GrandView Pharmacy Professional Affiliations
LeadingAge Indiana is an association representing not-for-profit services and facilities for the elderly. Members are non-profit organizations, providing high quality health care, services and housing for over 25,000 seniors throughout Indiana. Our members are sponsored by or affiliated with religious, fraternal, governmental, and community organizations. Click here to learn more.
Indiana Health Care Association (IHCA) / Indiana Center for Assisted Living (ICAL)
The Indiana Health Care Association/Indiana Center for Assisted Living (IHCA/INCAL) is Indiana’s largest trade association and advocate representing skilled nursing, assisted living communities and independent living. Click here to learn more.
Indiana Assisted Living Association (INLA)
The Indiana Assisted Living Association believes assisted living brings a housing option to seniors which offers quality housing and caring assistance in the least prescriptive manner, provided by individuals with the highest professional standards. The Association encourages a residential environment that enhances social interaction and promotes the quality of life. Click here to learn more.
LeadingAge Kentucky was founded in 1977. The association represents not-for-profit community, church, proprietary and government sponsored health care facilities, retirement communities, assisted living, housing and service programs for the elderly and the disabled. Click here to learn more.
Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities (KAHCF)
Established in 1954, the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities (KAHCF) is the trade association that represents propriety and nonproprietary nursing facilities and personal care homes across the Commonwealth. One of the state affiliates of the American Health Care Association, KAHCF provides a wide variety of services to member facilities including legislative and regulatory activities, professional development, statewide recognition programs, publications, media relations, research and advocacy relations. Click here to learn more.
Since 1968, LeadingAge Michigan has been proudly representing mission-based providers who serve frail seniors and adults with disability through the full array of post acute and long term services and supports. We are the only statewide association in Michigan that represents the entire continuum of post-acute and long term services and supports. Click here to learn more.
Health Care Association of Michigan (HCAM)
HCAM is the premier professional association representing nursing and rehabilitation communities including for and not for profit, county medical care and hospital based providers. The mission of the Health Care Association of Michigan is to promote excellence in senior care by providing support, information and advocacy on behalf of the members we represent. Click here to learn more.
LeadingAge Ohio is a nonprofit trade association that represents approximately 500 long-term care organizations and hospices, as well as those providing ancillary health care and housing services, in more than 150 Ohio towns and cities. The continuum of care reflected by the member organizations serve an estimated 400,000 elderly Ohioans annually and employ more than 35,000 persons statewide. Click here to learn more.
Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA)
The Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) is proud to represent more than 920 skilled nursing care facilities, assisted living communities and providers of care and services to individuals with Intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD). The Association was established in 1946 to meet the needs of the state’s growing number of long-term care professionals, which today totals more than 100,000 exceptional men and women who care for Ohio’s most frail and vulnerable citizens. Click here to learn more.
Ohio Centers for Assisted Living (OCAL)
Assisted living is one of the fastest growing sectors of the long-term care profession. That growth has brought with it interest on the part of lawmakers, advocacy groups and the media. In an effort to convey the assisted living message fully and accurately, the Ohio Centers for Assisted Living (OCAL) represents the interests of Ohio’s residential care community. Click here to learn more.
Ohio Centers for Intellectual Disabilities (OCID)
Providing services for the ID/DD population is an important component of the long-term care continuum in Ohio. With rapidly changing advances in care and services, ICF-IID and home and community based (HCBS) care has captured much interest on the part of lawmakers, advocacy groups and the media. In an effort to convey the message of ICF-IID and HCBS waiver providers and to advocate fully and forcefully, the Ohio Health Care Association formed the Ohio Centers for Intellectual Disabilities (OCID). Click here to learn more.
Ohio Assisted Living Association (OALA)
The Ohio Assisted Living Association (OALA) represents the largest number of assisted living communities of any organization in the state. Representing over 460 Ohio communities, we are a strong voice on all issues affecting assisted living. Our mission is to promote the continued growth of quality assisted living in Ohio, and to ensure its place as an integral part of the long-term care continuum. To accomplish our mission, we support assisted living providers through representation, information dissemination and education on all aspects of assisted living and act as a resource for the public on assisted living. Click here to learn more.
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)
The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) is the only international professional society devoted to optimal medication management and improved health outcomes for all older persons. Founded in 1969, ASCP is a non-profit membership organization currently based in Alexandria, VA. Click here to learn more.
National Community Pharmacy Association (NCPA)
The National Community Pharmacists Association, founded in 1898, represents America’s community pharmacists, including the owners of more than 22,000 pharmacies. The nation’s community pharmacies, pharmacy franchises, and regional chains dispense nearly half of the nation’s retail prescription medications.Click here to learn more.
American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA)
In 1962, a group of farsighted professionals in the field of gerontology saw the need to prepare for the rapid growth of this profession, which has a recorded history of more than three thousand years of effort to extend the length and to enhance the quality of life in later years. So, the American College of Nursing Home Administrators was founded. Since 1962, ACHCA has evolved to include all Long Term Care administrators as the American College of Health Care Administrators. Click here to learn more.
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