As a health care professional, your patients and their health are your primary concern. It’s ours too. Caring for others is our “divine appointment“, and we’ve built a network of allied health and nursing organizations to help us meet the obligations we share with you. We offer health care and assisted living solutions for any plan of care, including therapy, pharmacy, home health, and private duty resources so your patient can receive the care they need, where and when they need it.
Our assisted living facility network offers eleven communities in the Tampa Bay Area, stretching from New Port Richey and Land O’ Lakes to Sarasota. Some of these communities include or specialize in memory care, and almost all of them offer short-term or daily stays like adult day care or respite care. This gives you and your patients a wide range of options for communities, amenities, and pricing to meet every need.
Our skilled therapists, home health aides, and private duty staff are available to address any rehabilitative needs your patients may have, and share important information with you to continue maintaining a plan of care.
Referring a patient to assisted living with us is easy. No matter your role in the process, whether it’s as a nurse, social worker, or doctor, your assessment of a patient’s situation is crucial for developing an appropriate plan of care. Learn More >
We accept referrals for your patients affected by dementia and memory care. Many of our communities feature specialized memory care units to essionals are an important component of your search, but we want to empower you to find the right answer on your terms, too. Learn More >
Assisted living is a big leap. We get it. Short-term solutions are growing very popular in the marketplace, and adult day care is one of them. It may be that friends and family can help care for one of your patients most of the time, but they need a place to reliably receive therapy and attention while caregivers are busy or at work. We offer adult day care to provide for seniors daily. Learn More >
Caregiving is tough, and you may think a particular caregiver needs a break. We offer respite care to allow family members and friends a break from their responsibilities to your patient. Learn More >
For many Americans, physical therapy and other forms of therapy are a common experience as we age. Injuries, surgeries, and even aging well can lead to decreases in mobility, hand-eye coordination, and other physical abilities that prevent you from enjoying life, the way you want to. That’s where therapy comes in. Learn More >