The state’s largest nursing home chain has failed to provide sufficient nursing hours per resident at 11 facilities including one in West Palm Beach and has logged nearly $2 million in recent regulatory fines, a report from a union group trying to renew contracts at some facilities says.
In a statement, Maitland-based Consulate Health Care called the report “an unorganized collection of inaccurate data” from a union “present in a very small number of our Florida care centers.”
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