulton RN, BSN
AccuCare Home Health Care of St. Louis was founded in 1994 by Jacqueline “Jacque” Phillips RN, BSN after caring for both her mom and dad on hospice at home where they peacefully passed. She wanted to provide other families with the same care her parents received. AccuCare is a family company with Jacque’s daughter Dana Phillips Moulton RN, BSN joining the team. Both Jacque and Dana enjoy caring for others as if they were part of their own family by providing the highest quality care delivered with compassion, integrity and dedication. AccuCare has a proven track record since 1994, providing the gold standard of in-home care in St. Louis.
Our mission has always been to provide quality at home care with a human touch. Through Jacque’s vision, our company has grown to more than 200 caregivers providing home care services to more than 5,000 clients in the metro St. Louis area. Our leadership team maintains a deep level of commitment to our clients and company associates alike creating a culture of trust, integrity and professionalism.
During our years of operation, AccuCare has built an excellent reputation in St. Louis. We encourage prospective clients to inquire about our level of care and to review the testimonials on this website.
Looking ahead to a future in which baby boomers are aging in great numbers and the need for private duty in home care is increasing, we are taking a leadership role in our industry to ensure the highest level of care for all. Being prepared to lead the next generation of in-home care is critical to our success.
The future of medical services is not hospital based. It lies in services that are based in homes or offered in the community. Therefore, AccuCare Home Health Care of St. Louis will continue to innovate and offer current and future clients the care they deserve, for today and the tomorrows to come.
“In my 9-month experience with AccuCare, these qualities have stood out: kindness and compassion of the caregivers; flexibility and a “can do” agency attitude; timely, frequent and detailed communications about important safety and care issues; refreshing candor about various and shifting challenges faced in providing protection and care.”