- When did Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. become a public company and what is their stock symbol?
Omega became a public company in 1992 and trades on the NYSE under the symbol OHI.
- Where is Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. located?
303 International Circle
Hunt Valley, MD 21030
- When is Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc.’s fiscal year end?
- Who is Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc.’s transfer agent?
Postal correspondence should be mailed to:
P.O. Box 43006
Providence, RI 02940-3006
Overnight correspondence should be sent to:
150 Royall St., Suite 101
Canton, MA 02021
- Who is Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc.’s independent auditor?
Ernst & Young LLP
- What is a REIT?
REITs, or real estate investment trusts, are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate across a range of property sectors. These real estate companies have to meet a number of requirements to qualify as REITs.
- What is a Skilled Nursing Facility?
Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs) are in-patient rehabilitation centers staffed with licensed nurses and other medical professionals that provide assistance to patients with their healthcare needs and other activities related to daily living. In addition to housing patients with significant physical and/or memory impairment, SNFs are the primary facility for post-acute, short-term rehabilitation. With seniors remaining active into their 80s, 90s, and beyond, skilled nursing facilities continue to evolve to meet the high expectations of new generations of seniors and their families.
SNFs meet two essential needs by serving as both short-term post-acute care centers and long-term residences for people of limited financial means and significant health issues. SNFs provide care for higher acuity patients that can be handled in senior housing or home health settings. As a result of the needs-based nature of this business, other than during the height of the pandemic, the percentage of residents discharged from hospitals to SNFs has been relatively consistent for over two decades.
- What is an Assisted Living Facility?
Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) are senior housing solutions for adults who require some assistance such as medication management, bathing, dressing and transportation. These facilities emerged in the 1990s as an alternate form of senior care, for residents who struggle with fully independent living but generally require a lower amount of care than 24/7 medical attention provided by Skilled Nursing Facilities. ALFs are not covered by Medicare.