FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 2, 2010
Contact: Meg Meo or Andre Lenartowicz
AUSTIN, TX —Harden Healthcare announced today three new management appointments to its long-term care division, which includes MBS Rehab, MBS Pharmacy and TRISUN Healthcare, an operator of senior care facilities throughout Texas.
Blake Church has been named the new vice president of finance for the long-term care division, while Marjorie Darrow and Victoria Palm will serve as regional vice presidents of TRISUN’s Central and Southern Region, respectively. Prior to this, both served as facility administrators.
Before joining Harden Healthcare, Church worked with ACW Real Estate Partners, and also served as the chief financial officer for Stratford Companies, a developer and operator of continuing care retirement communities. Church earned his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado, and is a former United States Army captain.
Darrow has been with TRISUN since April 2006, when she joined the company as the administrator at Temple Living Center West. Her region includes the Austin area, Temple and Hewitt. Prior to joining TRISUN, Darrow worked for Sava Senior Care, a provider of short- and long-term health care services, where she served as a facility-level social worker, a regional social worker and administrator. She holds a degree in social work from Texas A&M University—Central Texas.
Palm, a Texas Tech graduate, has been a long-term care professional for more than 20 years, and serves on several local and state committees that focus on issues surrounding long-term care. Prior to her position as regional vice president, she was an administrator at TRISUN Care Center Windcrest in San Antonio. Palm has been with TRISUN since April 2004, and will oversee facilities in San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Sinton, Portland and Fredericksburg.
About Harden Healthcare
Harden Healthcare was formed in December, 2001, to own and manage senior care facilities. After significant expansion, the company is now positioned to serve the post–acute continuum in the Central U.S. Harden currently manages 34 senior care facilities in Texas through its subsidiary TRISUN Healthcare. Harden also provides therapy services (MBS Rehab), long-term care pharmacy services (MBS Pharmacy), and hospice services (Lighthouse Hospice) in Texas. The company’s home health subsidiary, Girling Health Care, provide home health services in nine states. For more information, visit www.hardenhealthcare.com.