A Voice For Long-Term Care

Founded in 1947, the Tennessee Health Care Association is dedicated to helping maintain the high standards of licensed long-term care facilities in the Volunteer State. Members of THCA and its organization for assisted living facilities, the Tennessee Center for Assisted Living, include nearly 400 facilities with a combined total of more than 35,000 patients. Members include nursing homes of all types – privately-owned, government operated and nonprofit – as well as assisted care living facilities.



News & Highlights

For members: Convention education certificates

THCA/TNCAL Convention & Trade Show attendees click here to retrieve your convention attendance certificates.

Calling all 2024 trade show exhibitors

Exhibitors click here to reserve a trade show booth at the 2024 THCA/TNCAL Convention & Trade Show.

Convention education session handouts

THCA/TNCAL Convention & Trade Show attendees click here for education session handouts.

For members: Information on the COVID-19 PHE ending

THCA has created a comprehensive overview of various issues related to the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Click here to go to the members-only Resources page and access the document under the COVID-19 dropdown.

TEDS information

Nursing facilities click here  for a list of facilities in each of the three implementation groups for the Tennessee Eligibility Determination System.

Emergency preparedness resources

Click here  for a list of coalitions statewide that hold regular meetings about health care emergency preparedness in their regions.

For Members: Gero nurse prep

THCA is partnering with the American Health Care Association on a gerontological nurse training program designed for registered nurses working in long-term care. Click here  for details.

For THCA members: The reports are in

THCA has concluded its review of facility surveys completed between June 20-Aug. 12. Read the reports »