October 3, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Harpers Ferry, WV – The Moore for West Virginia campaign is proud to announce that the West Virginia Health Care Association (WVHCA) has endorsed Riley Moore for House of Delegates, District 67, in the Nov. 8 general election.
The West Virginia Health Care Association is the largest organization representing nursing facilities and assisted living communities in West Virginia. They are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards for licensed long-term care facilities. Their members include facilities that are privately owned, government operated and nonprofit organization.
“Long-term care facilities play an important role in the lives of many West Virginians,” said candidate Riley Moore. “With the support of the West Virginia Health Care Association, I look forward to maintaining affordability without sacrificing quality of care.”
The WVHCA has set a mission of advancing the quality and professionalism of long-term care services in our communities. To achieve this, they focus on education, advocacy and leadership; developing programs and services that help bring value to members of the WVHCA and the public.
“Health care costs are a worry for many families in today’s economy,” Moore said. “Keeping cost low and quality high will absolutely be a priority of mine if elected to the House of Delegates,” Moore concluded.
For a full list of Moore for West Virginia campaign endorsements, see: http://www.mooreforwv.com/endorsements