Who is Girling Health Care? Are they associated with TRISUN Healthcare, Voyager HospiceCare, MBS Rehab, MBS Integrated Care, MBS Pharmacy and Harden Healthcare?


Girling Health Care provides a wide range of home healthcare services, with operations in Alabama, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia.

Harden Healthcare provides a continuum of care addressing a range of healthcare needs, including rehabilitation, home healthcare, assisted living, skilled nursing, pharmacy services and nurse practitioners for the long-term care industry and hospice care. The companies under the Harden umbrella include:

TRISUN Healthcare manages skilled nursing, rehabilitation and assisted living facilities in many areas throughout the state of Texas

MBS Rehab provides rehabilitation services in various clinical settings, particularly long-term care facilities

MBS Pharmacy provides medication services to long-term care facilities

Voyager HospiceCare provides hospice care in seven states, including Alabama, California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Texas.

MBS Integrated Care provides nurse practitioners who specialize in comprehensive geriatric medical care in a variety of environments, including long-term care facilities, hospice settings and in the home.

All of the Harden Healthcare companies share a similar approach to focusing on physical care, but also spiritual and emotional care as well. For example, all TRISUN Healthcare facilities have on-site chaplains who provide spiritual support to residents and their families.

Harden Healthcare began operations in January, 2002, with six long-term care facilities in Central Texas. Since that time, TRISUN Healthcare has grown to a total of 40 facilities and has expanded to San Antonio, the Corpus Christi area, San Angelo and the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The other Harden companies were added since then, but the philosophy has remained the same even as the company has grown at a significant rate.

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