Carriage Healthcare Companies, Inc. (“CHC”) is the holding company of several entities that specialize in long term care management and operations. CHC also provides consulting services that include working with long term care providers in expanding existing services, exploring new services including performing feasibility studies and assisting providers in securing financing. Additionally, we provide consultation services to financial institutions that are in need of an operational analysis to determine long term financial viability of a project.
CHC also provides educational sessions to long term care providers in a variety of areas, however; recently we have been specializing in the area of regulatory updates and conformance with various state and federal requirements. Our President, Bob Siebel, has personally conducted seminars in over 45 states in past years to include programs with universities, professional societies, trade associations and, in some cases, individual providers who have requested educational offerings.
CHC provides facilities a unique learning environment through bi-annual meetings in which administrators and other key facility personnel meet for interactive educational sessions and networking. These meetings also afford the facilities the opportunity to share personal experiences and meaningful dialogue by troubleshooting with peers to achieve the optimum quality facility for residents and employees alike.
Management and Consulting
Management and consulting services are currently provided to long term care and assisted living facilities under long term contracts. Our management agreements can be tailored to either provide a full range of management services including all accounting services, or a more structured management based upon the needs of the owner.
CHC currently manages nineteen facilities owned by three separate non-profit corporations, Retirement Ranches, Inc., Wellington Homes of Wisconsin, LLC and Wisconsin Illinois Senior Housing, Inc. CHC also manages three for-profit facilities as well. These facilities are located in Illinois, Wisconsin and New Mexico.