Elf on the SHELF

ElfCARE Alert: Keeping Your Elf Healthy This Holiday Season!

Attention, Elf Guardians and Super Parents! As your mischievous little elf makes their nightly journeys to and from the North Pole, they might encounter some chilly challenges.

Elf Sniffles? We’ve Got You Covered:

Traveling 4,001.64 miles from Savannah to the North Pole is no small feat, especially with the drastic temperature changes! This could mean your elf might come back with more than just Santa’s reports – think sniffles, sneezes, and shivers.

Don’t worry, though – ExperCARE is here to help! We’re proud to be the only healthcare provider in the Southeast certified by Santa himself for specialized ElfCARE. We understand the importance of keeping these festive friends fit, healthy, and ready for holiday fun.

A Special Note to Parents:

Protector of the North Pole: If you suspect your little one might be under the weather, it’s your mission to protect not only their elf but the entire North Pole – a task of epic proportions!

Early Detection: Keeping an eye out for early signs of sniffles or sneezes in your child can help prevent a North Pole health crisis.

Holiday Health Tips

Quick Recovery: If your elf feels under the weather, bring them in! We’re experts at getting them back to their playful selves in no time.

Stay Cozy: If you’re feeling sniffly, it’s best to stay home and rest. We want to keep the North Pole flu-free this season!

Practice Good Health Etiquette: Remember, sneezes and coughs spread more than cheer. Let’s all do our part to keep our families and our elves healthy!

This holiday season, let’s keep the magic alive and the health thriving, both in our homes and at the North Pole. Thanks to ExperCARE’s ElfCARE, your elf will be ready for all the holiday adventures ahead!

Stay safe, stay healthy, and let’s have a wonderfully merry season!

#ExperCARE #ElfOnTheShelf #HolidayHealth #ElfCARE #SantaCertified #ParentProtectors


When it comes to medical care, routine or urgent, you want the comfort of a familiar face, a warm smile and the convenience of being seen the same day, after hours, or weekends. ExperCARE is locally owned and operated and employs the very best team in the industry. Our commitment to you is something we take to heart, ensuring we provide the very best experience for you and your loved ones.  The synergy of expertise, compassion, and convenience are why our customers continue to recommend and return for their healthcare and peace of mind. We welcome the opportunity to exceed your expectations while providing access to the very best healthcare experience in the region when you need it.

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ExperCARE offers comprehensive care across its locations, including Richmond Hill, Pooler, StatesboroHinesville. two locations in Savanah, one in Savannah on Mall Blvd and the other in the Savannah Historic District Downtown. A new office is also opening soon in Rincon. Each location ensures consistent, high-quality healthcare services.

Each location is within a 25-minute drive of an ExperCARE facility, reflecting the our commitment to providing convenient and quality care.

Calling all moms! We know you’ve been looking for a reason to get out of the house and enjoy some sun, so we’ve got something that we think is going to help you do just that. We’re on the hunt for one lucky mom to win a beach tote filled with $150 worth of prizes! To enter, visit us on Facebook or Instagram, like the Giveaway post, tag 3 friends, and share the post with your friends!

This giveaway closes at noon, Friday, May 12th!

This giveaway is open to residents of the United States. The prize will be shipped directly from ExperCARE to the winner!

Gift includes:
-Beach Tote with detachable cooler
-JBL Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker
-Sun Bum gift set with Sunscreen, after sun gel, and chap stick
-Set of Face Masks
-Beach Towel

And More!

An article from Reflections Richmond Hill, Spring 2022 Issue


My heroes make waves. They have common attributes: brave, resourceful, yet humble – living as if rules are “guidelines” and traditional roles are to be challenged. As a consequence, they’re amusingly misunderstood.

Who inspires you?
A family member, neighbor, celebrity, or teacher? Perhaps a parent who set a standard and held you to it? People with traits you admire and aspire to imitate?

Catherine Grant’s mother emphasized one of the same valuable lessons for her daughter as my dad did for me: Never need to depend on someone to take care of you. No doubt, given her example, her daughters will perfect this strength.

Raising three daughters is an enormous challenge in itself. Ask me how I know. When considering the possibilities for Catherine’s girls, a familiar saying comes to mind, “If you see her, you can be her.” Little girls need examples in a variety of roles to know they have options. Sometimes rather than plotting a course for us to follow, the people we admire inspire us instead on an uncharted journey.

“Who inspired you?” I asked.

Encircled by stacks upon stacks of books confirming her thirst for growth, Catherine answered without a second of hesitation, “My mom.”

She vividly described an iconic mother-figure, content to earn the “degree of Mrs.,” required to shift direction by a marriage that didn’t work, a twist among many that would set the foundation for the building of her daughter’s tenacity. Beyond the quintessential story of a mom needing to work with her child in tow, the stage was set for an inquisitive daughter to inherit a relentless work ethic and commitment to excellence. Catherine was eight when her mother re-married. Poppy, as he was lovingly known, became a piece of her balance. With his selfless love and encouragement, he helped her mother lay the foundation- the forging of an entrepreneur. She learned early that work was her way to achieve her goals, and she set sail on that sea.

Catherine’s accolades and accomplishments are expanding in much the same fashion as the business she co-founded. Since opening the first urgent care center in Richmond Hill in 2009, she has been stacking recognitions and awards as neatly as the books surrounding her CEO chair. With her at the helm, ExperCARE is opening a fifth location.

Motivated to be a part of the solution to what she considers to be a “broken” system, Catherine envisions “healthcare the way it should be,” patient-focused with an improved standard of care. “People deserve better care,” and together with her leadership team, ExperCARE is advancing that mission.

Leadership, business fundamentals, self-improvement, and biographies make up Catherine’s reading collection, but she is clear about her Source. One of her guiding Bible verses is from Philippians 4:13 “For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength.”

“We all need a True North.” Catherine relies on her relationship with Jesus to provide truth, wisdom, and discernment. “I want to have a tangible impact by helping others experience Him.”

What are you building?

Catherine’s answer to this question again hails her mother’s recurring influence. She believes that what we hear as children becomes our inner voice, and she heard the incessant message, “With hard work, you can be and do anything.” Work does not intimidate Catherine, nor does challenge. In fact, challenge propels her to thrive. The inner voice she now conjures in the face of adversity repeats, “You were created for this.” Together with Scott, her husband, counsel, and confidant, the Grant’s are building full steam ahead.

Catherine’s waves extend beyond business to create broader change for a better world. Alzheimer’s, childhood cancer, and United Way fundraising; serving on boards for community development and healthcare advancement; and volunteering to mentor future business leaders are among her commitments to advocacy.

All of the accomplishments in her wake haven’t changed Catherine’s ultimate goal: to be more like the person who inspires her by exemplifying unconditional love. “In a broken world, my mom has been able to love others even when they were not easy to love.”

Her three young daughters, Grayson 12, Madison 9, and Emerson 1, are watching, and if their mother’s accomplishments seem impressive, I predict a tsunami. Catherine describes them as fearless and passionate. Grayson helped build the recycling program at school, and together with sister Madison, they worked diligently to raise funds for a clean water project in Zimbabwe. Their mom recognizes that her most important role is to encourage her daughters to become all that they were created to be, just like the person who inspired her.

Our daughters are watching; and so are our sons. May we inspire them and others to make waves. Waves are shifting and fading, but the changes they create are immensely powerful, enduring, and inspiring. May we never underestimate ripples.