Our family-based organization will revolutionize the healthcare industry through a culture of resident-centered healthcare services, personalized spirituality, real quality of life initiatives, and Stakeholder education and empowerment, to earn the trust of every resident, family, and community we serve.
We want to radically change the landscape of healthcare forever.
Quality of Life
At Signature HealthCARE, the phrase “Quality of Life” means many things. But most important, it means continuing to live life to the fullest extent possible, regardless of age or physical challenges.
Signature HealthCARE employs full-time Quality of Life Directors at all of its facilities. Each of these directors is committed to revolutionizing activities in nursing centers, and working daily to fulfill our patients’ dreams and desires. A growing number of our centers are also joining the registry for the Eden Alternative, a movement promoting nursing center culture change.
Signature HealthCARE’s Department of Spirituality, the only one of its kind, is an intervention across a wide spectrum of hope, a new healing quotient beyond the tradition of good care, administered jointly, interfaced with the clinical and therapy teams. . . an actionable intervention in the care plan system.
At Signature, spirituality is personalized, a spiritual input to optimize outcomes. It is the repeal of sickness and its void of depression; it is the return of hope, the belief in the impossible, the faith of what can be, the defiance of suffering, the truth of miracles and the new elixir in the care continuum.
At Signature, one can choose to worship or not to worship but has the freedom to be. We do not “water down” spirituality but make available a spiritual path specific for individual discovery and conviction through the empowerment of wisdom.
A company cornerstone is the interfaith Signature Chaplain Corps. Our chaplains serve through bold listening, hope and humility, striving to meet residents, employees and family members where they are, at the point of their spiritual need. The chaplain serves not just as a service of prayer but as a clinical intervention of hope and healing.