Nursing Home Owners Plead Guilty To Understaffing In Connection With Patient Death
Nursing home owners have pleaded guilty to allowing a nursing home to be understaffed in connection with a patient's death. The patient was left in a recliner for more than 41 hours without medical care in 2016. The nursing home received new owners the following year.
The convicted owners that allowed the insufficient staffing will be sentenced next month. For more, read the story.
Posted on Fri, September 14, 2018
by Robert Carter filed under