HealthPRO Heritage Partners with Intergro Rehab Services to Expand Therapy, PDPM Consulting
- Mar 03, 2020
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Therapy management firm HealthPRO Heritage and Intergro Rehab Services have merged to expand services in California and beyond.
Both companies provide comprehensive rehabilitation services, as well as compliance and clinical expertise, to skilled nursing facilities and senior living facilities.
Based in Santa Ana, CA, Intergro has served the California market for 30 years and develops programs that drive reputational excellence for the communities it serves.
“We searched carefully for the right partner who could help us maintain our culture of clinical excellence and service, for both our customers and staff, and we found that and more with HealthPRO,” said founder and physical therapist Sherrilyn “Sherri” Tong. “Their abundant resources and expertise will fortify the services we provide for our loyal customer base as well as open new doors for future partnerships.”
HealthPRO® provides services in 43 states, including California. The company pioneered in-house therapy management for skilled nursing customers in 1998 and offers a range of therapy related services from consulting on PDPM and other compliance issues through full clinical outsourcing for post-acute care clients. HealthPRO is also a leading provider of therapy and wellness services to assisted living, CCRC and independent living providers.
Both companies said their combined leadership, resources and market-specific expertise will work together to serve California’s senior care market, with a growing population expected to hit 8.4 million by 2030.
“Intergro is an ideal partner for several reasons including a shared vision for growth in California at a time when the marketplace is evolving,” said John Heller, who serves as CEO for the combined organization. “This partnership supports our diversification strategy and adds depth to our west coast presence and we look forward to a bright future with Intergro by our side.”
The merger was effective Feb. 1.