A Fresno nursing home was fined more than $900,000 in 2018 for poor patient care, but consumers have been hard-pressed to find any public record of the massive penalty or many other big fines.
Gov. Newsom says he supports proposed rules on where new oil wells can go, plus additional pollution controls on existing wells.
Long-simmering disputes with unions over staffing are reaching crisis points. Almost a third of California hospitals report insufficient numbers of critical workers, including nurses, technicians and janitors.
The California Department of Public Health blames staffing shortages, turnover, training and pandemic pressures at Tuesday’s hearing at the Capitol.
En resumen Una demanda describe al magnate de los asilos de ancianos Shlomo Rechnitz y a sus empresas como un “propietario-operador sin licencia” de una instalación problemática en Redding. Read this article in English. El propietario de un hogar de ancianos más grande del estado, Shlomo Rechnitz, se enfrenta a una demanda alegando que una de […]
A lawsuit describes nursing home magnate Shlomo Rechnitz and his companies as the “unlicensed owner-operator” of a troubled Redding facility.
Unfortunately, California’s approach to setting mandates to cut greenhouse gas emissions has left agriculture to become collateral damage.
California Department of Public Health officials say they cannot fix their mistake, amid cries the licensing system for nursing homes is “broken and ineffective.”
Lawmakers say they’ll take no action this year on a bill requiring nursing home owners and operators to get state approval before they acquire, operate or manage a nursing home.
As a doctor treating patients suffering the effects of toxic pollution, I’m calling on California officials to address this public health crisis.