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The North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association (NCHCFA) is a nonprofit trade association of skilled nursing care centers located throughout North Carolina.
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The North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association (NCHCFA) is a nonprofit trade association of skilled nursing care centers located throughout North Carolina. Started in 1955 and representing 90% of the skilled nursing and post-acute care centers in the state, NCHCFA is the state’s oldest and largest association of post-acute and long term care providers. NCHCFA is dedicated to supporting its members as they provide quality care to North Carolina’s elderly residents.
In 1950, the first two licenses were issued by the North Carolina State Board of Public Welfare for what are now known as today’s Skilled Nursing Facilities. Prior to this, Homes for the Aged, Boarding Homes and Family Care Homes, were often started by families in their private residences to care for the elderly in their community.
Throughout the 50’s and 60’s, many NC counties operated County Homes for the aged for those without families to care for them. The quality of care varied greatly from county to county. With great vision and foresight, the Pioneers that founded our Association recognized the need to organize in order to provide more consistent, high quality, and compassionate care in a more home-like environment throughout North Carolina.
In the decades that followed, our growth continued and big changes were on the horizon as the North Carolina Medicaid program was began on January 1, 1970.
We know where we’ve been and we know where we need to go. We have become the voice for our State’s most vulnerable citizens. We are effective because our Members are committed to quality and compassionate care.
The challenges faced decades ago are very similar to those we confront today: delivering quality services in a reasonable regulatory environment with fair payment for services. The continued growth of long-term care and the increased cost associated with that growth, will cause greater demand for accountability and efficiencies.
We remain prepared and well-positioned to drive the discussions and solutions that will impact North Carolina’s Skilled Nursing Providers. That’s what we do.