Recent SRP Medical Press

2.22.16

Oceans Behavioral Hospital San Marcos expands services Oceans Healthcare
Oceans Behavioral Hospital San Marcos, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery, today announced the opening of its intensive outpatient program. Read More »

2.4.16

Depression screening guidelines were ‘overdue,’ experts say Oceans Healthcare
Following the recently expanded guidelines from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, which now recommends depression screening for all U.S. adults over the age of 18 as part of routine healthcare, including for pregnant and postpartum women, several experts told Healthcare Dive they agreed it was time. Read More »

12.31.15

The Village at Mapleshade opens for residents PRWeb
The newest senior living community in Plano is now open. The Village at Mapleshade, a new assisted living community hosted a very successful grand opening event to celebrate the occasion. Read More »

11.27.15

New Denton Assisted Living and Memory Care opens in 2016 Integral Senior Living
The Village Assisted Living & Memory Care, a new senior living community, recently broke ground and began construction. Located in Denton, Texas the new community will offer assisted living and memory care for residents. Read More »

11.19.15

Oceans Behavioral hospitals named top performers by the Joint Commission Oceans Healthcare
The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in the United States, today recognized six Oceans Healthcare hospitals in Louisiana and Texas as 2014 Top Performers on Key Quality Measures®. Read More »

07.23.15

Oceans Healthcare expands behavioral health services with opening of San Marcos hospital Oceans Healthcare
Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health provider focused on the healing and long-term recovery of older adults and seniors, and SRP Medical, a healthcare investment and development company, are proud to announce the expansion of behavioral health services in San Marcos with the opening of Oceans Behavioral Hospital San Marcos. Read More »

07.20.15

With millions more expected to develop Alzheimer's, more research funding demanded
 Los Angeles Times
Over the next 35 years, about 28 million baby boomers will likely develop Alzheimer’s disease, and the annual bill for their care will balloon from $11.9 billion in 2020 to more than $328 billion in 2040, says an analysis released Monday. Read More »

06.17.15

In booming Hays County, mental health care services prove to be a growing need Community Impact Newspaper
Hays County has one mental health care provider for every 1,158 residents—a ratio that places the county 51st out of the 254 counties in the state, according to rankings compiled by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Read More »

12.13.14

Road to health: New parkway drawing medical facilities to southwest Fort Worth Business
The Chisholm Trail Parkway may eventually bring a new campus for Tarleton State University to the area, but it already is bringing several new medical facilities to southwest Fort Worth. Oceans Behavioral Hospital Fort Worth, a 48-bed, 34,000-square-foot… Read More »

10.23.14

New Plano Behavioral Hospital Begins Seeing Patients D Healthcare Daily
The Oceans Behavioral Hospital Plano is now officially seeing patients older than 55 in need of behavioral health. The center provides care to adults with behavior disturbances and other brain-related degenerative conditions. Read More »

06.27.14

Behavioral hospital targeting seniors breaks ground in Katy Houston Business Journal
Louisiana-based Oceans Healthcare and SRP Medical, a Dallas-based health care investment and development company, this week broke ground on the first Oceans Behavioral Hospital in the Houston area, targeting the fast-growing senior population. Read More »

01.16.14

Top 10 Trends in Senior Housing for 2014 Senior Housing News
Faced with skyrocketing psychiatric visits to its emergency rooms, Methodist Healthcare next month will begin using video conferencing technology that allows psychiatrists nationwide to perform San Antonio patients' initial mental health evaluations... Read More »

11.06.13

Oceans to expand in DFW with Fort Worth, Plano hospitals Business Journals
While many fears may have subsided with the passage of the Fiscal Cliff legislation regarding individual taxes and other issues, fear, uncertainty and doubt remain over what it means to grow old in America—and how to pay for it. Personal fiscal certainty has gained footing, but the future for America's seniors remains less certain. "I agree with Democrats and Republicans that... Read More »

11.01.13

Ground Broken on New Fort Worth Hospital D Magazine
Oceans Healthcare and SRP Medical broke ground Wednesday on Oceans Behavioral Hospital Fort Worth, a 48-bed, 34,000 square-foot facility in the southwest part of the city. The facility is Oceans’ fifth hospital in Texas, and will be dedicated to providing specialized psychiatric treatment for the adult and geriatric population. It’s expected to open in April 2014... Read More »

01.07.13

Top 10 Trends in Senior Housing for 2013 Senior Housing News
While many fears may have subsided with the passage of the Fiscal Cliff legislation regarding individual taxes and other issues, fear, uncertainty and doubt remain over what it means to grow old in America—and how to pay for it. Personal fiscal certainty has gained footing, but the future for America's seniors remains less certain. "I agree with Democrats and Republicans that... Read More »

10.30.12

Two New Development Projects for SRP Medical D Magazine
New senior living communities are coming to McKinney and Fort Worth, courtesy of SRP Medical and Frontier Management. SRP Medical, formerly a healthcare division for The Staubach Co., will break ground on the new residences by the end of the year, with completion scheduled for January 2014. The 107-unit, 80,000-square-foot McKinney project, at the corner of Stonebridge Drive and... Read More »

10.17.12

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects Senior Housing News
Construction: Planned – SRP Medical to Build Texas Senior Living Community. SRP Medical, a senior care real estate investment and development company, and Frontier Management recently announced plans to build a 100,000-square-foot senior living community in the southwest area of Forth Worth, Tex. The community will have 105 residents providing assisted living and memory... Read More »

10.12.12

Senior living community planned for southwest Fort Worth Fort Worth Business Press
SRP Medical and Frontier Management on Friday announced a new 100,000-square-foot senior living community planned for the southwest area of Fort Worth near the intersection of Bryant Irvin Road and Interstate 20. The planned facility will offer 105 residences with assisted living and memory care services. "SRP continues to respond to the need for stimulating, engaging senior living communities... Read More »

10.12.12

Senior-living community planned in southwest Fort Worth Fort Worth Star-Telegram
FORT WORTH -- A 105-bed assisted-living center for the elderly and those with dementia and Alzheimer's is planned in southwest Fort Worth near Bryant Irvin Road and Interstate 20. Developers are expected to break ground by the end of the year on the 100,000-square-foot senior-living community, which will include a 24-bed center for memory care, an official said. The facility is expected to open... Read More »

08.05.12

SRP Medical to offer new facility in Magnolia Ultimate Spring
SRP Medical has broken ground on Magnolia Heights, a new senior living community in Spring, the company announced on Aug. 2. The company is a developer of upscale senior living facilities. The 85,000-square-foot senior living community will offer 60 assisted-living apartments and 48 more memory-care apartments. The community is located on Holzwarth Road between Louetta Road and Cypresswood... Read More »

08.03.12

Ground Broken on Texas Luxury Community for Seniors Multi-Housing News Online
Dallas – Luxury isn't always a term associated with seniors housing, but why shouldn't it be? SRP Medical, an upscale seniors housing developer, along with Frontier Management, announced it has broken ground on Magnolia Heights, a luxury community for seniors in Spring, Texas. It will be the first new senior living community that provides assisted living and memory care residences... Read More »

08.02.12

SRP Medical breaks ground on senior living community in Spring Houston Business Journal
SRP Medical said Thursday it has broken ground on Magnolia Heights, a senior living community in Spring. The 85,000-square-foot facility is one of multiple $12 million to $17 million senior living properties Dallas-based SRP is planning across the state. Magnolia Heights will be located on Holzwarth Road between Louetta Road and Cypress Drive and will include 60 assisted living apartments, as well as... Read More »

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