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HFAM Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
HFAM Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
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HFAM Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Maryland Department of Aging – Senior Call Check
Maryland Department of Aging – Senior Call Check
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Maryland Department of Aging – Senior Call Check
Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Information
Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Information
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Maryland Department of Health Coronavirus Information
CDC Communication - Consumer Resources
CDC Communication - Consumer Resources
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AHCA Care Not Covid
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Maryland Care for the Aging
Maryland Care for the Aging

Offers comprehensive information on skilled nursing and assisted living careers and links individuals seeking opportunities with employers looking to fill open positions.

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Celebrating 71 Years
Celebrating 71 Years

Of advocacy, education and support of the long-term and post-acute care profession.

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Health Facilities Association of Maryland

Founded in 1948, the Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM) has been a leader and advocate for Maryland’s long-term and post-acute care provider community for more than seventy years.  HFAM has over 150 skilled nursing and rehabilitation center members who collectively employ 19,000 Marylanders who provide over 9 million days of care annually across all payer sources (Medicare, Medicaid, private pay).  HFAM members provide quality care for 72 percent of all Maryland Medicaid long-term care beneficiaries.

In addition, HFAM includes an associate membership of over 80 national, regional and Maryland based companies who provide supplies and solutions to our provider members. HFAM is affiliated with the American Health Care Association/National Council for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), the largest national association representing non- and for-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers and assisted living centers.

HFAM represents every type of long-term care provider, including assisted living, sub-acute, rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities. HFAM’s membership ranges from small, local, family-owned independent nursing facilities to faith-based nonprofit organizations to the state’s and country’s largest multi-national corporations.  HFAM facilities are found in every community, county and city across Maryland.

Maryland’s long-term care provider community directly supports an estimated $3.7 billion in state economic activity and serves as a major job-creator and economic engine. Long-term care is one of the leading employment centers and health care employment training hubs in communities across Maryland.  We are a critical component in Maryland’s health care system.

 


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