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Disgruntled family member arrested after confronting nursing home employee, threatening to bring gun to facilityJanuary 08, 2018
Police have arrested a Connecticut man for confronting a nursing home employee off the grounds and threatening to bring a gun to the facility.
Genesis HealthCare CEO George Hager said the battered nursing home chain hoped to save $54 million per year with new leases — once landlords Welltower Inc. and Sabra Health Care REIT sold their Genesis holdings.
Genesis HealthCare hopes to return to form after restructuring some of its leases, according to an investor conference call last week, but the company said in a government filing that bankruptcy is not off the table.
The family of a resident who authorities say was sexually assaulted at her Rhode Island facility is suing Genesis Healthcare on the grounds it could have done more to prevent the crime.
A 90-bed skilled nursing facility is planned for the Sanford campus of Southern Maine Health Care, according to local reports.
Genesis HealthCare announced it will provide membership to the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care (NADONA/LTC) to all its directors of nursing in each of its more than 500 skilled nursing centers.
Genesis HealthCare completed the acquisition of Skilled Healthcare Group on Monday. The combined company will have a new NYSE ticker symbol (GEN) and operate under the name Genesis Healthcare Inc.
Attendees at the Nov. 6 McKnight's webinar will learn how to adopt employee-centric practices that will improve staff satisfaction and retention. Takeaways will be proven practices and practical advice that will help providers achieve the Quality Initiative goal of reducing nursing staff turnover 15%. Irene Fleshner, RN, MHA, FACHE, Senior Vice President for Strategic Nursing Initiatives for Genesis HealthCare, will be the featured presenter.
Genesis nursing home agrees to $75,000 settlement over charges of discriminating against a deaf workerSeptember 10, 2014
A New Jersey nursing home has agreed to a $75,000 settlement to resolve charges that it discriminated against a potential employee because of his deafness, federal authorities announced Monday.
This week's blockbuster deal has private equity-backed Genesis HealthCare combining with Skilled Healthcare Group.In some ways, these sorts of marriages seem all but inevitable. After all, in the outcomes-based post-acute world that's emerging, size and scale are the flavors du jour.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality will host a webinar on fall prevention in long-term care facilities on Aug. 13, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Managers at a New Jersey nursing home owned by Genesis HealthCare withdrew a job offer to a qualified applicant because he is deaf, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is charging in a lawsuit announced Wednesday.
Healthcare staffing firms fill a need for administrators, and allow long-term care nurses a chance to travel or pursue their dream job.
Authorities were searching for a motive Tuesday after a licensed practical nurse at a long-term care facility in Pennsylvania apparently shot and killed a resident and then turned the gun on herself.
Genesis HealthCare will enhance care for deaf individuals, including providing interpreters, as part of a recent settlement agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
A 150-person negotiating committee representing nearly 7,000 Pennsylvania nursing home workers met on Tuesday with representatives of major operators such as Golden Living, Genesis HealthCare, Reliant Senior Care, Guardian Elder Care and Extendicare to begin working out new union contracts.
Two nursing homes in Wisconsin and Rhode Island have taken top honors in a national quality awards competition.
As providers struggle to operate on increasingly thin margins, close collaboration between nursing home administrators and consultant pharmacists is becoming more important, industry experts said Tuesday.
Two West Virginia nursing home nurses are safe after being held up at gunpoint by a man dressed as a clown.