Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Nursing home halts admission
A local nursing home has stopped admitting new patients after several violations were found. Tennessee Health Commissioner John Dreyhezner has suspended the new admissions of residents at the Bristol Nursing Home. The state has imposed a three thousand dollar fine and a monitor has been appointed to review operations at the nursing home. The suspension will last until the state is satisfied the violations are corrected. The north street facility has one hundred thirty beds. Dreyhezner says the state is allowed to halt all admissions to a facility if they feel it would be detrimental to a patient. (CC)

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