Hello to all,
We hope this e-mail finds you all well. Again, thank you for your patience with our current visitor restrictions here in Memory Care. We miss seeing you too.
Attached are the April calendar and newsletter. There may be changes to them once our COVID 19 situation settles.
It has been a pleasure to do so many virtual visits with you and your loved ones as well as the many texts/ photos and calls.
Take care and Happy Easter Season!
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Due to the great risk that COVID-19 causes older adults, we have restricted all non-essential visitation temporarily. Please call us if you have any questions. We will be sending updates through our Facebook page “Palmettos of Mauldin” if you would like to follow us there. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this uncertain time.
MURFEESBORO, TN and KNOXVILLE, TN (Feb. 26, 2020) – National Healthcare Corporation (“NHC”), Tennova Healthcare, The University of Tennessee Medical Center (“UTMC”) and Reliant Healthcare today announced the Health Services and Development Agency of the State of Tennessee has granted Certificate of Need approval for a sixty-four bed psychiatric hospital in Knoxville, Tennessee. The facility, Knoxville Center for Behavioral Medicine, LLC, is the result of a partnership among NHC, Tennova, UTMC and Reliant.
The project will relocate 38 licensed inpatient beds from other Tennova hospitals to the new Knoxville Center for Behavioral Medicine. The community will also have access to 26 additional beds that will be established for behavioral medicine services. Knoxville Center for Behavioral Medicine will provide psychiatric services to both adult and geriatric patients at the future site near the corner of Middlebrook Pike and Old Weisgarber Road. The newly constructed facility is projected to open in 2022, subject to necessary regulatory and other approvals.
“We are excited our Certificate of Need was approved to start on the new Knoxville Center for Behavioral Medicine in Knox County,” said Jay Nason, NHC’s Vice President of NHC’s Eastern Region. “We are thrilled the Agency recognized the great need for psychiatric services in Knox and 15 surrounding counties.
Thank you to all of our community and healthcare supporters that submitted over 100 letters of support to help bring these important services to those in our community.”
“We are pleased to be working together with other reputable healthcare providers to offer compassionate, quality care to adults and seniors in our community who may be experiencing mental or emotional difficulties,” said Tony Benton, chief executive officer of Tennova Healthcare – East Tennessee Market. “We are excited to bring back a much-needed service that was long-established at Physicians Regional Medical Center in Knoxville until the hospital closure 14 months ago. Together, we are able to do what is best for this community.”
“We see a great need for additional behavioral medicine inpatient treatment services in East Tennessee on a regular basis here at The University of Tennessee Medical Center,” said Joe Landsman, President and CEO of The University of Tennessee Medical Center. “This collaborative effort between the medical center, Tennova Healthcare, National Healthcare Corporation, and Reliant Healthcare will bring experienced, high-quality care and will address the need and access issues for many in our 16-county region who are struggling with behavioral medicine related concerns.”
The 55,000-square-foot facility will be adding a projected 100 new jobs to Knox county. Construction is projected to start in 2021.
NHC Reports 2019 Year End Earnings
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — National HealthCare Corporation (NYSE American: NHC), the nation’s oldest publicly traded senior health care company, announced today net operating revenues for the year ended December 31, 2019 totaled $996,383,000 compared to $980,349,000 for the year ended December 31, 2018, an increase of 1.6%. For the year ended December 31, 2019, reported GAAP net income attributable to NHC was $68,211,000 compared to $58,964,000 for the 2018 year, an increase of 15.7%. Excluding the unrealized gains in our marketable equity securities portfolio and other non-GAAP adjustments, adjusted net income for the year ended December 31, 2019 was $59,616,000 compared to $64,373,000 for the 2018 year(1).
NHC Maryland Heights is following the CDC guidelines for preventative measures for Covid-19. We are consistently reviewing updates from the CDC and updating our practice as we receive new information. We are asking everyone entering our center, including patients, partners, and visitors, to complete a 4 question screening. The screening sheets are available at the receptionist desk.
Susan Taylor, Administrator