Long Term Care in Missouri
At Frankel, Rubin, Klein, Siegel, Payne & Pudlowski, P.C., we offer clients the advantages of a combination of a concentrated healthcare law practice with emphasis in the area of the representation of developers and providers of long term care along the continuum of care spectrum, including, but not limited to the various levels of assisted living, independent senior living, intermediate and skilled-care nursing facilities, and long term acute care hospital care, along with accessory provider services, such as dialysis centers, therapy, and business and real estate law practices, so that our lawyers can offer all services from the assembly and acquisition of real property, zoning, certificate of need, construction, licensing and ongoing operation of long term care facilities.
Long term care is a constantly expanding and changing part of the health care industry, which client-representation by attorneys, whose practices are concentrated in the area of long term care. Mark S. Rubin, has spent more than thirty (30) years practicing in the area of healthcare law, including the specialized area of long term care, and has seen the vast changes in the caring for our ever-increasing elderly population, including the development of various levels of care to increasingly dependent residents, who are now able to enjoy their lives and be as independent as their health allows them to be, as a result of the continuum of care for the elderly, as it continues to expand.
In addition to the area of long term care within healthcare law, our law firm has considerable experience in and assists with business planning, organization, and mergers and acquisitions, with particular emphasis upon the representation of long term care developers and providers, physicians and physician groups, the home health sector, and other specialized healthcare service providers.