Acquisitions

Community Transition

Are you considering selling your senior living community or healthcare related company? Sprenger Healthcare may be interested in discussing acquisition with you.

Sprenger Healthcare is a leading developer, owner and operator of senior living communities in Ohio, Indiana, and South Carolina. We conduct business through 34 corporate entities, including 14 senior living communities encompassing 2,000 beds in Indiana, Ohio, and South Carolina. We provide exceptional health care services for the aging, including short-term post-acute rehabilitation, long-term nursing care, assisted and independent living, memory care, hospice, and respite care, among other services.

Sprenger Healthcare’ long-term growth strategy includes expanding our footprint through the acquisition of senior living communities in geographically desirable areas. We know that deciding when and how to transition your community is one of the toughest decisions any successful owner will make. Whether you’re considering retirement or are exiting the business for other reasons, you want to ensure:

  • Your residents and families will be cared for well into the future by a team that shares your values and commitment to:
    • Innovation
    • Compassion
    • Creativity
    • Integrity
    • Collaboration
    • The highest standard of client care
    • Strong financial portfolio
    • Active ownership and stable executive management team
  • You’re comfortable with and fully confident in your successor
  • You receive fair value for your community

Whether you’re looking to transition your senior living community today or several years from now, Sprenger Healthcare may be able to help you realize your goals for your community, your residents, and their families. Please know that all community transition discussions are confidential.

To get started, please contact Amy Sanfilippo, Sprenger Healthcare Vice President of Acquisitions and Development at (440) 930-6695, or complete the form provided on this page.

    Acquisition Form