About Community VNA
Community VNA is a non-profit family of healthcare services located in southeastern Massachusetts. It provides nursing care, social services, and rehabilitative therapies to individuals in their homes living throughout the thirteen towns of the greater Attleboro, Massachusetts region. Community VNA offers various health services to help individuals maintain and enhance their health and continue living safely in the community for as long as possible. On January 11th, 2021, Community VNA was acquired by Active Day. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Latest Community VNA News
Oct 14, 2021
HopeHealth finishes $3M expansion of Providence headquarters By THE HOPEHEALTH HULITAR Hospice Center in Providence recently completed a $3 million expansion project, which increased its capacity by 25%. Pictured is the third-floor dining services area. / COURTESY HOPEHEALTH PROVIDENCE – HopeHealth, which operates Rhode Island’s only free-standing hospice center, increased its capacity by 25% with the recent completion of a $3 million expansion at its Providence headquarters. Six beds were added at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center at 1085 North Main St. in Providence as the result of a yearlong construction project, which also provided a facelift for the facility involving new rooms for grief counselors, upgraded family gathering areas, improved dining facilities and larger areas for staff. The facility now has a total of 30 inpatient beds. HopeHealth said the project helps the nonprofit organization meet “the region’s growing demand for specialized end-of-life care.” The three-story property is 50,000 square feet, with 15 patient beds each on the second and third floors, and offices on the first floor. “This much-needed expansion meets an important community need for additional capacity,” said HopeHealth CEO and President Diana Franchitto. “We were also able to refurbish existing patient rooms after a decade of high utilization.” - Advertisement - The Hulitar Hospice Center strives to provide a home-like environment for hospice patients who require acute inpatient care, “as their symptoms progress and cannot be safely and comfortably managed at home.” In addition to other upgrades to the rooms, including new flooring, paint and carpeting, the facility’s second-floor interfaith chapel was renovated as part of the project. “The focus of the Hulitar Hospice Center is not just the patient but the family,” said Dr. Edward Martin, chief medical officer at HopeHealth. “It’s a calm and peaceful environment. Sometimes families are concerned about moving their loved one, but universally once they get here, they’re so glad they did.” In early September, HopeHealth absorbed a fellow nonprofit from Massachusetts called Community VNA in a nonprofit affiliation deal that combines their forces to serve more than 2,000 patients per day with home health, palliative and end-of-life care. About 720 people in total work for the newly combined nonprofits. Marc Larocque is a PBN staff writer. Contact him at Larocque@PBN.com . You may also follow him on Twitter @LaRockPBN. Want to share this story? Click Here to purchase a link that allows anyone to read it on any device whether or not they are a subscriber. TAGS
Community VNA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Community VNA's headquarters?
Community VNA's headquarters is located at 10 Emory St., Attleboro.
What is Community VNA's latest funding round?
Community VNA's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Community VNA?
Investors of Community VNA include Active Day/Senior Care.