Trilogy Health Services, a Louisville, KY based provider of senior health and hospitality services, today announced an expansion of their partnership with Mainstreet, an Indiana-based developer of post-acute health care properties. Through this expansion, which takes effect January 1, 2015, Trilogy will become operator and co-owner of six senior living centers in Indiana currently operated under the name Wellbrooke. The terms of the purchase were not disclosed.

The Wellbrooke centers, located in Avon, Crawfordsville, Kokomo, South Bend, Wabash and Westfield, continue the Trilogy/Mainstreet partnership forged in 2014, with the openings of Clearvista Lake Health Campus (Castleton, IN) and Arlington Place Health Campus (Indianapolis, IN). In addition to the Wellbrooke acquisition, Trilogy/Mainstreet have four other projects expected to open in 2015, including: The Springs at Lafayette (Lafayette, IN), Harrison's Crossing Health Campus (Terre Haute, IN), Wellbrooke of Carmel (Carmel, IN), and Stonecroft Health Campus (Bloomington, IN).

 “We are excited about growing our Mainstreet collaboration through the acquisition of the six Wellbrooke centers, in addition to the four additional openings we have planned for the coming year,” said Randall Bufford, president and CEO of Trilogy. “The Wellbrooke centers focus on providing the very best in service to seniors, and that aligns with Trilogy’s mission of providing compassionate service that exceeds the expectations of every customer. We are excited to add this great group of employees who share our unwavering philosophy of compassion, caring and respect for the dignity of each resident to the Trilogy family, while also bringing our Trilogy Service Standards and culture to the resident experience at these locations. When you couple the Trilogy culture with the exceptional Next Generation TM  design of Mainstreet properties, you end up with a new and innovative approach in delivering care and services to today's seniors.”

“We’re pleased to further expand our long-term, successful partnership with Trilogy through the Wellbrooke properties – a market-leading brand in Indiana that is blazing a trail to improved health care delivery,” said Zeke Turner, founder and CEO of Mainstreet. “Hoosiers deserve better choices for their health care and our partnership with Trilogy is designed to offer just that. Together, we can expand Mainstreet’s award winning concept in Indiana that transitions people out of acute care hospitals, keeps them out of nursing homes and cares for them in lower-cost, more consumer-friendly environments.”

In addition, to the Trilogy/Mainstreet partnership expansion, Trilogy will be opening an additional six health campus locations, while expanding independent living and assisted living services at four other existing Trilogy locations over the balance of 2015 Five of the six new health campus openings will be built on the “Village Center” or "Town Square" Residential Living models created by Trilogy Health Services. Both designs allow residents to maximize their independence, while creating a more home-like, less institutional atmosphere. The designs feature a predominance of private rooms with private baths, as well as common areas for residents and their guests to gather.  Services will include Assisted Living, Short-Term Rehabilitation, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, and Long-Term Care.  These options will allow the campus staff to care for a wide variety of residents – from those who need little assistance to those with complex medical needs. 

Trilogy's new Village Center/Town Square openings are planned for Louisville, KY (Forest Springs Health Campus), Washington, IN (The Villages at Oak Ridge), Howell, MI (The Willows at Howell), Romeo, MI (The Villages at Orchard Grove), and Novi, MI (The Lakes of  Novi). In addition to the traditional Trilogy health campus offerings, the Louisville and Washington locations will include independent living patio homes, while the Romeo, MI health campus will include Trilogy's free-standing memory care neighborhood, The Legacy. The Legacy is designed specifically to care for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, providing maximum independence and personalized care in the safest environment possible. The Legacy features "life stations" that encourage residents to engage in familiar tasks, in addition to a secured courtyard, family-style dining, and private bedrooms with private baths. Staff working in The Legacy receive additional dementia-specific training that encompasses person-centered approaches to care, communication techniques and behavioral interventions.

The sixth new campus opening is in Madison, IN where Trilogy is redeveloping the former Kings' Daughter's Hospital building on Presbyterian Avenue. That location will offer a full continuum of senior services, including independent living, assisted living, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. The first floor of the building will house a community senior center which will be operated by the City of Madison.

Trilogy will also be expanding services at four locations, with the addition of assisted living services in Petersburg, IN (Amber Manor Care Center), and independent living patio homes in Kokomo, IN (Waterford Crossing Health Campus), Greenfield, IN (Springhurst Health Campus), and Commerce, MI (Westlake Health Campus).

For specific bed make-up and target opening dates, please see the supplemental information included with this release.

About Trilogy Health Services
Trilogy communities offer a full range of personalized senior living services, from independent and assisted living, to skilled nursing and rehabilitative services in 88 senior living communities throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Michigan. Trilogy's senior living services are delivered by staff specially trained to honor and enhance the lives of our residents through compassion and commitment to exceeding customer expectations. For more information about Trilogy Health Services, visit

About Mainstreet ®
Indiana-based Mainstreet develops, finances and jointly operates best-in-class transitional care centers and long-term health care properties. Mainstreet is the nation’s largest developer of post-acute health care properties, developing more than $500 million of properties since 2009. Mainstreet partners with the nation’s top operators to transform the way care is delivered to Americans, specializing in strategic planning, market selection and operations consultation. Mainstreet’s innovative work in skilled health care has been recognized by Senior Housing News, winning the Architecture & Design Award in 2013 and 2014. One of America’s fastest-growing entrepreneurial businesses, Mainstreet has been named to the Inc. 500l5000 four times since 2010 and was named the fastest-growing company in the Indianapolis area by the Indianapolis Business Journal in 2014. For additional information, visit