Nascentia Health is proud to announce that the organization was nationally ranked No. 31 among healthcare providers/insurers in Modern Healthcare’s 2022 Best Places to Work award program. This annual award program identifies and recognizes outstanding employers in the health care industry nationwide. Modern Healthcare partners with the Best Companies Group on the assessment process, which includes an extensive employee survey. The complete list of this year’s winner rankings is available at

”I am so proud of what our staff has been able to accomplish this past year. What an honor it is to be among the top healthcare providers/insurers in the nation. We have been able to provide care where our patients want it most, in their homes. None of this would be possible without the personalized care of our devoted staff. We are excited to continue to hold ourselves to the highest standard of excellence while delivering exceptional care,” said Kate Rolf, president and CEO of Nascentia Health.

“The healthcare workforce has undergone a true test in the past year and a half, oftentimes pitting employees against employers. So how best to keep harmony in a workplace that is inherently stressful? This year’s winners have an easy tip to incorporate show respect. In high-performing and successful teams, regard for employees’ well-being, acknowledgment of their contributions, and deference to their experience and dedication all helped maintain professionalism and productivity,” said Aurora Aguilar, editor of Modern Healthcare. “We congratulate all of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare for emphasizing that compassion and respect are essential to an engaged and productive workforce.”

Nascentia Health is one of Central New York’s largest home healthcare agencies, offering in-home skilled nursing and therapies, home health aides, managed long-term care, and Medicare Advantage Plans. Founded in Syracuse in 1890, the agency has more than 130 years of expertise in home care and more than 500 employees in offices in Syracuse, Rome, Rochester, Buffalo, and Albany.