Clinically Excellent Health Care

Health Care at Elder Care Alliance

We’re committed to a high standard of clinical services – and we’ve got the results to prove it. In all of our assisted living communities, hospitalization and readmission rates are consistently half of other providers’ as formerly reported to the California Assisted Living Association.

Throughout our network of senior living communities, we continually strive to improve our standard of care.

How Does Elder Care Alliance Approach Care?

We are innovators. We offer our residents opportunities to develop their abilities and grow their skills – and we expect this from ourselves as well. Our culture of learning and collaboration, along with professional development opportunities, empowers our staff to continuously innovate and improve the ways we meet our residents’ needs.

We get results. Our communities provide services backed by data and research. Our electronic health record system allows us to track and trend outcomes among our residents, and we use third-party sources to perform audits. By carefully analyzing this information, we can improve and refine our care services.

We inspire our staff to perform at their peak. We want our team members to feel as healthy, resourceful and energetic as possible every day. Outstanding care starts with the people providing it. We provide employees at every level access to information on nutrition and an employee assistance program. We know that happy, healthy staff translates to happy, healthy residents.

We take a holistic approach. No matter what a senior’s needs, they will find our communities grounded in nurturing the body, mind and spirit through a holistic approach to wellness.

Contact us to learn more about our commitment to high-quality care services.

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