Asbury is committed to improving the services we provide to residents and the greater community by staying true to our Methodist roots of “moving towards perfection.” Asbury has set its focus on organizational excellence by implementing leadership initiatives, embracing person-centered services with our partner Planetree, and owning a commitment to quality through accreditation.
In any industry, it’s important to continually strive to discover new and better ways to serve the people who put their trust in you. Some key areas of focus in our organization are:
We are dedicated to redefining aging services. As we continue to evolve and change, our Mission “to do all the good we can by providing exceptional lifestyle opportunities to those we serve” will position us for the future. Every person we serve is unique, and every change is an opportunity for growth. Anticipate More and join us as we continue to find new ways to enhance the lives of those we serve.
In 2019, Asbury affiliated with Albright Care Services, Inc., a faith-based, non-profit organization serving Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna Valley that opened its doors in 1916 as the United Evangelical Home. Like Asbury, Albright shares a commitment to encouraging purposeful living through personalized, progressive, and compassionate senior communities deeply rooted in serving others. Albright is affiliated in faith with the Susquehanna Conference of The United Methodist Church. Albright Care Services brought two continuing care retirement communities, pharmacy services, as well as low-income HUD housing for seniors, and regional LIFE Centers operating under the federal Programs for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) program to the Asbury organization.
Asbury’s Clinical Education Program brings decades of health care services administration and nursing experience spanning a wide spectrum of settings and roles and includes a Vice President of Post-Acute Health Services, Vice President of Clinical Excellence, Director of Clinical Support Services, Director of Quality Assurance, and Director of Clinical Analytics. Team members collaborate with nursing staff across our organization to achieve high quality, innovative programming, and ensure the utilization of technology and clinical data to achieve strong outcomes.
Every Asbury Continuing Care Retirement Community has earned accreditation by CARF International. This achievement is a testament to our commitment to quality as fewer than 20 percent of the nation’s not-for-profit retirement living organizations hold this honor.
CARF accreditation means that an independent survey team has conducted an intensive on-site survey to measure a community against more than 1,100 indicators of quality, including financial standards that relate to a community’s long-term viability. Once a community has earned accreditation, it participates in a review of financial indicators each year and accommodates an on-site evaluation by a survey team every five years.
At Asbury we are also proud of our affiliation with the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries and EAGLE Accreditation Commission. EAGLE is specifically designed for faith-based, health and wellness organizations committed to Mission. EAGLE conducts on-site peer surveys that assess how well organizations are operating in a challenging human services environment and how their culture aligns with faith-based values. Asbury associates serve on the UMA Board and as EAGLE peer reviewers. We are honored to hold EAGLE accreditation in Maryland and Pennsylvania and to have earned EAGLE Innovation Awards in 2018 and 2019, as well as an EAGLE Best Practice Award in 2019.
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