Vancouver, Wash.-based Prestige Care, Inc. announced on Monday its plans to expand its footprint by acquiring the ownership and management of nine skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers located in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
The senior care communities were formerly operated by Eagle Healthcare and will transition to Prestige ownership and operational management on Oct. 1, 2012. The acquisition price was not disclosed.
Harold Delamarter, Prestige Care’s president and CEO, says it’s an “exciting time of growth” for his company, which now operates 65 senior living and care communities throughout the Western United States.
“Much of our continued growth can be attributed to our steadfast commitment to our core values and the dedication of our people,” Delamarter said in a statement. “For us, there’s no greater accomplishment than to provide the highest quality of care from a compassionate heart.”
The new communities are:
- Eagle Rehabilitation at Sunnyside
- Grandview Health Care Center in Grandview
- Eagle Rehabilitation at Clarkson
- Eagle Rehabilitation at Camas
- Richland Rehabilitation Center and Eagle Assisted Living
- Burton Care Center in Burlington
- Menio Park Healthcare in Portland
- The Orchards Rehabilitation and Care Center in Lewiston
In the last several months, many of Eagle Healthcare’s communities have received multi-million dollar structural and aesthetic enhancements, notes Prestige Care. In the next few months, the new owner/operator will introduce its lifestyle-centered spectrum of services in each of the recently-acquired communities.
Written by Alyssa Gerace