Where is Kindred Healthcare Corporate office Headquarters
Kindred Healthcare Headquarters Address and Contact
Kindred Healthcare Headquarters Location & Directions
Kindred Healthcare Headquarters Executive Team
Benjamin A. Breier
CEO & President
John J. Lucchese
CFO, Chief Accounting Officer, Senior VP & Corporate Controller
Kent H. Wallace
Executive VP & COO
Peter K. Kalmey
President of Hospital Division
President of Kindred Rehabilitation Services
Senior Vice President of Continue the Care
Richard L. Algood
Senior Vice President of Reimbursement
William M. Altman
Executive VP of Strategy & Chief of Staff
Chief Operating Officer of Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals
Sally L. Brooks
Chief Medical Officer
About Kindred Healthcare, History and Headquarters Information
Kindred Healthcare is a health-care services company in the United States that specializes in long term acute care hospitals and rehabilitation services throughout the country. Founded in 1985 as Vencor Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky, it got its present name in 2001 when it came out of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
By the end of March 2018, the company had employed over 38,000 employees in its centers spread over 45 states and has an annual revenue of nearly $3.4 billion.
With headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky, the executive team includes Benjamin A Breier as the CEO and President, John J Lucchese as the CFO, Chief Accounting Officer, Senior VP and Corporate Controller, Kent H Wallace as the Executive VP and COO, Peter K Kalmey as the President of the Hospital Division, Jason Zachariah as the President of Rehabilitation Services, Barmi Akbar as the Senior VP of Continue the Care, Richard L Algood as the Senior VP of Reimbursement, William M Attman as the Executive VP of Strategy and Chief of Staff, Russ Bailey as the COO of In-Patient Rehabilitation Hospitals and Sally L Brooks as the Chief Medical Officer.
I couldn’t agree with “tb” more. It has now been three years since the staff at Kindred Hospital in Kansas City hastened my son’s death. Patient care was really bad, and I am glad Kindred Hospital in Kansas City has closed. Nurses neglected patients to sit at nurses’ station and visit, snack, apply make-up, etc. Nurses even initialized they had read Nursing Supervisor’s instructions but then proceeded not only to give my son the Cumadin (which was to have been stopped) but took it upon themselves (with no orders from anyone) to administer Heparin shots also to my son over the weekend before he was to have surgery. Because of the improper treatment, my son could not have the surgery and passed away unexpectedly that very day. He should still be here to celebrate his birthday on December 26, but thanks to Kindred, rather than celebrating my son’s birthday, I am still mourning the loss of my handsome and loving son. His young son is still mourning the loss of his dad also.
I am not surprised you are selling your skilled nursing and rehab facilities for profit. It’s all about money not about the patient. Your Spring Valley rehab facility put my husband and me through hell. My husband has since passed and the stress of Kindred didn’t help. When I wrote corporate and the Director a letter about it I never received a response. from either, which didn’t surprise me because Kindred doesn’t care about the patient. It’s all about the money. Kindred’s patient care was really bad and we are all better off without Kindred skilled nursing and rehab facilities. I am celebrating.