Long-Term Care

Mirman, Bubman & Nahmias
16133 Ventura Blvd.
Suite 1175
Encino, CA 91436

Tel: (818) 451-4600
Fax: (818) 451-4620

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Long-Term Care Facilities Attorneys - Woodland Hills, California

Long-Term Care

Contact: Michael Bubman

We assist our clients, both strategically and operationally, in conducting their operations of long term care facilities, whether skilled nursing, assisted living or congregate care. We understand the issues that impact the delivery of health care in each of these settings, in order to help our long term care clients plan and react to the situations confronting them on a daily basis. We assist in the evaluation of the complexities of strategic planning and expansion, Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement, licensing and certification, governmental investigations, and state and federal regulatory issues, when helping clients manage their long term care enterprises. In addition, we assist long term care providers with acquisitions, financing, disposition and joint venture and management relationships.

Since our clients range in size, including both entrepreneurial nursing home and assisted living facility operations to large entities, we see the full spectrum of issues facing long term care providers, and that prepares us for all circumstances you may face.

We also engage in complex financing issues, including re-finance of long term care operations and workouts of troubled loans. As a result of our understanding of the nature of the industry, as well as our in-depth knowledge of banking and financial institutions, we have a unique ability to work with both sides to accomplish a positive result.

Our specialties include, among other things:

  • Strategic planning and expansion;
  • Purchase, sale and lease of facilities and equipment;
  • Compliance plan development;
  • Financial transactions involving long term care facilities;
  • Licensing and Certification issues;
  • Defending governmental investigations, including investigations by the California Department of Public Health, the Department of Justice and the Office of Inspector General;
  • Negotiation of partnership, management and employment contracts.