Monday, August 7, 2017

ComfortCare Homes Aquires Senior Living Facilities

Press Release

ComfortCare Homes in Baldwin City, Kansas has acquired Vintage Park at Neodesha and Vintage Park at Fredonia from Chicago Pacific Founders, according to Scott Schultz, President of ComfortCare Homes of Baldwin City and Ottawa.
Concurrent with this Acquisition, all care homes owned and operated by Schultz will now be operated under the Morningstar Care Homes brand, replacing the ComfortCare Homes brand in Baldwin City and Ottawa, and immediately replacing the Vintage Park brand in Fredonia and Neodesha.
Morningstar Care Homes now has a senior living capacity of 81 residents in these four homes. The corporate office will remain at 813 8th Street in Baldwin City.
In addition, Morningstar Care Homes at Dunn’s Vista, located in Baldwin City is under construction and plans a grand opening for the 12-bed home in 2018.
“The acquisitions in Fredonia and Neodesha continue our drive to be the senior living provider of choice in the markets we serve,” said Schultz. “With the addition of the home at Dunn’s Vista in 2018 approximately 50% our residential services will be provided to individuals who require the personalized memory care we are known for, and we expect memory care to be our dominant service offering in the future.
“We remain grateful to ComfortCare Homes of Wichita for helping us become established,” continued Schultz. “We are very excited to firmly establish the Morningstar brand in existing and new markets that cover a broad range of senior living services including in-home non-medical care, assisted living, respite care, adult day care and of course our personalized memory care service.”

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