DALLAS, March 4, 2019 – With the number of Medicare beneficiaries expected to increase from 57 Million to over 80 Million in the next 15 years and the life expectancy of the 65 year and older population expected to increase, the demand for inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) is rising. Nobis Rehabilitation Partners launches with a goal to develop advanced IRFs with optimized physical design and operational functionality to serve the needs of this rising population.
“We are excited to bring new IRFs to the communities that need them the most,” said Chester Crouch, CEO of Nobis. “We will be partnering with strategic hospitals, investors, and developers to create innovative facilities that provide industry leading inpatient physical rehabilitative care to our patients. Nobis, along with its partners, plans to open and operate many of these facilities over the next few years.”
About Nobis Rehabilitation Partners
Nobis Rehabilitation Partners brings together hospitals, developers, and investment partners to develop, operate, and manage inpatient rehabilitation facilities (“IRFs”) throughout the United States. With vast experience developing IRFs across the country, the Nobis team has refined both the physical design and operational functionality of the hospital; ultimately streamlining outcomes and profitability.