Warren nursing home’s owner could be blocked from moving residents

Cedarcreek nursing home in Warren is still housing several patients

First News received several reports that Cedarcreek in Warren is closing, but officials say it will remain open for now. The health care facility did receive a proposal to have its Medicare license revoked, but it has a chance to respond and appeal.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Friday, a bankruptcy judge in Tennessee scheduled an emergency hearing for Monday to decide whether or not New Beginnings, which owns a Valley nursing home, can move residents out of their facilities.

The hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, but the language of the court documents would not prevent New Beginnings from moving residents out over the weekend. New Beginnings owns Cedarcreek in Warren, where some residents are still staying.

The emergency hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday and will also decide whether or not the company will be removed from Medicare. A healthcare ombudsman has been appointed to oversee the case as well.

 

 

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