Amada Lehigh Valley Repeats as No. 1 Top Workplace

The Lehigh Valley team in formal attire poses for the camera

Ed Duborg opened Amada Lehigh Valley in 2017, and his business has been named a Lehigh Valley Top Workplace every year since. For 2021, Amada Lehigh Valley placed No. 3 among employers with fewer than 125 workers.

Results of The Morning Call’s annual survey saw Amada Lehigh Valley take the No. 1 spot among employers with fewer than 125 workers. Click HERE to read The Morning Call story on how Amada caregivers and caregiving team became front-line workers during the pandemic. “Every single person who works with us, I can’t thank them enough … and I want them to know how much I appreciate it,” Ed said. “We’re all really like a family,”

Gil Clark one of six recipients of the Amada Caregiver Value Awards

A middle-aged man smiles as he holds up a caregiver of the year certificate

Amada Lehigh Valley caregiver Gil Clarke has been honored as a recipient of the Amada Caregiver Values Award. Click here to view part of the celebration for Gil. He was one of six caregivers in the Amada Senior Care franchise system receiving the annual national award in recognition of exemplifying Amada’s “6Cs” of caregiving: Commitment, Communication, Competence, Compassion, Confidently Humble, and Congenial.

Gil was selected to receive the Compassionate Value Award, as his service during 2019 demonstrated that “Amada caregivers see providing senior care as their calling, not just a job. They show genuine kindness and concern for those we care for and are always looking for ways to fulfill their relational, emotional, and physical care needs.”

Gil is a longtime pastor who sees caregiving as a way of life. He won over an extremely difficult client who presented many challenges. He earned the client’s trust and thanks to his dedicated effort, the client became open to receiving care from other caregivers on the Lehigh Valley team. In addition, Gil provides care to a client with Parkinson’s, serving 7 days a week – four hours each morning and evening.

“The 6Cs that make up our value system are not just words,” Gil said. “It says something about all of us and the work that we do.”

Amada Lehigh Valley Voted No. 1 Top Workplace for 2020

Attending the Top Workplaces awards ceremony were (left to right) Ed Duborg (owner of Amada LehighValley), Barbara Ferguson (operations coordinator), Kara Klusaritz (operations manager), Rebecca Moore, RN (case manager), Susan Hunsicker (scheduling coordinator), Nicholes Gonzalez (scheduling coordinator), and Gil Clark (Caregiver of the Year).

Amada Senior Care Lehigh Valley was recognized as one of The Morning Call’s Top Workplaces in 2020! Results of The Morning Call’s annual survey saw Amada Lehigh Valley take the No. 1 spot among employers with fewer than 125 workers. Click HERE to read The Morning Call story. Opened in 2017, Amada was voted second-best small workplace in the 2019 survey.

“We’re very proud of the team we’ve built at Amada Senior Care!,” said owner Ed DuBorg, whose company also received a special award for employee communication. “Thank you to all of our employees for this awesome recognition and thank you to The Morning Call. Take the best care of your employees and they will care best for your customers.”

A group of people in formal attire smile as they hold up their awards at a gala ceremony