August 01, 2014 1:46 PM ET

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Company Overview of Beverly and Golden Living Centers

Company Overview

Beverly and Golden Living Centers owns and operates a chain of nursing homes and assisted living centers in the United States. Its healthcare services include physical, occupational, speech, joint replacement, and outpatient therapy; cardiac care, dialysis care, diabetic care, dementia and Alzheimer's care, discharge planning, pain management, restorative care, stroke care, and wound management; and home health, hospice, and assisted living. Beverly and Golden Living Centers was formerly known as Beverly Enterprises, Inc. The company was founded in 1963 and is based in Fort Smith, Arkansas. It has locations in Alabama, California, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, ...

1000 Fianna Way

Fort Smith, AR 72919

United States

Founded in 1963

34,300 Employees

Phone:

479-201-2000

Fax:

479-201-1101

Key Executives for Beverly and Golden Living Centers

President
Age: 47
Chief Executive Officer of Golden Living and President of Golden Living
Age: 63
President Of Ceres Purchasing Solutions and Senior Vice President of Procurement
Age: 53
President of AseraCare
Age: 49
President of Aegis Therapies
Age: 62
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Beverly and Golden Living Centers Key Developments

Golden Living Centers Appoints Michael Yao as Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs and National Medical Director

Golden Living Centers has named Michael Yao, M.D., Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs and National Medical Director. Dr. Yao will oversee and support the Medical Directors and attending physicians working within Golden LivingCenters and AseraCare Agencies. In addition, Dr. Yao will assist in the evaluation of leading-edge, evidence-based medical practices through the development and expansion of clinical specialty programs. Most recently, he was a Regional Medical Director for Golden LivingCenters in Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Golden Living Centers Appoints David Stordy as President

Golden Living has named David Stordy President of Golden Living Centers with responsibility for the operations of 304 Skilled Nursing Facilities in 21 states. In his new role, Stordy will guide the Golden LivingCenters as they focus on identifying and meeting the evolving healthcare needs of the communities they serve. Stordy, who joined Golden Living in 2008, previously was Senior Vice President of Operations for the Eastern Region of Golden LivingCenters, and earlier was a Division President of Golden LivingCenters. Prior to joining Golden Living, Stordy was Senior Vice President of the Northeast Division for SunBridge Healthcare.

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