Call Us Today! 732-233-4625|

Skilled Nursing Facility Services

//Skilled Nursing Facility Services
Skilled Nursing Facility Services 2019-10-08T17:57:53+00:00

Senior Living
Skilled Nursing Facility Services

Our Principal, Tim Cassidy, through various corporate entities where he was the CEO or Managing Member, has owned, operated or managed SNFs in five states. Senior Consulting has provided consulting services in more than 20 states nations.  Some of the services include:

Skilled Nursing Acquisition Services – With the use of a variety of proposals as well as well-known methods to research and identify prospective sellers. In one of our programs we systematically approach owners of facilities in targeted markets on behalf of a specific client.

Skilled Nursing Marketing and Support – Our deep team includes a variety of professionals from marketing experts to nursing consultants. For operators that have a lower occupancy rate and/or a below average pay or mix than its competitors, we assess their facility, staff, competitors and marketing plan to develop a comprehensive new approaches to enhance occupancy or payor mix.

Skilled Nursing Compliance Support – We use a deep team of nursing consultants in addition to an operational team to support facilities that have issues with compliance. We provide these services to both a Long Term Care Operator or to facility ownership that leases to operators. It is important for a healthcare REIT or private owners to monitor their operators and managers and their compliance performance, let alone their maintenance of the facility and other items.

Skilled Nursing Physical Plant Maintenance – As an experienced developer and construction manager, we can provide services to assess a skilled nursing physical plan and develop short or long term maintenance and capital improvements projects. These services are important for both a skilled nursing manager and a property owner to ensure operators are maintaining their facilities.

Subacute and Specialty Services – Opportunities exist within certain markets and/or within certain states to provide higher levels of care and acuities. Often creating a specialty unit that could be for dementia, rehab or sub-acute can fill a need within the community and substantially increase revenue for a Skilled Nursing Facility operator.

Ask Us for more information.