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Louisville, KY 40222


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  • Intensive Care Units & Cardiac Care Units
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When asked “how efficient is your skilled nursing respiratory unit ?” many SNF executives answer “we are just fine”.
How can you know your unit is “just fine” when you have never had anything to compare it too !!!
In house Respiratory expertise may be great but in most cases it is truly “in-house”.
For 25 years ALRS has been trusted by State Agencies and Skilled Nursing Chains to operate and maintain sophisticated vent and trach units under an all-inclusive agreement.
At ALRS we have recently decided to share our expertise with those facilities who have chosen to operate Respiratory specialty units.
We can provide your facility with an intensive on-site assessment of your existing unit including cost analysis, acuity index, staffing efficiency, equipment, disposable usage, compliance and many other parameters which will be “Benchmarked” and compared with our national standards.

  • On-site weekly rounds by local Pulmonologist
  • High Clinician to Patient ratio
  • Dedicated Unit provides focus on patient needs
  • Nurses receive specific pulmonary training
  • Dedicated Respiratory Therapist provides one on one treatment and rehabilitation
  • Full compliment of diagnostic equipment available on site
    Trach decannulation and oxygen weaning programs are integral part of unit
  • 25 to 30% of Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) admissions have a primary pulmonary diagnosis
  • 35 to 40% of SNF admissions have a secondary pulmonary and/or cardiac diagnosis
  • Up to 60% of hospital re-admissions are due to pulmonary or cardiac issues
  • It is estimated that 70% of hospital re-admissions could be prevented with early intervention
  • Hospitals are now penalized for frequent re-admissions