May 08, 2015 - McKnight's Long Term Care News

Print Issue: May 08, 2015

Staying connected

Staying connected at Windsor Park

When Community Consolidated School District 93 in Bloomingdale, IL, upgraded its computer hardware, it wanted to know if it could donate 25 laptop computers to Windsor Park, a continuing care retirement community in nearby Carol Stream.

Hebrew Home needs to sell

Due to economic hardship, Hebrew Hospital Home is seeking a New York court’s permission to sell its 160-bed senior residence facility in Westchester County.

Greystone acquires Autumn amid a troubling indictment

Florida-based Greystone Healthcare Management has forged ahead with its acquisition of Autumn Health Care despite the central Ohio chain’s former owner being indicted on charges of Medicaid fraud, forgery and operating a nursing home without a license.

Ready for a makeover

Ready for a makeover

It’s imperative to roll out an appeal for new long-term care digs in the right way, starting with a master plan, and a strategy to minimize disruption to residents

How to do it … Refinancing

There are many sound reasons for long-term care providers to refinance, says Chris Taylor, managing director, Real Estate Finance, GE Capital, Healthcare Financial Services.

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