About Us

About Nightingale Homecare

Since 1994, Nightingale Homecare has been providing care at home throughout the Metropolitan Phoenix area.

Owned and operated by a pharmacist and registered nurses, Nightingale Homecare is one of very few home care agencies in the greater Phoenix area offering comprehensive medical and non-medical home care services, available around the clock, including holidays. Reach out to us today to get started.

Nightingale Homecare is both Medicare-certified and licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services. We take great care and effort to provide personalized care, ensuring each caregiver is well matched to the seniors they serve in terms of interest, demeanor, and skill set.

Our caring tradition and devotion to improving the lives of community members, inspired by the life and legacy of nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale, have made us one of the largest and most well-respected home care agencies in the region. 

Our Vision

Our vision at Nightingale Homecare is to foster a deep understanding throughout our organization and in the communities we serve that what we do is “big.”

We envision an organization where people are changed by the gratification and humility that come when truly connecting with and caring for people during their most vulnerable times of need. This deep understanding will keep us grounded and engender the desire for excellence that we seek in each and every decision we make and interaction we have. 

Our commitment is for Nightingale Homecare to be a capable organization that is known for excellence and identified by customers as the home health care and private duty agency of choice in the metropolitan Phoenix area.

We Value:

Our Mission Statement

Our mission at Nightingale Homecare is to be the home care company of choice for patients, employees, physicians and referral sources by providing quality, compassionate care in the community we serve.

Serving Community Organizations

Beyond serving the community with our home care services, we have a rich history of working with multiple community organizations doing worthwhile work for the greater Phoenix area.

Ready to learn more? We proudly serve families in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Sun City, Sun City, Peoria, and throughout Metropolitan Phoenix. For more information about our home health care services, contact us today at (602) 504-1555.


Tom Glatt

Tom Glatt, CEO, Owner, Registered Pharmacist

Tom is the CEO and owner of Nightingale Homecare. He earned his pharmacy degree in 1984 from South Dakota State University. Tom worked for a number of years in retail pharmacy and pharmaceutical sales before assisting in the start-up of Nightingale Homecare in 1994. He assumed the full-time role as its Chief Executive Officer in 2000. He is a hands-on manager whose primary focus is finance and operations.

Since 2016, Tom has also served on the Arizona Homecare Association board of directors. He has served the Association in multiple capacities, including president and treasurer.

Jean Gonynor

Jean Gonynor, Administrator, MS, MBA, RN, NE-BC

Jean is the Administrator for Nightingale Homecare and is responsible for managing administrative and clinical operations. Jean graduated from Fitchburg State College in 1985 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. As a young nurse, she focused her career on home health care and public health nursing. She completed her Master’s Degree in Nursing with a specialization in Management in 1994 and her Master of Business Administration in 2005, both from the University of Massachusetts.  Jean is certified as a Nurse Executive and has nearly 35 years of experience in home care. Throughout her career, she has served on numerous professional work groups and committees.

Mary McDonough

June 4, 1961 – July 06, 2021

Mary McDonough

Mary McDonough, a founder and co-owner of Nightingale Homecare was a registered nurse who was a conscientious, tenacious, and motivated go-getter. 

She started Nightingale Homecare in 1994 because she knew she could provide home care more effectively and compassionately than the companies she had been employed by. She put in countless hours to establish and market the agency, often handing out her famous home-baked pies to get business from potential referral sources. 

Mary so admired Florence Nightingale’s intelligence, selflessness and methodical approach to nursing that she was compelled to name the agency after her. To this day, employees of the company are evaluated against a high standard of excellence and compassion that illustrates what it means to be a true “Nightingale”.