Saginaw Senior Care & Rehab as a long and rich history of quality care . Saginaw Senior Care & Rehab Center opened in late 1960’s and was¬†acquired¬†by Martin Luther Memorial Home (MLMH), Inc. in 1973. ¬†MLMH was a non-profit facility owned by the Michigan District of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. The center was a 71 bed facility until 1997, at which time it became an 86 bed facility as it added 15 religious based beds. ¬†Project Compassion (PCI), Inc., a non-profit non-denominational Christian organization ¬†acquired the facility from MLMH in 2004. ¬†In 2009, Nexcare Health Sytems acquired the business from PCI. ¬†At this same time, the facility changed back to 71 beds as we were no longer able to utilize the previous 15 religious based beds.
MLMH had a 2 million dollar renovation in 1996 – 1997 and added 24 new rooms. ¬†This allowed the facility to go from 1 private room in 1996 to the current set up of 37 private rooms and 17 semi private rooms. ¬†The business has changed significantly over time, ¬†as the acuity has increased greatly and rehabilitation has become an integral part of our business