Bonnie Nidiver of Paradise holds a photo of her late husband, Eugene, 88, a World War II Navy veteran who was active in his community. He died in June 2011, 10 weeks after he sought rehabilitation at Cypress Healthcare Center for injuries from a fall.
Bonnie Nidiver of Paradise holds a photo of her late husband, Eugene, 88, a World War II Navy veteran who was active in his community. He died in June 2011, 10 weeks after he sought rehabilitation at Cypress Healthcare Center for injuries from a fall. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Bonnie Nidiver of Paradise holds a photo of her late husband, Eugene, 88, a World War II Navy veteran who was active in his community. He died in June 2011, 10 weeks after he sought rehabilitation at Cypress Healthcare Center for injuries from a fall. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

Part 1: How California’s largest nursing home chains perform

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