Regency LTAC Hospital for Medically Complex Patients Accepted into HealthPartners Network
Regency Hospital of Minneapolis, a long term acute care hospital (LTAC) that provides intermediate critical care to acutely ill, medically complex patients, is now part of HealthPartners provider network.
“We are pleased to offer Regency Hospital as another option for HealthPartners members,” said Tina Morey, Hospital and Regional Network Manager for HealthPartners.
“As an LTAC we have the ability to redirect resources to provide the optimal level of care for acute critically ill patients. Our primary goal is to give the medically complex patient their life back,” said Deborah Graves, Regency Hospital of Minneapolis CEO. “We are delighted to accept HealthPartners patients as an in-network provider.”
Regency Hospital of Minneapolis, recognized for its superior outcomes for many illnesses such as ventilator weaning, respiratory failure, post CABG, wound care and others, cares for patients who live throughout Minnesota and the surrounding Border States.
HealthPartners (www.healthpartners.com) is the largest consumer-governed, non-profit health care organization in the nation with commercial and Medicare Advantage plans that received the highest rating of “Excellent” from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Regency Hospital Company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and is a leading developer of intensive critical care hospitals for long stay acute patients. Regency presently has twenty hospitals open with several more in active development. Regency was formed by Rod Laughlin and Waud Capital Partners.
Waud Capital Partners, L.L.C. is a private equity investment firm founded in 1993 and located in Lake Forrest, Illinois. Waud Capital Partners has successfully completed over seventy investments in a wide range of industries, including adhesives, alarm monitoring, automotive components, coatings, consumer products, lighting, medical distribution, publishing, sealants and specialty hospitals.
For more information regarding Regency Hospital Company and/or Waud Capital Partners visit www.regencyhospital.com and/or www.waudcapital.com.