Nevertheless, Extendicare is expanding in Washington. A July 12, 2007 article in the Journal of Business reported that it had received preliminary state approval to build a 120-bed facility on the South Hill in Spokane. The article said that the facility is expected to open in July 2009.
For information about the class action suit, contact Stephen M. Garcia at The Garcia Law Firm, (800) 281.8515 or http://www.lawgarcia.com.
The Washington statewide average of citations for deficiencies by the Washington Department of Social and Health Services in all years quoted below was nine.
North Auburn Rehabilitation & Health Center dba Extendicare Homes, Inc.
2007: 38 notices of deficiencies
2006: 37 notices of deficiencies
Island Health & Rehabilitation dba for Extendicare Homes, Inc.
Bremerton Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center dba for Fir Lane Convalescent Center, Inc.
2007: 16 notices of deficiencies
2006: 19 notices of deficiencies
Forest Ridge Health & Rehabilitation Center dba for Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center, Inc.
2006: 12 notices of deficiencies
Riverside Nursing & Rehabilitation Center dba Extendicare Homes, Inc.
2007: 32 notices of deficiencies
2006: 11 notices of deficiencies
Aldercrest Health & Rehabilitation Center (dba for Extendicare Homes, Inc.)
2007: 18 notices of deficiencies
2005: 19 notices of deficiencies
Kittitas Valley Health & Rehabilitation Center dba Extendic
|SOURCE The Garcia Law Firm|
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