Google Maps screen shot of Starr Farm.
Vermont Business Magazine Elderwood, a leading provider of senior care in the Northeast has acquired Starr Farm Nursing Center in Burlington. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Elderwood began serving the Burlington community on December 17, 2018, and has renamed the facility Elderwood at Burlington. Elderwood at Burlington has a 150-bed capacity, serving both skilled nursing and short-term subacute rehabilitation patients.
Brad Heller was recently appointed administrator, and the facility’s 95 senior care professionals have been retained by Elderwood.
“Every effort is being made to ensure the transition is seamless for residents and their families,” said Heller.
Headquartered in Buffalo, NY, Elderwood has been caring for seniors for more than 40 years. The company has grown in recent years to include locations across New York State and the Northeast, offering a wider range of services and resources to support care for seniors in their communities.
“Our goal in coming to Burlington is to work with other health care providers in the community to improve the accessibility and enhance the quality of care for seniors in the Adirondack Region,” said Dr. Jeffrey Rubin, co-chief executive officer for Elderwood. “We’re excited to expand into the State of Vermont and we’re committed to investing in the Burlington community by providing exceptional medical services and care to residents and rehab patients.
Elderwood provides skilled nursing care, specialized subacute care, rehabilitation, assisted living, independent living and memory care services in Western and Central New York, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and Vermont. Elderwood is part of a larger group of health care companies owned by New York City-based Post Acute Partners, which operates pediatric facilities in Pennsylvania, Elderwood Health Plan managed long term care plan, Elderwood Transportation and Woodmark Pharmacy.
Source: BURLINGTON, VT – Elderwood. www.elderwood.com.