Kindred Healthcare is a healthcare services company that operates nursing homes, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers.
The company was founded in 1985 as Vencor, Inc.
Kindred operates in four divisions. The Transitional Care Hospital division provides long-term care to medically complex patients. The Nursing and Rehabilitation Services division operates nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and assisted living centers.
Care Management provides hospice, home health, and private nursing in patient’s homes. RehabCare is Kindred’s division that provides hospital rehabilitation and outpatient services.
Today Kindred Healthcare has 97 transitional care hospitals, 98 nursing centers, 21 sub-acute units, 153 Kindred at Home hospice and home health locations, and 104 inpatient rehabilitation units. RehabCare serves 1,875 non-affiliated facilities.
Kindred Healthcare trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol KND, is #441 in the Fortune 500, has 40,000 employees, and had $5.01 billion in revenue in 2013.