Skilled Nursing News May 16, 2024
Amy Stulick

More nursing homes owned by Centers Health Care are being investigated for alleged Medicaid fraud, while also having been plagued with serious safety concerns.

The 240-bed Hammonton Center and Deptford Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare in New Jersey, join other facilities owned by Centers Health that are under investigation, according to a report from the Press of Atlantic City.

Hammonton alone pulled in more than $86 million in Medicaid funds over the past seven years, reports found. The sites will be cut off from funding by June 17 unless ownership cedes financial control of the property. The facilities were originally given until May 24 but state officials felt it ran the risk of closure with that deadline.

State regulators on...

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