An assisted-living and skilled-nursing facility in Bellevue will soon be under new management after being bought by an Eagle, Idaho,-based company. Cascadia Healthcare, which owns several nursing care facilities in Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, will take over Bell Mountain Village and Care Center at the beginning of February. The facility had been owned by Safe Haven, a Pocatello-based company that filed for bankruptcy in 2018. The company will change the name of the Bellevue facility to The Cove of Cascadia in the coming months, according Steve LaForte, Cascadia Healthcare’s director of strategic operations. LaForte said the name is an allusion to the facility’s roundabout nature. Founded only four years ago, Cascadia Healthcare is now the largest post-acute care facility in the state, with 13 facilities in Idaho and one each in Washington, Montana and Oregon.
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