The State of California’s Master Plan for Aging states that by 2030, demand for residential care and housing will double. According to the Department of Human Services, at least 70 percent of the population over age 65 will require some type of post-acute care, including assisted living and skilled nursing or rehab services. It is projected that more than 1,200 new beds/units will be needed in the Greater Sacramento region.
Dr. Shelton Duruisseau and Allen Warren are determined to help meet this growing demand for senior care and housing. Duruisseau, a 32-year veteran of the industry who served as an associate vice chancellor for UC Davis Health, and Warren, who has more than 30 years of experience developing residential housing as the founder of New Faze Development, created Continuum Care Hospital LLC in 2018 to develop post-acute care facilities throughout the Greater Sacramento region.
“Our all-inclusive approach will help enable seniors to stay out of the acute care hospitals and near their homes — a great comfort and benefit to all.”
— Shelton Duruisseau, CEO
The dynamic duo recently negotiated a partnership with a national company that owns and operates short-term skilled nursing and rehab facilities throughout the United States to operate several new facilities on behalf of Continuum Care Hospital LLC across the region. One has already opened, another is scheduled for construction in August 2022 and a third will be developed in the fall of 2022.
“Our vision is to offer more than just assisted living or skilled nursing facilities, but also health care components such as urgent care clinics and adult day care on our campuses,” Duruisseau says. “Our all-inclusive approach will help enable seniors to stay out of the acute care hospitals and near their homes — a great comfort and benefit to all.”
Information related to any of our projects may be directed to Shelton Duruisseau, Ph.D., Continuum Care Hospital LLC, sduruisseau[at]quantumcareplace.com.