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HealthPRO Heritage Joins ICAA Task Force to Lead Senior Living Transformation after COVID-19

Posted on: May 27, 2020

Industry thought leaders and key stakeholders to convene on May 27 and May 28, 2020 to chart a path forward for North America's senior living industry.

May 27, 2020 – HealthPRO Heritage joins more than 160 industry thought leaders to provide guidance for communities throughout North America as they prepare to emerge from a period of quarantine and plan for a new post-COVID era.

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Tags: skilled nursing facility, Active Aging, Rehab Services, senior living, COVID-19

October is National Physical Therapy Month

Posted on: September 30, 2013

This month, Heritage Healthcare celebrates and honors our Physical Therapists (PT) and Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) as well as all those that have chosen Physical Therapy as a profession. This is an opportunity to highlight the fact that PTs and PTAs are trusted experts in restoring and improving motion, and can improve an individual’s quality of life. These professionals also assist in keeping individuals healthy, fit, active and in many cases allow them to avoid surgery and long-term use of prescription medications.

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Tags: Contract Rehab Services, therapy services, Physical Therapy Month, Rehab Services

Heritage Healthcare Tailors Corporate Management Structure to fit Changing Times

Posted on: March 27, 2013

Paul Shaw, President and CEO of Heritage Healthcare announced that to better serve residents and customers and adapt to future industry changes, the company has re-engineered their organizational structure by combining Clinical Services and Operations into one unifying department to be titled Rehabilitative Services. The field delivery of those services are now organized into 4 distinct service lines: Skilled Nursing Services, CCRC Services, ALF Services and Clinical Education and Compliance.

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Tags: Heritage Healthcare, Contract Therapy Provider, Rehab Services, Physical Therapy