Subscribe to Florida Trend

NAVIGATION

July 17, 2018

Press Release

23 Nursing Homes Have Not Responded to Requirements in the AHCA Emergency Rule

| 11/9/2017

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.– On Wednesday, Secretary Justin Senior of the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) announced that 23 nursing homes have not responded to requirements in Emergency Rule 59AER17-1. By October 31, all nursing homes were required to submit a detailed plan to AHCA or apply for a waiver. These facilities will be subjected to the fine of $1,000 per day or license revocation starting November 15 if they fail to come into compliance by the deadline.

Secretary Senior said, “It is of the utmost importance that the nursing homes who have not responded do so immediately. These rules were implemented with the safety of patients and residents in nursing homes in mind. Our Agency will continue to work to aggressively implement this life-saving rule. Our goal is compliance with the emergency rule, and we will continue working to bring facilities into compliance.”

A list of facilities that have not responded to AHCA regarding the Emergency Rule is below:

Facility Name

County

Braden River Rehabilitation Center Llc.

Manatee

Calusa Harbour

Lee

Coral Reef Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

Miami-Dade

Cross Care Center

Duval

Gainesville Health Care Center

Alachua

Glades Health Care Center

Palm Beach

Hamlin Place Of Boynton Beach

Palm Beach

Heartland Health Care Center-Ft Myers

Lee

Hialeah Shores Nursing And Rehab Center

Miami-Dade

Jacaranda Manor

Pinellas

The Joseph L. Morse Health Center Inc.

Palm Beach

Marion And Bernard L Samson Nursing Center

Pinellas

Masonic Home Of Florida

Pinellas

Oceanside Extended Care Center

Miami-Dade

Riviera Health Resort

Miami-Dade

Savannah Cove

Orange

St Mark Village

Pinellas

The Arlington Of Naples  Inc.

Collier

Tri-County Nursing Home

Gilchrist

University Plaza Rehabilitation And Nursing Center  Inc

Miami-Dade

W Frank Wells Nursing Home

Baker

Westwood Nursing And Rehabilitation Center

Okaloosa

Winter Park Care & Rehabilitation Center

Orange

 

 

The Agency for Health Care Administration is committed to better health care for all Floridians. The Agency administers Florida’s Medicaid program, licenses and regulates more than 49,500 health care facilities and 43 health plans, and publishes health care data and statistics at www.FloridaHealthFinder.gov.  Additional information about Agency initiatives is available viaFacebook (AHCAFlorida),Twitter (@AHCA_FL) andYouTube (/AHCAFlorida).

 

Tags: Healthcare

Digital Access

DIRECT DIGITAL ACCESS
Add digital to your current subscription, purchase a single digital issue, or start a new subscription to Florida Trend.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
An overview of the features and articles in this month's issue of Florida Trend.

ACCESS THIS ISSUE »

Florida Business News

Florida Trend Video Pick

Geek Alert! Florida Supercon returns to South Florida
Geek Alert! Florida Supercon returns to South Florida

Florida Supercon was held this weekend at the Broward County Convention Center.  

Earlier Videos | Viewpoints@FloridaTrend

Ballot Box

Are you clear on the 13 proposed Constitutional Amendments for this fall's ballot?

  • No, need to read more
  • Understand some but not all
  • Yes, I know how I will vote
  • I don't vote

See Results

Ballot Box
Subscribe