Roger Allman, president and CEO of King’s Daughters’ Health, left, and Randy Bufford, president and CEO of Trilogy Health Services, discuss Trilogy’s acquisition of part of the KDH downtown campus. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie/kritchie@madisoncourier.com)
Roger Allman, president and CEO of King’s Daughters’ Health, left, and Randy Bufford, president and CEO of Trilogy Health Services, discuss Trilogy’s acquisition of part of the KDH downtown campus. (Staff photo by Ken Ritchie/kritchie@madisoncourier.com)
Trilogy Health Services owns 74 senior living communities throughout the Midwest - including the Thornton Terrace Health Campus in Hanover.

The company also owns other nearby senior communities including Hampton Oaks Health Campus in Scottsburg, Covered Bridge Health Campus in Seymour, Autumn Woods Health Campus in New Albany, RidgeWood Health Campus in Lawrenceburg and St. Andrews Health Campus in Batesville. Other centers are located throughout Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan.

Founded in 1997, the company began with a customer service-focused culture and a customer-oriented approach to care, the company's website said.

Trilogy's senior health communities offer a full range of services from independent and assisted living to rehabilitation services, long-term care, memory care and adult day services.

As part of living communities at Trilogy-owned locations, independent-living residents may be assisted with certain aspects of their day in private apartment-style housing, provided with social and recreational opportunities, housekeeping services and helped with other living assistance as needed.

Locations also offer higher levels of skilled nursing care for patients from ongoing long-term care and support, the website said.

The new Trilogy health center is scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2014.