Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

January 28, 2019 - GHC (formally Georgia Hospice Care) recently announced the launch of a newly designed website — http://ghcholdings.com/ — for the hospice provider in Georgia and South Carolina. The new site was adopted to transition the company’s Georgia branding into a name that would enable multi-state use. Additionally, the company was seeking to enhance the capabilities of the website for recruiting and raising the visibility of their non-profit 501c GHC Foundation for donations to support the companies charitable activities.

The design took approximately eight weeks to create and implement. Designed by Speros, a full-service technology company headquartered in Savannah, the site features user-friendly navigation and a clean, professional design.

“The primary goal was to create a navigation scheme that made the site easy to use and informative,” said Lauren Dingus, web and graphics designer for Speros. “The group also needed a website that was interactive to include online forms, employment opportunities and a means for donations.”

GHC coordinated the launch of the new website to coincide with the expansion of their hospice services into South Carolina.

“We enjoyed the process of working with Speros and are thrilled with all aspects of the new website,” said GHC CFO and COO Kevin Gierc. “Our previous site was static with no interactive elements. This is a vast improvement for the families we serve.”

For more information, visit ghcholdings.com

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