Health Services Management has extensive experience and a proven track record as an operator, manager, and owner of skilled nursing and long-term care communities since 2000. Our corporate and facility leadership teams understand how to bring multiple skilled nursing, long-term care, and clinical components together into a cohesive structure.
Health Services Management has vast experience in post-bankruptcy take over, start-up and new senior living community construction, senior living community remodels, and management agreements.
• Short and Long-term rehabilitation
• Post-acute, individual skilled nursing services
• Outpatient care
• Memory care
• Respite care
• Palliative care
• Assisted living care
In February of 2000, Health Services Management, Inc., was formed when it leased six skilled nursing facilities in Florida from Care Foundation of America. Those facilities had been in bankruptcy and were in poor shape physically, operationally, and financially. Within a few years of taking over, Health Services Management was able to improve those facilities dramatically. Four of the Florida facilities have won Gold Seal Awards from the Governor’s Panel on Excellence in Long-term Care. In 2009, Brooksville Health Care Center, a multiple Gold Seal Award winner, was named as one of the top forty-one nursing homes (out of over 15,000 ranked) in the entire nation.
With success in the Florida market, Health Services Management quickly began its strategy of growth through expansion and acquisition. Facility operations rapidly expanded to include communities in Southeast Texas, Central Indiana, and Tennessee. Health Services Management currently operates nineteen skilled nursing facilities, and two assisted living facilities. The Health Services Management network proudly employs more than 2,000 individuals and has developed multiple long-lasting strategic partnerships in each of the communities that we serve. Our management team continuously seeks out and evaluates facilities for acquisition to provide continued company growth.
All six Florida locations are Joint Commission Accredited. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 22,000 health care programs worldwide and focuses on continually improving health care by setting the highest standards for health care quality throughout the world. In setting the standards, The Joint Commission consults doctors, nurses, and quality and safety experts to review the current standards and make recommendations for improvements.
Currently, each of the following communities proudly represents the top percentile in their State by achieving the highest possible overall rating of 5 Stars:
- Ayers Health & Rehabilitation Center
- Bear Creek Nursing Center
- Brooksville Health Care Center
- Cypress Cove Care Center
- Royal Oak Nursing Center