NEW YORK—Alliance Homecare announced its move into a new full-floor office suite in Manhattan, at 2 West 45th Street. The office features state-of-the-art technology for large-scale presentations, two conference rooms and a 1,200-square-foot training center.
The new training facility includes durable medical equipment, model bathroom fixtures and medical training dummies so caregivers can receive real-world training in the office. The new space will allow the company to expand its training program for home health aides and nurses.
In addition to the new training space, the expanded office and central location will allow Alliance Homecare to host its industry partners for events such as support groups, fundraisers and continuing education units.
Alliance Homecare will continue to host employee engagement events in the new space. Recently, Alliance Homecare welcomed all caregivers and their families to the office for a back-to-school event for refreshments, games and free school supplies.
“Our new state-of-the-art facility gives us remarkable space to host continuing education seminars and support groups for our clients’ families," said Joseph Verdirame, CEO of Alliance Homecare. "We will also be able to offer space to our incredible partners to support the work they are doing. Our caregiver training program is the gold standard in the industry, and this new office enables us to provide additional specialty training around Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and dementia and ALS. Ensuring our caregivers are properly trained is vital to the exceptional level of care we provide our clients.”