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FHCA members have access to long term care tools and resources to help stay current on important long term care developments and trends.
A long term care blog by Florida's leading and largest association representing skilled nursing and assisted living providers, FHCA.
Focus on Florida (Members Only)
Our weekly, members-only e-newsletter wraps up the week’s FHCA activity and previews upcoming issues of importance, including regulations, legislation and events.
Healthcare Heroes' Stories of Care
This special communication is designed to keep FHCA members, legislators, state officials and other stakeholders abreast of the positive news in the long term care profession during the COVID-19 public health emergency. To share your stories and photos, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Florida Nursing Center Generator Timeline
- Quality Advancements in Florida's Nursing Centers
- Economic Impact of Long Term Care Centers
- Center/Patient Characteristics of Nursing Centers
- Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities: Understanding the Differences
FHCA Member Directory (Members Only)
This digital membership directory is the FHCA members-only resource for those who serve, as well as those who support, high-quality long term care in Florida. This online, interactive Member Directory includes the most up-to-date listings and can be searched by member categories of ALFs, Nursing Homes, Member Facilities by District and Corporate Members. Find individual contacts in Who's Who or view a list of Preferred Partners (FHCA Service Corp members), and search by business partner name or service category (Associate Members).
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