In October 1968, HCF, Inc. (Health Care Facilities) was formed by a small group of concerned individuals who recognized the need for compassionate and rehabilitative care for the sick and elderly. This small group laid the foundation and began the process of making quality nursing homes a reality.
Mr. Burton Rubens, Executive Vice President, proudly ran the company from 1968 to 1977 when Richard A. Unverferth, one of the original founders, agreed to take over. Richard A. Unverferth, along with his Board of Directors, masterfully guided HCF with his keen business sense and easy-going leadership style. This combination made him a natural leader for HCF where he became greatly admired.
Today, HCF is owned and operated by Jim Unverferth, President, who is a second generation of the Unverferth family. Jim joined the HCF family in 1977 and served in many rolls before becoming President in 1995. Jim has passionately upheld the founders’ goals and furthered their vision of compassionate care in today’s ever changing world.
HCF is recognized as a leader in long term care and is proud of its distinguished record of quality care. This is made possible through hard work of a large group of caring and dedicated employees who believe in the company’s mission.
Our company’s objective continues to be providing the very best care to the residents we serve, and to enhance the quality of life for residents, their families and our employees.
To be the best health care provider by constantly improving resident care, employee development and business results in the communities we serve.
Achieving our vision through people, planning and persistence with a constant attention to infinite detail.
To create an experience where everyone feels comfortable and cared for.