🔒 Idaho firm acquires two Milwaukee-area senior residing operations
Eagle, Idaho-based The Pennant Group, Inc., the mother or father firm of the Pennant group of affiliated dwelling well being, hospice, dwelling care and senior residing corporations, introduced that it has acquired the operations of Robins Touchdown at New Berlin, a 44-bed reminiscence care and assisted residing facility positioned in New Berlin, and Robins Touchdown at Brookfield, a 52-bed reminiscence care and assisted residing facility positioned in Brookfield.
Robins Touchdown at New Berlin is positioned at 2900 S. Moorland Street. Robins Touchdown at Brookfield is positioned at 2800 N. Calhoun Street.
“We’re very excited to develop our senior residing choices within the State of Wisconsin,” mentioned Brent Guerisoli, chief govt officer of Pennant. “This acquisition enhances our present operations within the space, together with dwelling well being, hospice, and a robust community of senior residing communities.”
“We couldn’t be happier so as to add Robins Touchdown at New Berlin, and Robins Touchdown at Brookfield. Our Wisconsin leaders are keen and excited by the chance to show these operations into the employers of selection and communities of selection in New Berlin and Brookfield,” mentioned Andrew Rider, president of Pinnacle Senior Dwelling LLC, Pennant’s senior residing subsidiary.
Guerisoli mentioned Pennant continues to pursue alternatives to accumulate prime quality dwelling well being, hospice, dwelling care and senior residing companies all through america.
The Pennant Group, Inc. is a holding firm of unbiased working subsidiaries that present healthcare companies by way of 95 dwelling well being and hospice businesses and 51 senior residing communities positioned all through Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Along with the recently-acquired New Berlin and Brookfield services, the corporate operates two dwelling well being businesses, one hospice company, 19 senior residing communities and 758 senior residing models in Wisconsin.