About

American Medical Facilities Management (AMFM), LLC is West Virginia operated. John and Fonda Elliot began AMFM in 1982 and have built AMFM into West Virginia’s leader in skilled nursing, rehabilitation and long-term care services. There are 16 AMFM care centers located throughout West Virginia. The AMFM care centers are located in Summers, Fayette, Hardy, Webster, Wayne, McDowell, Lincoln, Wyoming, Harrison, Marshall, Mercer, Cabell, Clay, Braxton and Boone counties as well as a corporate office located in downtown Charleston.

AMFM employs more than 1,400 and provides care for more than 1,000 patients and is the largest privately held-multi-facility nursing home company in West Virginia. AMFM facilities have won numerous national awards from the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). The program is based on the core values and criteria of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. In 2013, Clarksburg Nursing & Rehabilitation Center won the Silver Achievement in Quality Award, and in 2014 Summers Nursing & Rehabilitation Center won the Silver Quality Award. In both years, those centers were the only ones in West Virginia to receive the award.

In 2016, Wyoming Nursing & Rehabilitation Center received the 2016 Silver Achievement in Quality Award from AHCA/NCAL. 

Five AMFM Centers, Fayette, McDowell, Lincoln and Mercer Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers, as well as one of AMFM’s newest locations, Cabell Health Care Center won the 2015 Bronze Commitment to Quality Award from the AHCA/NCAL. And three centers received the 2015 Silver Achievement in Quality Award from AHCA/NCAL. Clay Health Care Center, Wayne and E. A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers were three of only four center in West Virginia to receive the award. The AHCA/NCAL has selected two Volunteers of the Year from AMFM care centers, one from the Clarksburg center in 2011 and one from the McDowell center in 2012. The West Virginia Health Care Association has recognized AMFM employees, volunteers and practices throughout the years.

In 2015, the WVHCA recognized an AMFM administrator as their Administrator of the Year Award, a registered nurse as their Direct Care Employee of the Year, and the Best Practice of the Year for a facility going more than 11 years without an employee being injured on the job that required time off. All of these awards were from the same center, E. A. Hawse Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.

In 2012, owner John Elliot received the President’s Choice Award from the West Virginia Health Care Association, given annually to an individual who has sparked community involvement with nursing homes, added to the quality of life of the elderly in West Virginia through unique programming and services or increased awareness of long-term care issues. In 2010, John was recognized as a recipient of the State Journal’s prestigious ‘Who’s Who in West Virginia Business." John serves on the Board of Directors for City National Bank, a $3.1 billion financial institution headquartered in West Virginia, a position he has held since 2007. He also is Chairman of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, past positions on the Board of Directors for the YMCA, Buckskin Council and the United Way of Central West Virginia, and is on the Executive Committee for the Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences and is on the Board of Directors for the Kent State University Foundation. The third party research institute, My InnerView, has ranked AMFM facilities in the top 10% in the nation 46 times for customer or employee satisfaction. More than 16,000 long-term care centers participate in My InnerView’s database.

The AMFM Charitable Foundation began in 2009 as the fundraising arm of AMFM to provide each of its 16 skilled nursing facilities with the ability to enrich their communities directly with financial donations to local charities and groups. The funds are raised through The AMFM Charity Golf Classic, an annual golf tournament at Edgewood Country Club in Sissonville. The objective of The AMFM Charitable Foundation, Inc. is to provide each AMFM care center with the financial resources to improve and enrich the community in which each AMFM care center resides through charity. To date, the AMFM Charitable Foundation, Inc. has presented more than $500,000 for charitable organization throughout West Virginia; assisting food pantries, local volunteer fire departments, libraries and women’s shelters.