Heritage Healthcare Celebrates 13th Anniversary

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Independently owned company celebrates its 13th Anniversary on June 1, 2012. Many factors have contributed to Heritage Healthcare’s success including dedicated associates and establishing long-term partner relationships with their customers.

Compassionate Care is our form of customer service. It’s the culture and foundation on which Heritage Healthcare was built.

Heritage Healthcare is celebrating its 13th Anniversary this month with the recent addition of Michigan to its expanding roster of states. Many factors have contributed to Heritage Healthcare’s success over the years, not the least of which is their practice of establishing long-term partner relationships with their clients.

Independently owned and operated, the extensive industry experience of the leadership at Heritage Healthcare has been a firm foundation for growth. Through all of the recent changes and challenges in this industry, Heritage Healthcare remains more dedicated than ever to their Associates, their Customers and the Patients they treat, by continuing to be efficient in providing rehab services without sacrificing individualized quality of care. The residents in the facilities they serve not only receive the best care possible, but they receive it in a way that lets them know they’re valued and cared for as individuals. It’s all a part of Heritage Healthcare’s corporate philosophy called Compassionate Care.

As the healthcare industry evolves and experiences increased scrutiny, Heritage Healthcare continues to focus on the positive outcomes of each resident in their care. To learn more about Heritage Healthcare, visit our website at http://www.heritage-healthcare.com or call Al Eads at 877.508.3237, ext. 112.

About Heritage Healthcare, Inc.
Founded in 1999 by President Paul Shaw and Executive Vice President Al Eads, providing "Compassionate Care" is the overriding mission of Heritage Healthcare. Heritage Healthcare is a leading provider of out-sourced Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology services to the residents of long term care and assisted living facilities as well as Continuing Care Retirement Communities throughout the United States.

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