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The Avamere Family of Companies Adds Renowned Seaside Assisted Living and Memory Care Community to the Post-Acute Care Organization’s Robust Line of Senior-Centered Services


Seaside, Oregon – The Acquisition of Necanicum Village Senior Living Community, now called Avamere at Seaside, adds another Avamere option for seniors on the Northern Oregon coast who require an extra level of care in their day-to-day activities. The Avamere Family of Companies also operates nearby Suzanne Elise Assisted Living Community. “Not only is Avamere gaining a renowned and beautifully situated assisted living community, but a compassionate memory care program that is unparalleled in the area,” says Nicolette Merino, Regional Director of Operations. “We are committed to enhancing the life of every person we serve, whether that is through providing … Continue reading

Legislative Update from Infinity Rehab & Signature Releases Assessment Tool

As the year winds down, there is a lot happening at Avamere. Each part of our family of companies play a unique and valuable role in the communities they serve. Keeping our patients, employees, and the public educated on industry news and trends is an important part of our mission to enhance the life of every person we serve. Check out a few recent stories below. Infinity Rehab President Mike Billings gives an update on legislative proposals that are reshaping the therapy industry as we move into 2014. Acumentra Health recently profiled Signature Home Health’s PLACES tool which is helping … Continue reading

Avamere Family of Companies Invests $1M in Advance Therapy Equipment

The Avamere Family of Companies purchased nearly $1M in advance rehabilitation technology for use in its skilled nursing and transitional care centers by Infinity Rehab – the Company’s post-acute therapy division. In addition to the significant monetary investment, approximately 750 hours of clinician training across all disciplines in the therapy department will take place during the coming months. Both initiatives will help patients recovering from illness or injury regain independence faster and return to their homes. “Our goal is to always deliver quality patient outcomes through intensive and responsive clinical programs,” says Mike Billings, PT, MS, CEEAA, Infinity Rehab’s President. … Continue reading