SOURCE: Main Pulze, Inc.

Main Pulze, Inc.

August 26, 2015 14:11 ET

Main Pulze, Inc. Acquires Camino del Rey to Convert Into Congregate Living Healthcare Facility

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 26, 2015) - Main Pulze, Inc. (http://mainpulze.com), a developer and operator of Community-Based Continuous Care Facilities (CBCCF), has announced that they have acquired Camino del Rey as well as all assets for an undisclosed amount to convert it into a congregate living healthcare facility. 

Main Pulze has a specific focus on medical related endeavors and investments. The acquisition of Camino del Rey will accelerate the efforts of Main Pulze as it seeks to bring a more personal and formal approach to congregate living healthcare facilities, subacute, and assisted living care in an intimate, comforting setting. 

Main Pulze's mission is to increase the number of options for congregate care throughout the state of California by acquiring beautiful properties, and also by employing competent, caring, and well-trained individuals who are responsive to the needs of their patients, their families, and the communities that they serve.

Each staff member exceeds the state of California educational and training requirements for the services they provide. Main Pulze encourages and supports continued education of each service provider. In turn, the agency provides staff with competitive compensation, an inviting work environment, and knowledgeable, trustworthy management and direction.

The Camino del Rey acquisition is just one in a long list of recent acquisitions that have been made by Main Pulze as the company seeks to expand its presence in congregate living healthcare facilities, subacute nursing, and medical assisted-living facilities across California.

Learn more by visiting: http://mainpulze.com.

About Main Pulze

Main Pulze, Inc. is a Delaware C Corp that was founded in February 2015, with a specific focus in healthcare, providing residential care to Congregate Living Health Facilities (CLHF), subacute, and skilled nursing patients. More formally the company acquires, develops, and operates Community-Based Continuous Care Facilities (CBCCF). These are boutique residential facilities with a non-institutional, home-like environment, having no more than 12 beds and provide superior inpatient care.

The care offered by Main Pulze facilities includes the following array of services: medical supervision, 24-hour skilled nursing services and supportive care, pharmacy, dietary, social, recreational and services for waiver participants who meet the medical level of care criteria of the appropriate waiver; and who are persons whose medical condition(s) are within the scope of licensure for a Congregate Living Health Facility (CLHF) as follows: persons who are mentally alert and physically disabled, persons who have a diagnosis of terminal illness, persons who have a diagnosis of a life-threatening illness or persons who are catastrophically and severely disabled.

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