Alliance Rehab Partners

Alliance Rehab has developed partnerships with alliances of quality senior-living organizations across the United States, and we continue to seek mutually enriching relationships with organizations whose mission and vision align with our own. We currently partner with these outstanding alliances.

 

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A Partnership with Covenant Health Network

The Southwest's preeminent long-term care provider alliance, Covenant Health Network (CHN) is dedicated to supporting resident-focused models of care and to providing a productive balance of quality and efficiency to its growing membership of high-quality providers. Established in 1997 as a 501c3 non-profit corporation, CHN serves 44 member facilities in Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico. Those facilities in turn serve more than 10,000 seniors each day in a variety of congregate, home, and community-based settings.

 

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A Partnership with Healthcare Ventures Alliance

Healthcare Ventures Alliance develops and implements programs for comprehensive-care facilities committed to partnering as a success strategy. For such facilities, Healthcare Ventures Alliance is the organization of choice in northwest Pennsylvania.

 

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A Partnership with Senior Care Network

A strategic alliance of nonprofit organizations serving the St. Louis metropolitan area, Senior Care Network (SCN) supports, enhances, and maximizes the quality of life for the elderly patient. Its vision, experience, combined resources, and unparalleled commitment enable its member organizations to excel in the management of today’s health-care environment by developing strategic solutions for the future.

 

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A Partnership with the Connecticut Alliance for Long Term Care

The Connecticut Alliance for Long Term Care (CALTC) is a statewide network of 30 premier not-for-profit providers offering a full continuum of post-acute-care services including long-term care, sub-acute care, rehabilitation, and home care and retirement services. CALTC supports its membership through a variety of value-added management and clinical services, such as business development, quality assurance, patient satisfaction, and managed care contracting.

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