Nursing Homes

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Shifting population in California nursing homes creates ‘dangerous mix’

The number of under-65 nursing home residents has surged 40 percent in a decade

Nursing home residents with serious mental illness also on the rise

Some facilities commingle frail elderly, mentally ill, addicts, parolees

Nursing Homes

FBI raids Riverside nursing home

California’s largest nursing home owner is facing a new round of government scrutiny as the FBI served search warrants last week at his Riverside facility, and two more of his former top administrators have been charged criminally by the state attorney general’s office.

Nursing Homes

7 case studies show nursing home lapses

These cases offer a glimpse of the conflicts and lapses that have occurred in mixed nursing home populations. The facts set forth are included in state and federal inspection reports. The owners are identified in the federal government’s Nursing Home Compare database. Federal quality ratings range from 1 star (much below average) to 5 stars (much above average.) The listed ratings reflect the facility’s current status.

Nursing Homes

Troubled nursing home gets new ownership

California’s largest nursing home owner, who has staunchly defended the practices at one of his most troubled facilities, was publicly called out Wednesday in South Pasadena, where local officials gathered to announce that new operators were taking over the home.

Nursing Homes

California’s largest nursing home owner under fire from government regulators

Over the last decade, Los Angeles businessman Shlomo Rechnitz has fast become the state’s largest nursing home owner. He now controls about 1 in every 14 nursing home beds in California, giving him an outsized influence on quality of care in the state. In the past year, multiple alarms have been raised about this relative newcomer to the industry and the care provided in some of his homes.

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Controversy shadows South Pasadena nursing home

South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital has created friction in the suburban Los Angeles enclave. Police routinely are called to the nursing home, which was decertified in January following four failed inspections. It is the third home owned by Shlomo Rechnitz to be stripped of certification. Reported and narrated by Marjie Lundstrom. Video by Paul Kitagaki. Produced by Brian Nguyen.

Nursing Homes

Charges filed in south state nursing home death

A Southern California nursing home owned by the state’s largest and most influential owner is in the crosshairs of California’s attorney general, who has filed criminal charges against the facility and two of its nurses in connection with a resident’s death.

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Controversy shadows South Pasadena nursing home

South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital has created friction in the suburban Los Angeles enclave. Police routinely are called to the nursing home, which was decertified in January following four failed inspections. It is the third home owned by Shlomo Rechnitz to be stripped of certification. Reported and narrated by Marjie Lundstrom. Video by Paul Kitagaki. Produced by Brian Nguyen.
Controversy shadows South Pasadena nursing home 7:05

Controversy shadows South Pasadena nursing home

Coach Joerger pushes to expand talent, IQ of younger players 3:24

Coach Joerger pushes to expand talent, IQ of younger players

Attorney Parisi gets late assignment, needs time to review evidence 1:04

Attorney Parisi gets late assignment, needs time to review evidence

Watch police arrest parolee in North Sacramento after officers shot him during gun battle 1:21

Watch police arrest parolee in North Sacramento after officers shot him during gun battle