Skilled Nursing Facility Provides Full Spectrum of Short- and Long-Term Care to Fort Wayne, Ind., Community
FORT WAYNE, IND. (February 17, 2021) – Aperion Care University Park announces it has changed ownership. Renamed University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, the 104-bed subacute and skilled nursing facility provides a broad spectrum of care, including long- and short-term care and rehabilitation, in an intimate and compassionate environment.
The new ownership team is a group of skilled nursing facility managers and operators based in Indiana and the Midwest. The ownership change was effective November 1, 2020.
“In these challenging times, it is very reassuring that our new ownership team has years of know-how, shared values and a great group of experienced experts – based right here in the Midwest – to support our care team,” said Tammy Hunter, the center’s Administrator.
University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center will benefit from the hands-on attention that comes from a smaller, but very skilled “non-corporate” ownership and management team. The team has overseen operations at similar-sized care centers, in rural and suburban communities around the Midwest, and brings many new ideas that have been very successful at other facilities.
Implementing “Genuine Hometown Care”
“Our new owners view University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center as a world of family and friends,” said Hunter. “They share core principles and standards that reflect the people and beliefs of our region: Genuine Hometown Care, Community Integration, and Employees are Family.”
University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center is known for its focus on providing hometown care with a commitment to fully integrating with the healthcare needs of the Fort Wayne, Ind., community. As it continues to grow, the center will benefit from working with a skilled, hands-on regional ownership team.
“The ownership group has significant experience in overseeing operations at similar-sized care centers in rural and suburban communities around the Midwest,” Hunter noted. “We anticipate incorporating new ideas that have been successful at their other facilities as we work to advance our mission of excellence in care.”
About University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center is a 104-bed subacute and skilled nursing facility in Fort Wayne, Ind., providing long-term care, short-term care, rehabilitation, occupational therapy, physical therapy, rehab-to-home, speech therapy, hospice care, respite care, and a secure memory care unit. The center is currently accepting new admissions for short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. For further information, please contact Karen Putnam at (260) 484-1558 or visit the University Park Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center website at www.universityparkhc.com.
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