updated: Jun 22, 2021 02:00 PDT
June 22, 2021 (Newswire.com) –
Alex McVay, Executive Director at Avamere at Bethany, became a representative for Oregon for the Future Leaders Program from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).
The Future Leaders Program has been hosted by the AHCA/NCAL since 2004. They bring long-term care (LTC) professionals to an annual Future Leaders conference. By participating in this event, members of each Future Leaders class will be better prepared to serve in vital roles within AHCA/NCAL and on behalf of the entire profession. This year, the conference will be held in Washington, D.C. in October 2021.
McVay is honored to receive this distinguished recognition that commends his leadership efforts.
“One of Avamere’s core values is ‘passion for the quality of people’s lives.’ This program provides me the opportunity to advocate for the quality of not just my residents, but all of senior care at a state level,” McVay noted. “I hope to serve our state’s seniors well through this incredible program and I am immensely honored that I was chosen to be Oregon’s representative for the AHCA/NCAL Future Leaders Program.”
About the Avamere Family of Companies
Avamere began as a skilled nursing community in Hillsboro, Oregon in 1995. With a progressive agenda to keep seniors healthy, independent, and in their home of choice for as long as practical, founder Rick Miller and his team grew Avamere to what it is today: a group of healthcare organizations working together to enhance the life of every person we serve.
The Avamere Family of Companies includes seven organizations offering senior healthcare services, including senior living, rehabilitation and therapy services, home care, hospice, and more.
Today Avamere’s diverse companies operate in over 250 locations across 19 states with over 8,800 employees serving 86,500 seniors.
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Source: Avamere Health Services