Dozens of Florida nursing homes with long records of failing to meet state and federal standards operate with little risk of being shut down.
By Elizabeth Cohen A newly uncovered video of a resident at an assisted living facility in Florida mercilessly beating another resident raises new questions about the safety of the elderly in places meant to protect and care for them. In the video, obtained last week, a 52-year-old resident is seen punching an 86-year-old resident with […]
Florida regulators unearth frightening negligence at Miami assisted living.
Florida’s Agency for Health Administration (AHCA) has issued an Emergency Suspension Order and Immediate Moratorium on New Admissions for the Fairway Park Retirement assisted living facility in Miami.
The co-founders of a Hixson nursing home business paid themselves six-figure salaries and drove company-financed Porsches while failing to pay employees, utility bills, taxes and creditors, according to court documents.
The Jeffersonville Nursing and Rehab Center is closing on March 6th after an alarming health inspection on January 13th.
Nursing home loses funding after inspectors found violations that jeopardized residents’ health and safety.
A central Florida man said the state finally got justice for his late mother after officials shut down one of the assisted living facilities he said was connected with her death.
The Southtown Nursing and Ventilator Care center is closing, after the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services terminated the agreement for payment.
The Navajo Nation’s only nursing home, which caters to nearly 80 elderly patients, is at risk of being shut down as the facility faces a hefty fine over safety code violations.