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AMFM Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers offer “How’s Mom” Mobile App to keep families, patients connected

Published on Feb 09, 2021

Charleston, W.Va. – Keeping in touch with a loved one at an AMFM Nursing &Rehabilitation Center (AMFM) is a lot easier thanks to a partnership with Safekeeping and their new mobile app “How’s Mom.”

Safekeeping founders Matt Prasek and Doug Wilcox developed the company and “How’s Mom” app to provide families with a tool to access medical and other information at any time without calling the center. 

“This app will give our patient’s families a unique tool to check on their loved one at their convenience with a few taps on their smartphone,” Matthew Poorman, Regional Director of Operations for AMFM said. “We are a leader in the state in providing this service for our families, so they always see how their loved one is doing.” 

Through the “How’s Mom” app, available on the Apple App and Google Play stores, families can check the app for health care updates such as current medication lists, vitals, nutrition, and other updates on their status. New features such as mass e-mail notifications for families, scheduling an in-person visit or televist will be coming soon to the app.

"SafeKeeping's mission to provide another meaningful way for all AMFM families to stay connected with their loved ones. Our How's Mom app is designed to allow family and friends to have real-time access to patient’s health and care information in a most convenient format,” said Safekeeping CEO Doug Wilcox. “We are so pleased to have the opportunity to work with AMFM's great care staff to help better communicate with families and to provide the best care possible for their patients."

All current patients' families and loved ones have been invited to download the "How's Mom" app. Please contact your local AMFM center if you currently have a loved one in an AMFM center and have not received an invitation.  

About AMFM:
AMFM operates 19 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout West Virginia. The care centers are in Braxton, Boone, Cabell, Clay, Fayette, Hardy, Harrison (Clarksburg & Bridgeport), Greenbrier, Lincoln, Mason, Marshall, McDowell, Mercer, Summers, Taylor, Wayne, Webster, and Wyoming and counties.  
AMFM’s mission is “to exemplify excellence in quality care to our customers by providing an environment that enhances personal growth, individuality, dignity and respect.”