Charter Senior Living CEO: 2022 Will Bring Attractive Acquisition Opportunities, More Staffing Headwinds – Senior Housing News

Charter Senior Living went on the offense last year — and that forward momentum is still propelling the company forward into 2022.

The Naperville, Illinois-based company has added about 10% in average same-store occupancy between March and September as it gets a hand on issues including staffing and wages, fraying supply lines and the rising cost of some goods and services. But Bennema thinks that more stable times are within reach as the pandemic hopefully recedes.

“I think 2022 is going to be a year where we’re really going to zero in on our acquisitions and make those as strong as possible,” Bennema told Senior Housing News during his recent appearance on SHN+ TALKS. “[And] make sure we’re providing excellent care and taking great care of our employees.”

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