About Covenant Care

We Are Family Serving Families.

Covenant Care was founded in 1994 by healthcare industry professionals who wanted to create a company that would exceed customer expectations through quality care. Through modest and focused growth, our “Family” has grown to include over 8,000 healthcare professionals in over 30 healthcare and rehabilitation centers. We care for over 4,000 residents and patients in our facilities. We take pride in the fact that we have sent over 8,000 patients home or to a more independent-living care setting over the last year.

We measure success one patient at a time. Our highly trained, dedicated professionals deliver care that allows our patients to achieve their highest level of independence.

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Awards & Accreditation

100% of our eligible facilities have achieved either a Bronze or Silver National Quality Award!

Over the last five years, Covenant Care has embraced the American Heath Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) National Quality Award Program as
a core management philosophy. The program has provided a pathway for our facilities to journey towards performance excellence.

Service Excellence

At Covenant Care, our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve.

We measure this success one resident at a time. Our highly trained, dedicated professionals deliver care that allows our residents to achieve their highest level of independence through the use of adaptive, innovative and progressive strategies.


At Covenant Care, our employees are the key to providing quality care.

Covenant Care is a company that relies on teamwork to provide the highest quality of professional healthcare services to the patients we serve, their families, and the communities in which we do business. Because we believe that each healthcare center should reflect the needs and local requirements in each city, the name of your healthcare center may be different from the parent organization.

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We would like to thank you again for visiting Covenant Care web site. Please read carefully the following which is part of Covenant Care’s Privacy and Copyright Policies.


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“I sent friends and my husband around to scout out places for me and they walked into Silver Hills and it smelled good and was clean and fresh. I am getting excellent physical and occupational therapy, and was recently discharged from occupational therapy because I met all my criteria.”

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