Employees at Scottsville Manor nursing home are working to reassure their residents that they are safe after another resident, Gary Glueck, 71, was killed.
Miami mayor calls for tougher accountability of Florida nursing homes.
In a move that would give new meaning to Missouri’s nickname of the “Show Me State,” a lawmaker there is sponsoring three bills that would require long-term care facilities to honor resident requests to install electronic monitoring equipment in their rooms.
The Jeffersonville Nursing and Rehab Center is closing on March 6th after an alarming health inspection on January 13th.
A nursing home employee in Deltona was charged with elder abuse after other employees said they witnessed her striking the back of a resident’s head multiple times.
While some states have passed laws requiring nursing homes to notify patients and families when a registered sex offender moves in, a Target 11 investigation revealed that no such law exists in Pennsylvania.
A health care worker at the Courtyard Retirement Center in Port Charlotte is accused of stealing pain medications from residents.
Nursing home patients will be removed from a Georgia facility today after a federal judge rejected a company request to halt the government’s cutoff of Medicare and Medicaid payments because of patient neglect.
Whenever Sarah Harris and her husband, Ernie, drove past a nursing home, he would say the same thing: That’s where you’re going to put me. That’s where I’m going to be sent.
Two recent nursing home acquisitions pull down more than $100,000 per bed.