Signature HealthCARE, LLC, a long-term healthcare facility operator based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, recently announced the company will relocate its national headquarters to Louisville, Kentucky. The move will initially create 96 new jobs and the company will acquire a 65,630 square-foot facility, which will serve as its national headquarters including corporate management and facility operational support functions. As part of the move, Signature HealthCARE announced a partnership with Nucleus, the University of Louisville’s driving force behind a life sciences hub in downtown Louisville, to create the International Center for Long Term Care Innovation. The new center will house and assist in the development of early-stage health technology and services companies seeking to bring new ideas to the aging care industry.
“Signature HealthCARE is a unique organization that believes it can radically transform long-term care in this country through its key organizational pillars: intra-preneurship, learning and spirituality,” said E. Joseph Steier III, president & CEO of Signature HealthCARE. “Louisville, Kentucky will provide a great central location with one of the best quality of life environments for families, rich university partnerships and an amazing talent pool to foster aggressive growth. A key differentiator for the decision was the true collaborative effort of the economic development teams at both the state and local levels. We welcome the incentive package as support to facilitate our move from south Florida. Our team is truly excited to call Louisville our permanent home.”