Senior Vision Services’ Parent Company Rebrands as Aria Care Partners, Expands Vision Services and Leadership Team

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan.—Senior Dental Care, the provider group that acquired Senior Vision Services in February 2020, announced recently that it has rebranded under the name Aria Care Partners to reflect its growing suite of services. The group provides onsite ancillary medical services and insurance programs for skilled nursing facilities, the announcement noted. Through its Senior Vision Services business, the company has delivered full-service optometry care to residents of long-term care centers (LTCCs). The merged company, now rebranded as Aria Care Partners, will provide onsite dental, vision and hearing medical services to LTCCs across the nation.

In addition, Senior Dental Care announced the appointment of a new leadership team that includes John Griscavage as chief executive officer of Aria Care Partners and Anthony Miranda as vice president of strategy and IT. Ben Nelson has been named vice president of operations, and Bryan Johnson takes on the role of vice president of sales and marketing.

Griscavage leads the combined company, leveraging more than 25 years of experience in building health tech and services companies.

“By bringing together dental, vision and hearing care services, we further strengthen our mission of removing barriers to care for residents living in long-term care communities, helping drive down costs, reduce acute admissions and improve facility compliance,” Griscavage said in the announcement. “I’m confident we have the right team to lead our company forward."

“After more than four years with Senior Vision Services, I am proud to be part of this exciting next step for the company,” added Nelson. “I have enjoyed the process of growing the optometry business and am excited about the expanded suite of integrated services and insurance programs that have the capacity to improve the quality of life for residents. Acting as a collaborative care partner is at the center of what we do, and I am looking forward to 2021 and the opportunity to care for this growing population.”

Aria Care Partners and its predecessor companies have more than 20 years of partnership with more than 2,500 skilled nursing facilities, and it is on the “leading edge of innovative care delivery, understanding the connection between dental, vision, and hearing services to resident health and well-being,” the announcement noted.