Lew Little joined Giving Home Health Care in August 2022 as President and CEO. Giving Home is a health care coordinator and chronic care manager dedicated to advocating for and serving individuals with conditions contracted while working in nuclear energy programs for the Department of Energy.   Through the EEOICPA and RECA programs, Giving Home coordinates care in eight states. 

Before joining Giving Home, Little had been involved in the healthcare industry for over 20 years.  During that time, he served as CEO and Co-Founder of Harden Healthcare.  Harden initially operated as a long-term care company and later expanded into a post-acute company by incorporating home care services including Medicaid Home Health, Medicare Home Health and Hospice.  At the time of the sale of the home care business to Gentiva in 2013, the company’s revenue had grown to $800 million with 230 locations in fifteen states.  After Harden, Little was CEO of Covenant Surgical Partners for over four years as the company experienced rapid growth.  He also served as the Executive Chair of a healthcare SPAC that raised $220 million but was unable to find a suitable target and returned the capital to shareholders.  Finally, Little has served on several healthcare service companies and numerous not for profit Boards.

Little began his career in commercial banking and spent 18 years in that industry.  A native of Austin, he resides there with his wife of over 40 years, three married children, and six grandchildren.

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