University Retirement Community Earns Re-Accreditation from Continuing Care Agency

clip_image002University Retirement Community at Davis, California (URC) announced that it recently earned re-accreditation from the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission of the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (known as CARF-CCAC).  URC, which opened its doors in 2000, is an affiliate of Pacific Retirement Services, Inc. (PRS). It has been accredited since September 2003, when it was the youngest community ever to receive this coveted rating. URC is undergoing a 64,450-square-foot expansion on its 15-acre campus near U.C. Davis.

“In addition to our surveys by the California Department of Health Services, the California Department of Social Services, financial audits, and due diligence reviews, among others,” says URC Executive Administrator Mike Morris, “the CARF-CCAC accreditation process measures our conformance with approximately 1,800 industry standards. We thank URC residents, URC and PRS management, and the board of directors for their involvement and support.”


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