Move further positions NewCourtland to meet changing needs of Philadelphia seniors
PHILADELPHIA, July 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Six of the seven nursing homes in the NewCourtland Network have been acquired by new owners effective July 1, 2011: Care Pavilion, Cheltenham York Road, Cliveden, Maplewood Manor and Tucker House by Mid-Atlantic Healthcare; and Kearsley Retirement Community by Tryko Partners. Both organizations bring with them exceptional expertise in long-term care management.
"An increasing number of older adults want to live in their own home or community, yet require significant support in order to age-in-place," said Gail Kass, president & CEO of NewCourtland. "This transition enables NewCourtland to focus on and adapt to the changing needs of today's senior, offering a more community-centric service model while maintaining a commitment to skilled care in a nursing home setting through the services offered at Germantown Home."
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The NewCourtland Network carries out its healing mission for Philadelphia's seniors by meeting their individual and changing needs. We honor the staff that work with them and support them by providing training, education and career advancement. For more information visit www.newcourtland.org or call 1-888-530-4913 and Discover the Many Ways NewCourtland is Defining the Future of Senior Services.