Rules For Backup Power For Nursing Homes Go To Florida HouseFlorida lawmakers are trying to ensure that a power outage will not cost anyone their life, as was the case in a South Florida nursing home following Hurricane Irma.
Hearings Underway As Hollywood Nursing Home Fights For LicenseA hearing is underway in Fort Lauderdale to determine if the license for the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills should be permanently revoked.
Pennsylvania Nursing Home Fire Injures 20, Displaces +140 At least 20 people are injured after a nursing home near Philadelphia burst into flames overnight.
Court Sides With Gov. Scott In Nursing Home BattleA mandate by Governor Rick Scott that all nursing homes and assisted living facilities in the state have generators to power air conditions has survived its first court battle.
12th Death Linked To Hollywood Nursing HomeA 12th person linked to the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills died Thursday evening.
First Search Warrants Filed In Deaths At Hollywood Nursing HomeIn the days after multiple patients died at the rehabilitation Center of Hollywood Hills, crime scene investigators carried out a search warrant at the facility revealing just what detectives were looking into during their investigation.
1st Lawsuit Filed Against Nursing Home Where 8 Patients DiedTwo days since the nursing home tragedy, the first lawsuit has been filed.
Nursing Home Execs Called Gov. Rick Scott’s Cell Asking For Help Getting Power Back Florida Governor Rick Scott, the Florida Department of Health and Florida Power and Light are all refuting claims from a Florida nursing home, where eight people died in the sweltering hot building, that they didn't do enough to help after the storm knocked out power.
History Of Fraud Accusations With Ownership Of Nursing Home Where 8 DiedThe manager of a Hollywood Hills nursing home where eight people died following Hurricane Irma has a history of health-care fraud accusations.
Hollywood Nursing Home Where 8 Died Rated 'Below Average'A Hollywood nursing home where six residents died Wednesday is rated “below average” in a federal scorecard that includes information about issues such as inspections, staffing and quality of care.
Nursing Home Owner Says He Spent Medicaid Funds On StrippersThe owner of a nursing home that housed 60 residents which had to be rescued after food ran out and trash piled up has pleaded guilty to stealing $667,000 from Medicaid then spending it on strippers and gambling among other things.
Caretaker Charged, Reportedly Gave 100-Year-Old Man Lap DanceA 26-year-old former nursing home employee in Ohio was arrested after she reportedly danced provocatively for a 100-year-old resident.