STAR Capital was founded in 2016 with the goal of building a quality assisted living healthcare network on the east coast of the United States.
Since 2016, our founder, Fuzail Rizvi has been providing the east coast with quality assisted living. Before forming STAR Capital and the STAR Care Network, Mr. Rizvi was a director for two years at RD Capital Partners LLC - a UK healthcare company involved in managing and investing in the dementia care and adult care facilities in the UK with GBP 40 million of assets under management.
In 2018, Mr. Rizvi acquired Goose Creek Manor near Charleston, South Carolina. Shuler Health Care is the second member of the STAR Care Network.
When you live with us at Shuler Health Care, you can trust you are part of a larger, experienced network of certified, quality care.
Fuzail A Rizvi formed STAR CAPITAL in JUNE 2016. Fuzail’s vision is to build quality Adult Care/Senior Care and Dementia Care business in the USA with acquisition and merger.
Fuzail, with STAR Capital, has owned and operated Goose Creek Manor in Charleston, South Carolina since June 2018.
Before forming STAR Capital and the STAR Care Network, Mr. Rizvi was a director for two years at RD Capital Partners LLC - a UK healthcare company involved in managing and investing in the dementia care and adult care facilities in the UK with GBP 40 million of assets under management.
Fuzail has experience working as a senior consultant and executive in the health care and financial industry, including federal, state, and commercial environments in various countries. During his career spanning more than two decades, Fuzail has developed an expertise in leading, managing, providing management solutions across several industries, including Healthcare, Finance and Consumer Products.
Fuzail holds a master’s degree in Finance, Economics, and Accounting, and a Masters of Science in Computer Science. He also holds an Entrepreneurship Specialization Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania. He also was nominated from the federal government for leadership training from the prestigious Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Roohi Rizvi is the Vice President of Operations for STAR Capital including Shuler Health Care and Goose Creek Manor. Prior to joining as Vice President of Operations for STAR Capital in November 2019, Ms. Rizvi served as a consultant for STAR Capital.
Ms. Rizvi has ten years of experience as a teacher in Loudoun County Public Schools in Northern Virginia. She has served as a teaching assistant in the elementary school classroom educating the citizens of tomorrow.
Ms. Rizvi holds a bachelor's degree in education and master's degree in commerce.
Greta Shuler is the administrator at Shuler Health Care. Mrs. Shuler has unbeatable years of experience as she started working in healthcare when she was 17 years old. She got her administrators license 21 years ago. A seasoned veteran of the senior care industry, she has worked in the family business at Shuler Health Care in the healthcare industry for 35 years. It is a joy for her to welcome someone to our community and to see it become “home” for them.
After work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her family, the grand-babies are the best, of course! She also enjoys gardening and cooking.
STAR Capital is focused on developing a quality Senior Care and Dementia Care network through merger and acquisition in the eastern United States. We are growing fast and looking for undervalued healthcare opportunities and investors that want to join us on this journey.
Our goal is to achieve a market leadership position in the eastern United States by acquiring Assisted Living Facilities (ALF) and Dementia Care Facilities (DCF). Industry reports indicate that there will be 1.7 Million more people in need of ALFs within the next two years, STAR Capital is well poised to take advantage of this ever growing market.
In addition, Americans are living longer than ever, unfortunately this means that there will be more Americans living with neurogenerative diseases. Industry estimates indicate that the number of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease will nearly double by 2050. These people need quality care and the STAR Capital care network is expanding into this worthwhile sector.