LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 26, 2015) - Main Pulze, Inc. (http://mainpulze.com), a developer and operator of Community-Based Continuous Care Facilities (CBCCF), is set to acquire Croft Living Home and all of its assets for an undisclosed amount.

The planned acquisition is part of a series of new acquisitions to aid in the company's expansion efforts. Main Pulze has plans to become a major competitor in the Congregate Living Health Facilities (CLHF) space.

Congregate Care is generally more intensive than the care that is offered in a traditional skilled nursing facility, yet it is less intrusive than care offered in a large hospital. The Croft Living Home acquisition allows Main Pulze to cement itself as the fastest growing CLHF provider in the state of California.

Main Pulze strives to set itself ahead of the pack of caregivers through its unique employee training and vetting program, which results in the hiring of top talent with competitive compensation packages and education-enhanced advancement structures.

"Your family should feel as though they're visiting your home, not your hospital," explained a rep from Main Pulze. "If the rest of your life must be in a bed hooked up to a machine, you should still be able to enjoy living as redeeming and as fulfilling a life as possible."

A prominent theme that sets Main Pulze apart from other caregiving corporations is that it's focused on unique and intimate as opposed to large and uninviting. Most of its facilities are quaint and welcoming, featuring 12 beds at most, nestled in a comforting suburban setting that feels more like home for the patients and their families.

Expanding upon this evolutionary trend in comfort care is the primary goal of Main Pulze, as it works diligently to help create a desirable, high quality of living for Californians in need of more intensive care.

Learn more by visiting: http://mainpulze.com.

About Main Pulze

Main Pulze, Inc. is a Delaware C Corp that was founded in February 2015, with a specific focus in healthcare, providing residential care to subacute and skilled nursing patients. More formally the company acquires, develops, and operates Community-Based Continuous Care Facilities (CBCCF). These are boutique residential facilities with a non-institutional, home-like environment, have no more than 12 beds and provide superior inpatient care.

The care offered by Main Pulze facilities includes the following array of services: medical supervision, 24-hour skilled nursing services and supportive care, pharmacy, dietary, social, recreational and services for waiver participants who meet the medical level of care criteria of the appropriate waiver; and are persons whose medical condition(s) are within the scope of licensure for a Congregate Living Health Facility (CLHF) as follows: persons who are mentally alert and physically disabled, persons who have a diagnosis of terminal illness, persons who have a diagnosis of a life-threatening illness or persons who are catastrophically and severely disabled.

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Dr. Daniel Rastein
Dierre Sibley- Business Development Manager

9267 Have Ave. Suite 225
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

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