National Church Residences announces a new partnership with the acquisition of At Your Door Visiting Healthcare Services. At Your Door provides primary care, in-home medical services to residents at senior living communities across the state. These services will supplement the home health and hospice service offerings that National Church Residences currently provides at its communities throughout Ohio.

The acquisition is a major step for National Church Residences’ toward achieving its vision to serve 100,000 seniors by 2030.

“At Your Door’s model of providing primary care, in-home medical services for senior housing communities complements everything National Church Residences believes in by helping seniors remain living in their homes,” says Susan DiMickele, National Church Residences’ president and CEO. “With the addition of At Your Door’s home-based primary care services, we can offer patients a full continuum of care for seniors living in our communities.”

“We have been serving seniors for almost two decades in the post-acute care space, however we now can offer seniors additional support through preventative care with At Your Door’s services. This new partnership also provides us with a significant boost forward to achieving our mission.”

All of At Your Door’s team members have received offers to become National Church Residences employees, including owner Angela Hoff and Chief Operating Officer Larry Hoff.


“Our vision since founding At Your Door in 2015 has been to meet and provide caring, compassionate medical care for seniors ‘where they are’ which often is at their home,” says At Your Door founder and owner Angela Hoff.


“We’ve worked with National Church Residences over the years, having cared for patients in some of their communities. We’ve seen their dedication to serving seniors firsthand. With this new partnership, At Your Door will be able to offer a full continuum of services to our current patients while also being able to expand our mission by leveraging the resources and support of National Church Residences.”