Prestige Care Inc., a provider of senior living and skilled nursing and rehabilitation care services, recently announced Elizabethan Manor earned the 2015 Bronze.

The Pendleton facility won the award, which recognizes commitment to quality from the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living under the National Quality Award program. Twelve additional Prestige Care facilities also received Bronze Quality status.

“The National Quality Awards set the bar for our industry, and consumers look to programs like this to help guide their decisions in choosing a care provider,” said Harold Delamarter, founding partner and CEO of Prestige Care.

Delamarter said the recognition speaks to the compassionate, high-quality care the team provides every day in its communities and centers.

Organizations apply for recognition and awards at three levels, each of which requires a more detailed and comprehensive demonstration of quality integration and performance. Award levels are based on the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program criteria, which review critical aspects of an organization’s quality performance and management.

The 2015 AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award recipients will be recognized at the 66th Annual Convention and Exposition, Oct. 4-7 in San Antonio.

For more about Elizabethan Manor and other Prestige facilities, visit

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