In The News: Home Health Giant Bayada Sees Rapid Growth in Senior Living Division

Female Senior Smiling with BAYADA Therapist

Brandywine Living at Dresher Estates Residents with BAYADA Therapist

Brandywine Living and BAYADA partnership referenced in Senior House News Article

One the largest providers of home health care in the United States is rapidly growing its business division focused on providing services within senior living communities.

Moorestown, New Jersey-based Bayada Home Health Care launched its Bayada Senior Living arm about a decade ago, recognizing a market need. Now, that division of Bayada is growing even faster than its core business of providing Medicare-reimbursed skilled care in people’s homes, CEO David Baiada told Senior Housing News.

It’s been about 10 months since Baiada became the company’s CEO, taking over the role from his father, J. Mark Baiada, who founded the business in 1975. Since that time, Bayada has grown into an enterprise with annual revenue of more than $1 billion and more than 23,000 employees across 335 locations in five countries.

In another recent change for the company, it opened a new corporate support center a year ago, in Pennsauken, New Jersey. The support center spans two buildings, with room for about 400 workers who were previously spread across six counties in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Those employees are moving into the new space on a rolling basis. Bayada has renovated the buildings, installing a production studio for shooting video, a spacious cafe, and a variety of work spaces—and doing away with private offices altogether, including for the new CEO.

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