Allaire Health Services, based in Central New Jersey, was founded in 2015 by Benjamin Kurland with the idea to create a unique environment of care for individuals who require short- and long-term care. Allaire’s pathway to excellence started with a single facility in Freehold, New Jersey and has evolved to include seven facilities in four states. Allaire’s strategy for growth begins with identifying the right facility through significant due diligence and development of a direct understanding of the market in which the facility exists. Allaire has worked with County facilities, as well as privately held facilities, and the approach is the same – transform culture, engage employees, align with physicians and hospitals, and create a level of excellence that patients, residents, and families expect and deserve.
Allaire has a strong track record of transforming healthcare centers, building on their strengths and providing the resources needed to flourish. As a new era in healthcare services evolves, community and family will continue to be integral in Allaire’s care strategies. Allaire has a deep appreciation for the fact that patients and families have a choice when it comes to nursing and rehabilitative care. As a result, Allaire works closely with patients, families, and members of the community to understand needs and expectations and to develop programs and services that are tailored to each site it operates.
Allaire’s overarching goals are focused on ensuring long-term health and continuity of care. This strategy requires active engagement of physicians and nursing staff, along with a health partnership with local hospitals and health systems. Allaire expects to be fully engaged with local physicians and hospitals in the long-term management of patients, following hospital-developed clinical protocols to ensure quality outcomes for their patients. To this end, Allaire focuses on the implementation of quality-focused, evidence-based strategies and protocols.