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New focus for Pacific Retirement Services

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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

 

Once an ambitious builder and buyer of senior continuing care facilities, Pacific Retirement Services has changed its focus to management, consulting and marketing.

Pacific Retirement Services, the parent company of Rogue Valley Manor, has picked up three consulting contracts with nonprofit continuing care retirement communities, or CCRCs, in California during the past year, strengthening its niche.

PRS said Monday one of its California units now manages Friends House in Santa Rosa, Calif., a nonprofit community. Previously it signed a deal with the Jewish Home of San Francisco and Quaker Gardens Senior Living in Stanton, Calif.

Read more in today's Medford Mail Tribune.

 

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