Foundation for Health Care Continuums
The Mission of the Foundation for Health Care Continuums is to strengthen each
community we serve by providing a wide spectrum of housing and health care
services that honor the evolving aging population.
Our goals are to:
changing health care and housing needs of older adults by adopting
alternative/integrative programs and initiatives.
Be a good
neighbor in each community we serve by bringing desirable social and
innovative environments that maximize choice, independence and dignity.
mission and initiatives to communities where there is need and opportunity
We are guided in everything we do by:
A sense of
social responsibility that emphasizes a patient/resident centered approach to
Respect for our
residents, associates, and other customers.
excellence among our staff and promoting a culture of caring, dignity,
compassion, innovation and continuous quality improvement that enriches our lives and
the lives of those we serve.
economic and human resources entrusted to us in a wise and prudent manner.
organization responsibly with integrity and expecting the same from those
we choose to work with.
The Foundation for Health Care Continuums is pursuing two key business
strategies. The first is the acquisition, expansion, repositioning and
development of large-scale senior housing campuses. These communities are
generally continuing care retirement communities ("CCRC’s") where a continuum of
services is available for residents.
Our second key business strategy is to develop and construct a new style of
community for mature individuals who need assisted living and nursing services.
These new communities will be comprised of smart, and green group homes, each
housing 10-14 residents. The design has been inspired by the principles espoused
by Dr. William Thomas, founder of the Eden Alternative and the Greenhouse
Project, a radically new and innovative approach to long-term, skilled nursing
care for de-institutionalized environments in which elders receive care almost
Interest in building green is growing as we learn new ways and use new
technology to reduce our footprint on the planet. Green environments are safe to
live in, affordable to operate and less damaging to local, regional and global
environments. The Foundation for Health Care Continuums is a strong proponent of
building and operating conservation communities, and is continually looking for
new ways to embrace this practice.