The Harlee Manor and Springfield Commons long term care facility in Springfield has been acquired by Tryko Partners, writes John George for The Philadelphia Business Journal.
Harlee Manor has 173 skilled nursing beds and personal care units.
Tryko will invest $2.5 million in renovations and specialty care programming enhancements.
The acquisition also includes a name change. The facility at 463 W. Sproul Road will be known as Springfield Enhanced Senior Living. Its skilled nursing and personal care components will be known as Springfield Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center and Springfield Crossings.
Tryko’s has three other skilled nursing facilities in the Philadelphia region, including Providence Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Yeadon.
“Springfield Enhanced Senior Living is a natural expansion move in an appealing market – one that we know well and in which we have established relationships with leading healthcare providers,” said Uri Kahanow, the company’s director of acquisitions.. “Despite the recent challenges this industry has faced during the global coronavirus pandemic, our commitment to it continues unabated.”
Marquis Health Services, Tryko Partnerss’ health care affiliate, will provide the nursing home administrative services for the Springfield facility.
Read more about the acquisition of Harlee Manor here.
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