Source: JohnnyBarker / FlickrIn an exhaustive, and frankly depressing, report by the New York Times [http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/03/nyregion/call-that-kept-nursing-home-patients-in-sandys-path.html?pagewanted=1&ref=nyregion&_r=0] , the decision not to evacuate nursing homes in vulnerable flood zones by state and city officials, including the Sea Crest
Sheepshead Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (2840 Knapp Street) is putting together a nice little event tonight, opening its doors to neighbors for a fun evening of live entertainment, dancing, raffles and refreshments. Above is the flier, and below is what the center sent us: > Sheepshead Nursing and Rehabilitation Center cherishes
Despite a federal program meant to combat bedsores [http://www.health.ny.gov/professionals/nursing_home_administrator/docs/dal_06-22_pressure_ulcer_care.pdf] , nursing home residents in NYC “experience painful and preventable bedsores at a rate almost 50 percent higher than the national average,” reports The New York World
Source: Google MapsA sudden stomach virus has spread [http://news12.com/articleDetail.jsp?articleId=275627&position=1&news_type=news] inside the Sheepshead Bay Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on 2840 Knapp Street. Officials told News12 yesterday that they are keeping infected residents at the facility quarantined until the virus passes.