Fee Stubblefield, Founder of The Springs Living, Named To The Oregon Health Care Association Board of Directors for 2017
Friday, 13 October 2017 Stubblefield will serve as Board Chair
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) October 13, 2017
The Springs Living announced that the Founder and CEO of the locally owned senior housing company has been named Board Chair of the Oregon Health Care Association.
Fee Stubblefield, founder of The Springs Living, is one of the16 members of the Oregon Health Care Association (OHCA) Board, whose commitment and service help the OHCA improve lives by advancing quality long-term care in Oregon.
Founded in 1950, OHCA improves the lives of seniors and people with disabilities by promoting quality long-term care in Oregon. A statewide, nonprofit trade association, OHCA is the largest long term care trade association in Oregon, representing more than 1,000 organizations and 90 percent of long term care providers in the state.
“We are excited for Fee to serve as OHCA’s next board chair,” said Jim Carlson, President and CEO of the Oregon Health Care Association. “Fee is an innovator and a strong leader. He has helped build an amazing culture in his own organization, and I am confident he will be a strong leader for OHCA and members of the long term care and senior housing profession throughout Oregon.”
Members of the board represent all types of OHCA members, including assisted living facilities, residential care facilities, in-home care, multi-facility, independent nursing facilities, and OHCA business partners.
About The Springs Living
The Springs Living is a locally owned senior housing company headquartered in McMinnville, Oregon. Founded in 1996, The Springs Living has grown steadily, and currently has 11 retirement communities in Oregon and four in Montana. The Springs Living focuses on offering seniors continued care with living options including independent living, assisted living and memory care. For more information about The Springs Living visit: http://www.TheSpringsLiving.com
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