WeCare tlc named on the Orlando Business Journal’s Golden 100 list

| September 30, 2020

Workplace healthcare provider ranks among Top Privately Held Companies in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. – Leading onsite and near-site health care provider WeCare tlc was recently honored with a spot on the 2020 Orlando Business Journal Golden 100 list. The provider’s mission to transform the way healthcare is delivered is the driving force for the company’s growth.

The Golden 100 list features the largest privately held companies in Central Florida, ranked by year-end gross revenue. To qualify for the list, companies must be at least 51 percent privately owned and headquartered in Orange, Seminole, Osceola or Lake Counties.

“We’re very flattered to be recognized by the Orlando Business Journal’s Golden 100,” said Raegan Garber Le Douaron, president of WeCare tlc. “Our team is so passionate about changing the way healthcare is delivered in this country and we plan to continue to grow until we achieve this goal.”

Honored as an ultimate newcomer, WeCare tlc reported a 2019 gross revenue of $18.34 million, coming in at No. 73 on the list.

“This year hasn’t been easy, but we’re all so proud of how much we’ve grown and learned during these difficult times,” said Le Douaron.  “During the pandemic, WeCare tlc adapted to client and patient needs with telehealth programs and curbside healthcare offerings and has worked tirelessly to offer COVID-19 strategic support for clients.”

WeCare tlc oversees on-site and near-site primary care health care centers for employers and other health care sponsors across the country, with 54 health and wellness centers across 10 states. In 2019, the company adopted Bridges to Excellence standards, the strictest industry standards, to ensure the best care of all its patients.

To see the Orlando Business Journal’s entire ranking, click here.