Revere Healthcare, Ltd., the Developer and Operator
Development. Revere’s senior and special populations housing and healthcare professionals have maintained a watchful eye on the growing number of seniors, individuals with disabilities, young adults with autism, and other special populations and their increasing need for quality, attractive, affordable housing. Our development consulting services are in response to the growing, changing and complex needs, challenges and expenditures faced by senior housing and long-term care providers.
Today’s populations are looking for all the comforts of home with all the perks of a five-star hotel. The provider’s challenge is to offer more amenities and services while maintaining affordability. Revere observed the trend early, but most importantly, saw the need and is doing something about it. Revere has taken the initiative to study various means to provide comfortable quality living units at an affordable price. We have devised an affordable process for you to create an affordable project for your residents.
Typical units are affordable and comfortable, with plentiful common areas for dining, lounging, or socializing with neighbors. Revere has made the concept affordable by working directly with experienced, professional design-build firms to create a prototype that keeps construction costs well within sight.
With over $500,000,000 in financing and development oversight, Revere’s growth has been the result of satisfying the needs of senior living clients. The scope of Revere’s consulting services incorporates comprehensive feasibility analysis, financing options, and project management to produce creatively financed, well-managed, and strategically located facilities.
Revere’s typical development consulting services include:
- Needs analysis
- Financial analysis
- Cash flow budgeting
- Complete project planning
- Financing guidance
- Operational planning
- Regulatory approvals
- Design and construction oversight
Operations. Revere has served the post-acute health care, special populations and older adult professions since 1985 with Revere’s senior staff having over 300 years of hands-on operating experience. Revere’s vast experience includes planning, development, marketing, repositioning and management. Revere have served hundreds of clients in over forty states based on Revere commitment to providing superior services and delivering them cost effectively.
Throughout its history, Revere has expanded its service offering to best serve the evolving needs of its clients. This approach allows Revere to become a trusted partner and gives its clients the tools necessary to best meet your objectives. Today, Revere’s range of services includes consulting, development, marketing and management.
Revere has vast hands-on experience housing and healthcare including facility planning, financing, development, marketing, support services, and management. Highlights of Revere’s experience include: hundreds of clients spanning more than 25 years of service; over $500,000,000 in project development and financing oversight; full-service management and marketing services to over 10,000 units; completion of over 250 feasibility studies; over 20,000 hours of interim leadership staffing management; extensive experiencing working with sponsors on HUD projects, particularly older adult housing and nursing facility/assisted living (section 232) projects. This experience includes the performance of market research, preparation of financial feasibility studies, development consulting, marketing, and management.
|Manage and Operate||Revere trains the management team and monitors them as they manage all aspects of running the facility with the exception of the actual medical procedures. Revere implements standardized operating procedures, coding and billing, and management information systems. This ensures that each center operates uniformly and efficiently and provides a consistently high level of care for patients. This standardization also makes it easier to scale.|
|Quality Assurance (“QA”)||Revere ensures that its centers set the highest standards. Revere has a standardized QA program throughout its network to both verify operations and patient treatment.|
|Continuous Improvement & Best Practices||Revere works to constantly refine processes throughout the facility, including business development, finance, design, construction, training and operations. Revere analyzes and benchmarks every aspect of its business to identify and implement best practices throughout its network.|
|Marketing||Revere accepts the relationship of trust and confidence established between Revere and Client. Revere will work with the client to ensure that the marketing program facilitates the client’s intent but with the goal of also meeting the need of the market being served by the project. Also see marketing plan.|
Revere has created efficient and practical designs for its facilities by leveraging the experience obtained from its involvement in over 450 projects. Compared to other facilities, Revere believes that its facilities incorporate significant design features that allow it to operate much more efficiently.
- Hundreds of clients spanning over forty (40) states and over 25 years of service to the healthcare, special populations and residential communities
- Completed over $500 million in project development
- Completed hundreds of feasibility and repositioning studies
- Full-service management and marketing services to over 10,000 units
- Over 20,000 hours of interim leadership staffing management
- Featured guest speaker at numerous state and national associations
- Long-term and repeat clientele
The following is biographical information concerning the management of Revere:
Grant C. Shumway, Ph.D., Team Leader. Dr. Shumway has close to thirty years of experience in the post-acute health care, residential, and long-term care industries. His background encompasses feasibility, development, marketing, and management. In addition, he has administered several comprehensive community service programs. Prior to founding Revere Healthcare in 1985, Dr. Shumway served as Director of Older Adult Services for Lutheran General Health Care System. He also was senior consultant for Parkside Associates, Inc. He has also been Chief Executive Officer for a large retirement community and long-term care facility managed by Alexian Brothers Health Management. Further, he has directly supervised hundreds of strategic planning and feasibility studies, assisted in the financing, design and development of close to a billion dollars in construction and directed the marketing and management of thousands of units.
John Smith, C.A., Reimbursement Consultant. Mr. Smith has over thirty years’ experience in health care finance. Prior to joining Revere in 1999, Mr. Smith served as a Vice President of Finance for a 556-bed nursing home chain. Mr. Smith has an extensive background in post-acute health care reimbursement through positions at Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois, Alexian Brothers of America, Aetna, and Debes Corporation/Alden. Mr. Smith has a degree from the London School of Accountancy and is a Fellow of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (CPA equivalent).
Pamela A. Shumway, N.H.A., R.N., M.S., Operations Consultant. Mrs. Shumway has more than twenty-five years’ experience in the health care and long-term care industries. Since joining Revere in 1988, she has served as Executive Director, Administrator, Assistant Administrator, and Director of Nursing within various projects in both turn-around situations and standard operating situations. Currently, she is responsible for overseeing the operations of multiple independent, assisted living, dementia, skilled nursing and sub-acute units. Mrs. Shumway also has assisted in the development of multiple retirement communities, as well as, facilities providing all levels of long-term care. Prior to joining Revere, she served as Assistant Health Care Center Administrator, Administrator of Home Health and Assisted Living at Friendship Village in Schaumburg, Illinois (containing 624 independent living units, 30 assisted living units, and 180 nursing beds,) and as Director of Nursing at St. Paul’s Retirement Community located in South Bend, Indiana. Mrs. Shumway has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Administration and a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration from the College of St. Francis.
Carol A. Sichterman, M.A., R.D., L.D., Dietary Consultant. Ms. Sichterman, who joined Revere in 1990, has more than thirty-five years of experience in the health care industries. Her background in health care encompasses Administrative Dietitian positions in both hospitals and retirement communities. Ms. Sichterman has served as a consultant dietitian in the health care field for over twenty-eight years. She has served as an instructor at Western Michigan University and Kellogg Community College. She has been an active officer and member of the Michigan Dietetic Association for over twenty years.
John A. Dials, B.F.A., Graphic Design & Market Consultant. Mr. Dials is a graphic and web designer with eight years of experience providing marketing materials to clients in the health care industry. He joined Revere in 1998 after graduating with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from Northern Illinois University. Mr. Dials has designed collaterals for numerous marketing campaigns including complete identity/image creation or overhauls. Mr. Dials utilizes his experience and creativity to provide effective client solutions to design projects such as logos, letterhead, business cards, tri-folds, brochures, newspaper ads, web sites, multimedia presentations, postcards, surveys, posters, and signs.
C.Sue Harris, N.H.A., B.S.W., Operations Consultant. With over 30 years of experience in the healthcare arena, Mrs. Harris has given her life to serving the Senior population through volunteerism, Social Services, Marketing, Administrator, Executive Director, Consultant and Educator in higher learning institutions. Her background in healthcare includes, sub-acute short-term rehabilitation, long term care, hospice, and start-up projects for memory care, Community Based Residential Facilities, assisted and independent living environments. Within these operations Mrs. Harris has also focused her efforts in rescuing long-term care facilities at risk of closing as a “turn-around” specialist working with regulators and owners to bring facilities into financial and clinical compliance. Mrs. Harris has partnered in ministry with her husband for the past 37 years. She remains active within her community and has served on various Boards such as Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Catholic Charities – Meals on Wheels, Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Kiwanis and other local service organizations.
Carlo Salvador, AIA, LEED® AP, Development Consultant. Mr. Salvador’s leadership and knowledge of senior living and other environments is supported by over 37 years in the architecture and construction industries. His career has focused on using design of the built environment to positively impact the quality of life of its users. During his career he has been involved in planning, design and construction of educational, healthcare, housing, commercial and retail Communities; however, Mr. Salvador’s focus and passion is Senior Living. His involvement in all phases of projects, from development management and master planning through implementation and construction, allows him to offer clients realistic and financially attainable solutions that receive industry recognition and result in client satisfaction. During his career Mr. Salvador has planned and designed more than 18 + Independent Living Communities, 15 + CCRC’s, 20 + Assisted Living Communities, 30 + Long Term Care Communities and 15 + Memory Care Communities. Mr. Salvador is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and National Council of Architectural Registration Board (NCARB), member of Central Baptist Village Board of Directors, as well as a past member of Catholic Charities Senior Residential Services Division Advisory Board. Carlo is a licensed architect in Illinois and Wisconsin.