January 9, 2020

Pure Healthcare Unveils New Facility at Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Pure Healthcare celebrated the grand opening of its new building on Wednesday, Jan. 8, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the facility (2200 Miami Valley Dr., Centerville, Ohio 45459).

The three-story, 36,000-square-foot building is located behind the Miami Valley Hospital South campus. The mission of Pure Healthcare is to provide individualized, person-centered supportive care services to help those it is privileged to serve maximize their quality of life, empowering them to thrive and succeed living independently.

“As we enter a new era in healthcare, it is becoming more important than ever to ensure our community is taken care of in a way that matters now and for future generations,” said Kent Anderson, FACHE, CEO of Ohio’s Hospice. “By taking a moment to reset, refocus and fine-tune the way we approach care, we can provide the very best quality of care to those living with chronic health conditions.”

Pure Healthcare is a new offering in healthcare, supported by palliative care experts. By providing individualized, person-centered education, supportive care and health services, it will maximize the quality of life of individuals, enabling them to thrive and live independently.

Anthony Evans serves as president of Pure Healthcare. He will focus his efforts on ensuring that this first-of-its kind care model will be a welcome resource for those facing complex medical conditions, chronic illnesses and quality-of-life issues.

“By taking a person-centered care approach and addressing more than a person’s symptoms, Pure Healthcare is working to make healthcare better,” Evans said. “At Pure Healthcare, we value the unique circumstance of each person we serve.”

Chirag Patel, MD, FAAHPM, is the chief medical officer for Pure Healthcare. A leader in palliative and chronic care initiatives, he is dedicated to ensuring patients receive easier-to-access care that puts the whole person at the center.

“Pure Healthcare will develop an individual-based plan to improve health and quality of life of our patients,” Patel said. “Our palliative care experts will collaborate and coordinate with primary and other health care professionals to provide seamless transitions across healthcare settings and ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of health care services.”

Pure Healthcare is changing the approach to managing chronic illness. By providing person-centered care, it offers a solution that bridges the gap in healthcare that individuals frequently experience. Pure Healthcare provides a single point of care coordination, early education and stabilization of chronic health risks that align with a person’s goals, values and preferences. The comprehensive approach cares for the complete spectrum of needs for patients battling chronic illness.

“Pure Healthcare is focused on bringing individuals to maximum wellness in spite of chronic illness. So many suffer from depression, anxiety and guilt, which may be related to loss of independence, poor body image, fear of disease recurrence or even fear of death,” Evans said. “Engaging with Pure Healthcare’s whole person care teams can help individuals recover a sense of being, remember purpose, and return to being who they were prior to diagnosis.”