Bonnie Nidiver holds a photo of her and her husband, Eugene, 88, who died in the Cypress Healthcare Center in 2011. The story of Eugene’s death and the resulting lawsuit were key parts of The Sacramento Bee’s series providing insights into the nursing home industry.
Bonnie Nidiver holds a photo of her and her husband, Eugene, 88, who died in the Cypress Healthcare Center in 2011. The story of Eugene’s death and the resulting lawsuit were key parts of The Sacramento Bee’s series providing insights into the nursing home industry. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file
Bonnie Nidiver holds a photo of her and her husband, Eugene, 88, who died in the Cypress Healthcare Center in 2011. The story of Eugene’s death and the resulting lawsuit were key parts of The Sacramento Bee’s series providing insights into the nursing home industry. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file

Bill pushes more nursing home oversight, transparency

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