The Sanders Trust gets New Orleans restoration medical clinic

The Sanders Trust has gained the $29 million dollar Cobalt Rehabilitation Hospital in New Orleans, extending the organization’s span to Louisiana.

The medical clinic is a 60-bed office worked in 2016 and was worked by Cobalt Rehabilitation until late 2019, when Dallas-based Curahealth finished the obtaining of all Cobalt activities.

As per The Sanders Trust, it has gained the land and the 65,345-square-foot office; it will keep on being worked by Curahealth/Cobalt on a long haul rent. The organization is likewise working with Curahealth/Cobalt to help grow new inpatient recovery emergency clinics in anonymous markets the nation over.

“The Sanders Trust is glad to include the Cobalt Rehabilitation Hospital of New Orleans to our arrangement of human services resources,” said Rance M. Sanders, president and CEO of The Sanders Trust. “This property denotes our quality in our 29th state. We are excited with this achievement and the organization’s proceeded with progress, and our community oriented endeavors the nation over.”

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