Whether you’re a first time community owner or a seasoned pro, the development phase for a brand new senior living community can be rather complex. There are several components that go into community planning, and the development phase can be tough if you’re unsure of your community’s direction. For this reason, having a team such as the Visiting Nurse Management Company by your side can be beneficial in more ways than one. Here are four ways the VNMC can help owners/investors find success in the development phase.
Save on construction costs – The VNMC has seen three communities from the development phase through construction to completion, with a fourth currently in the design phase as we speak. Our experience has shown us where and in what capacity cost savings can be made when developing a community. The earlier the VNMC is brought on, the sooner we can utilize our expertise to help you build a better community.
Design a more efficient community – In our experience, the overall efficiency of a community’s design is vital to its success. With poor design strategy can come a number of unforeseen issues. The VNMC has extensive experience collaborating with contractors and design professionals to plan communities with efficiency in mind, making better-quality communities for both the staff and the future residents alike.
Create a unique marketing strategy – With over 40 years of senior care experience, the VNMC has a unique understanding of which marketing strategies are most relevant to seniors. Our team can assist with a preopening plan of action, to include market research specific to your area, preopening direct mailings, grand opening events, and much more.
Utilize a group of industry professionals – Since we began constructing assisted living communities, we’ve made connections with exemplary industry professionals we feel are the best in the business. As a client of the VNMC, your senior living community will stand to benefit from a pool of individuals who possess a keen understanding of community development.
For more information on community development with the VNMC, call 866-325-1772.