BaneCare Management Expands to the South Shore with the Purchase of Six Skilled Nursing Centers

Posted - 2014-07-02

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NORWELL, MA - BaneCare Management, LLC, a trusted family name in senior care services for over 57 years, announces the acquisition of six rehabilitation and nursing centers – five along the south shore of Massachusetts and one in Brighton. The newly acquired nursing centers, formerly owned by Welch Healthcare & Retirement Group, include: Bay Path Rehab & Nursing Center in Duxbury; Brighton House Rehab & Nursing Center in Brighton; Colonial Rehab & Nursing Center in Weymouth; Hancock Park Rehab & Nursing Center in Quincy; Harbor House Rehab & Nursing Center in Hingham and John Scott House Rehab & Nursing Center in Braintree.

“We are excited about the opportunity to bring the BaneCare standard of care to the South Shore,” says Richard Bane, president of BaneCare Management.

BaneCare, a family owned and operated business with nursing centers throughout the North Shore and Greater Boston area, prides itself on creating an environment built on compassion, dignity, and respect — emphasizing the importance of integrating traditional family values with advanced medical skills and technologies at each nursing center.  “Our family’s management style and values embody those of the highly respected reputation built by the Welch family,” adds Bane. Whether an individual requires short or long-term care, BaneCare nursing centers offer each patient unsurpassed skilled nursing and post-acute rehabilitative care.

BaneCare Management, which includes third generation Bane family members, has grown into one of Massachusetts premier long-term care organizations, currently managing and operating fourteen rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities, three adult day centers, and two assisted living facilities spanning the North Shore, South Shore, Berkshires and Greater Boston area.

BaneCare Management has corporate offices in Wakefield and Norwell, MA.

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Richard Bane, president of BaneCare Management.


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