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National Health Care Associates Acquires Seven New Centers in Maine

July 3, 2013

Seven existing Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation centers have been acquired by National Health Care Associates and have new names, effective July 1. These centers complete a purchase agreement of 14 Kindred Centers.

Wethersfield, CT (PRWEB) July 03, 2013

National Health Care Associates has acquired seven new centers throughout the state of Maine. All seven centers were previously Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation centers.

Representatives from National Health Care Associates (NHCA) were on-site to ensure a smooth transition of skilled nursing centers. NHCA is an established leader in meeting the needs of the senior health care community and as an employer of choice in their respective communities.

NHCA will incorporate their Passport Rehab into each new center. They look forward to enhancing the services and programs at each location, while building upon proven relations with hospitals, home care providers and other healthcare professionals in each respective community. NHCA is taking a “If it ain't broke – don't fix it" approach to transitioning the centers to the standards of National Health Care Associates. A comprehensive review of the new centers will be performed to enhance what they are doing, implement their approach for policies and procedures where needed, and use their existing experience.

“It is our pleasure to welcome the staff, residents and families into the National Health Care Associates’ family,” said Marvin Ostriecher, President of National Health Care Associates.

Below are the seven centers recently welcomed into the National Health Care Associates family:

  • Augusta Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Augusta, ME)
  • Brentwood Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Yarmouth, ME)
  • Brewer Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Brewer, ME)
  • Eastside Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Bangor, ME)
  • Kennebunk Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Kennebunk, ME).
  • Norway Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Norway, ME)
  • Winship Greene Center for Health & Rehabilitation (Bath, ME)

About Passport Rehabilitation Program:

At National Health Care’s Passport Rehabilitation, they understand that after a hospital stay or surgical procedure, every patient is eager to return home quickly and resume an active lifestyle. As an outstanding community healthcare resource for more than 27 years, they exceed expectations in meeting the needs of individuals who require short-term rehabilitative care following hospitalization.

With a supportive and goal-oriented program, they utilize the latest techniques and treatments, and are prepared to cater to every individual need and preference with therapy customized specifically for the patient. Passport Rehabilitation facilities are designed to provide accommodations that are conducive to healing with a nurturing and supportive environment that facilitates a swift and healthy recovery.

About the Company:

National Health Care Associates (NHCA) offers skilled nursing care services as well as extensive programs for short-term rehabilitation and post-hospital care in areas including orthopedic, cardiovascular, neurological, and post-surgical recovery and rehabilitation. NCHA manages the care of more than 4,400 patients and residents and employs more than 5,500 professional caregivers and related staff. NHCAs signature Passport Rehabilitation program is aimed at helping patients and their families return to the best quality of life possible following a hospitalization or an acute medical episode through individualized occupational, physical and/or speech language therapies.

Founded in 1984, National Health Care Associates (NHCA) is a growing network of 30 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers located throughout the Northeast (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Vermont), each sharing the common commitment to the highest level of quality care, a focus on customer service and providing a nurturing environment for both patients and families.

For more information on this and other National Health Care Associates affiliated facilities, including short-term rehabilitative stays, resident placement or employment opportunities, please visit http://www.nathealthcare.com.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/rehabilitation-center/rehabilitation-center/prweb10896024.htm


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