Health Facilities Association of Maryland
Founded in 1948, the Health Facilities Association of Maryland is a leader and advocate for Maryland’s long-term care provider community. Over 150 providers, 19,000 employees and 25,000+ Marylanders in need have entrusted HFAM to be their partner in quality care.
HFAM is the largest skilled nursing provider community in Maryland representing every type of provider: small, locally family-owned independent nursing facility, faith-based nonprofit organizations and the state’s and country’s largest multi-national providers. Member facilities offer assisted living, sub-acute, rehabilitation and long-term care nursing services and are found in every community in every county and city across Maryland.
Maryland’s long-term care provider community directly support an estimated $3.7 billion in state economic activity – a major job-creator and economic engine for the state. Often long-term care is one of the leading employment centers and health care employment training hubs for communities. We are a critical component in Maryland’s health care system.