Facts and Figures
- We proudly serve more than 6,600 elderly and/or infirmed Hoosiers.
- Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC) provides specialized dementia care to more than 1,300 Hoosiers, which is more than any other long-term care provider in Indiana.
- More than 8,200 Hoosiers are employed at HHC-owned long-term care facilities.
- HHC has invested nearly $100 million to upgrade the physical environment of the facilities acquired in the past 10 years.
- HHC has spent approximately $25 million to implement electronic clinical records in all of our facilities.
- HHC promotes “rehab to home” programs and employs three times as many full-time professional therapists as most other Indiana facilities.
- HHC has improved the ratio of Registered Nurses (RNs) to residents with the implementation of a goal of 24/7 RN coverage for direct-resident care.
- HHC and our private sector partner, American Senior Communities, encourage vocational and professional advancement by providing scholarships to nursing staff who wish to become Licensed Practical Nurses or Registered Nurses. HHC invests $2 million each year in nurse education.
- The National Business Research Institute Inc. (an independent company with 30 years of experience in the measurement of consumer satisfaction) was commissioned to conduct a satisfaction survey of all HHC-owned facilities in October 2011. The results of the survey indicate an overall consumer satisfaction with our services at 89 percent, with 94 percent of respondents indicating they would recommend our services to others. According to the American Health Care Association 2009 Annual Quarterly Report, nationwide averages show 81 percent of residents and their families say that they are willing to recommend their nursing and rehabilitation facilities to others.