Nursing Home’s ‘Chronic’ Understaffing Was An Attempt To Pocket ‘Unearned Profit,’ Lawsuit Alleges
But documents from the lawyer representing the defendants appear to show the California Department of Public Health reported the Roseville Point Health & Wellness Center had zero days of non-compliance with required staffing levels in 2016.
Lawsuit Says Roseville Nursing Home Understaffed To Increase Profits
A recently filed lawsuit alleges Roseville Point Health & Wellness Center knowingly understaffed to save money. This case is among 15 class action lawsuits alleging purposeful understaffing at 15 nursing homes around California filed by elder abuse law firm Garcia, Artigliere & Medby and The Arns Law Firm, which represents workers and their families. (Holzer, 8/3)
In other news from across the state —
Tulare Hospital Board Approves Lease To Adventist Health
The Tulare hospital board has given its approval to lease the institution to Adventist Health, paving the way for the hospital to reopen possibly before the end of the year. ...The district hopes to get the 112-bed hospital into shape by October to win approval to reopen from the California Department of Public Health. (Anderson, 8/2)