Mark Fritz’s plans to provide complex or “heavy” transitional care for post-acute patients date back more than a decade, to when he founded Remington Medical Resorts in Texas. Now, after having helped out the struggling developer Mainstreet for a couple of years, his Bridgemoor Transitional Care — renamed from Rapid Recovery Centers — has emerged with a handful of year-old buildings and renewed vigor to provide higher-acuity care. It’s an approach that is expected to capitalize on changes that come October 1 with the Patient-Driven Payment Model. Fritz spoke with McKnight’s Editor James M. Berklan recently about forming, staffing and operating a medically transformative brand of care.
WEBSTER, Texas – Bridgemoor Transitional Care’s newly constructed, $20 million short-term rehabilitation center in Webster will open to the public on April 18, 2019. The facility will provide personalized, cost-effective transitional care following a hospital visit that enables patients to regain their highest level of independence as quickly as possible.
Rapid Recovery Center of Webster on Feb. 11 changed its name to Bridgemoor Transitional Care Webster. The short-term rehabilitation facility at 16130 Galveston Road, Webster, offers clinical care for post-surgery patients in a modern and new setting that serves as a bridge between hospital and home.
The operations of four rehab-focused skilled nursing facilities developed by Mainstreet have been sold to a former company executive and his newly formed operating firm, Skilled Nursing News has learned.
Led by Mark Fritz, who helped create the “Rapid Recovery Center” model for the Carmel, Ind.-based senior care developer, Bridgemoor now operates the quartet of buildings in Fort Worth, Round Rock, San Antonio, and Webster, Texas.
AUSTIN, Texas – Rapid Recovery Center (RRC), a premier post-acute health care provider in Texas, today announced its new name, Bridgemoor Transitional Care. The company has locations in Round Rock, San Antonio, Fort Worth and Webster that are open and accepting patients.