Alternate Solutions is Awarded BBB Eclipse Integrity Award

Alternate Solutions is Awarded BBB Eclipse Integrity Award

BBB held its annual Eclipse Integrity Awards Dinner Tuesday evening honoring those who model exceptional integrity from interviewing to training and operations.

Kettering company to add 340 jobs

A Kettering home health care company will receive millions of dollars in economic incentives to stay in the city, if the business creates up to 340 new jobs in five years.

Kettering business plans major expansion

A home care business is buying a large facility in Kettering Business Park in a move that could mean the addition of 340 new jobs over five years.

CEO: $10M project key for Kettering firm’s long-term job growth

As one of the fastest growing companies in the Dayton regions plans a $10 million move of its headquarters, the CEO of Alternate Solutions Healthcare System says it’s going to be adding jobs over the long term.

The company announced Monday morning it is buying and renovating a 200,000 square foot space at 1050 Forrer Blvd., near the National Composites Center off Wilmington Pike in Kettering. This will not be far from its current space at 1251 E. Dorothy Lane, where it has been for a decade.

Happy at home

So many great things in life start at home.

Just ask David Ganzsarto, CEO of Alternate Solutions HomeCare, and Tessie Ganzsarto, the company’s president.

David, who grew up an entrepreneur, met more than his mate when he teamed up with Tessie, who was previously employed in a home health care organization.

Home care company sees growth in hospital partnerships

The deal between Alternate Solutions HomeCare and hospital group Kettering Health Network to form a new Dayton area home care business is a new thing locally. But Alternate Solutions has been making deals like this for several years now in other parts of the state.

2016 BizWomen: Power 50 — Tessie Ganzsarto

Tessie Ganzsarto is co-founder, president and chief development officer of Alternate Solutions Healthcare System Inc. Her focus is on strategic planning for partnership growth. The company has seen explosive growth since its inception in 1999. The company is now the largest home health firm in the Dayton region, posting revenue of $92 million last year. Alternate Solutions also is the second-largest woman-owned company. It has more than 1,000 employees, including 577 in Dayton. Ganzsarto is a certified hospice/homecare executive with more than 18 years of experience in the home care field.