Ohio Company Acquires Indiana Nursing Centers

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Allison Pointe Healthcare Center in Indianapolis is one of the facilities acquired by CommuniCare. (photo courtesy CommuniCare) Allison Pointe Healthcare Center in Indianapolis is one of the facilities acquired by CommuniCare. (photo courtesy CommuniCare)
CINCINNATI, OH -

Ohio-based CommuniCare Health Services has acquired 16 skilled nursing centers throughout Indiana. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, however the company says current staff at the facilities, which were previously managed by Louisville-based Kindred Healthcare, are expected to stay in place.

CommuniCare says the acquisition brings its total of health care centers to 76 across seven states with more than 10,000 employees. The company also has facilities in Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

"It's fulfilling to be able to extend our reach, reflective of serving the growing healthcare needs of a growing population," said CommuniCare Executive Vice President Isaac Rosedale. "Specific to the new health care operations in Indiana, we are committed to continuing the level of quality clinical care and strength of operations that Kindred has provided for years."

The Indiana facilities, now branded as CommuniCare Healthcare Centers, are:

  • Allison Pointe Healthcare Center, Indianapolis
  • Bridgewater Healthcare Center, Carmel
  • Great Lakes Healthcare Center (formerly Kindred Dyer Healthcare), Dyer
  • Eagle Creek Healthcare Center, Indianapolis
  • Greenfield Healthcare Center, Greenfield
  • Greenwood Healthcare Center, Greenwood
  • Harrison Healthcare Center, Corydon
  • Indian Creek Healthcare Center, Corydon
  • Kokomo Healthcare Center, Kokomo
  • Rolling Hills Healthcare Center, New Albany
  • Sellersburg Healthcare Center, Sellersburg
  • Southpointe Healthcare Center, Indianapolis
  • Southwood Healthcare Center, Terre Haute
  • Valley View Healthcare Center, Elkhart
  • Wedgewood Healthcare Center, Clarksville
  • Wildwood Healthcare Center, Indianapolis

CommuniCare says the facilities have a total capacity of more than 2,000 beds. Many of the centers also provide rehabilitation and holistic healing for patients after hospital stays and surgeries.

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