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Chamber welcomes healthcare provider

Moultrie News  5/24/24

It’s a new day for family healthcare in the East Cooper area.

The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) hosted a May 22 ribbon-cutting for the opening of homeRN Charleston at their MPCC office. Several board members were present, including MPCC Director Rebecca Imholz, homeRN Charleston owner Drew Faw and her team, Alex Dean, Director of Marketing, Olivia Vanderhoof, Office Administrator and Jenni Rogers, Registered Nurse.

Founded by registered Alabama nurse Eliza Maxwell in 2020, HomeRN is an at-home care provider that specializes in caregiving, nursing, IV therapy and urgent care. Their mission is to “to serve the community with love and great care,” as stated on the company website.


That is exactly what Faw wished for when she opened homeRN Charleston in August 2023 — one of four homeRN locations, with other sites in Birmingham, Auburn and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. “We’re filling a need for the families in the community by caring for their loved ones,” said Faw.

Imholz hopes the new Charleston homeRN location will fill a gap for Mount Pleasant residents.


“Particularly for the East Cooper area, as the population continues to grow, these types of services are much needed,” she said.

Furthermore, Imholz emphasized the importance for the Chamber of Commerce to celebrate home based businesses like homeRN Charleston. “Small businesses support our community in so many ways. They are the backbone of our community,” she asserted.

New business owner Faw feels encouraged by the public feedback so far: “It’s been extremely supportive,” she said. “All of our clients get a personalized plan of care that’s developed by a nurse and all of the caregivers are trained one-on-one by a nurse. We’re very personalized. We’re not trying to be a big conglomerate.”

Faw received her Bachelor’s in Nursing at the University of Alabama and her Master’s in Nursing from Western Governors University. The rest of her team is similarly qualified, and having worked as social workers, appreciate the connections they’ve created through homeRN Charleston:


“It’s been great. We’ve loved getting to know the community and building community partnerships,” she added.

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