Driven by customer satisfaction, not profit margins.
Roland Park Place is a leading Continuing Care Retirement Community accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities – Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CCAC). We’re also a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization chartered by the State of Maryland and a founding member of LeadingAge Maryland, a community of more than 100 not-for-profit aging services organizations in Maryland. Our nonprofit status and CARF accreditation are evidence of our superior performance in servicing aging adults while meeting the highest standards of fiscal integrity.
Being a not for profit organization is the best way we know how to stay true to our commitment to quality of life for residents and peace of mind for their families. Here are just a few ways that Roland Park Place’s not for profit status benefits everyone connected to our community:
- We are governed by a community board, rather than a group of shareholders or investors. Without the need to pay dividends to stockholders, we can reinvest excess funds into meaningful services, staff and programs which enhance the quality of life for residents at RPP.
- Organizational decisions are based on our community’s mission, vision and values, not on what will generate profits. Unlike for-profit communities, the leadership at Roland Park Place does not “push to fill facilities and maximize revenues.” We are not driven by bottom lines.
- Customer satisfaction guides the community’s organizational strategies, instead of stock prices. Our commitment to quality of life for residents is the strongest influencer in decisions made about and for the safety and welfare of the community.