Nearly 60-Percent Of ND Nursing Homes To Stop Admissions

(Bismarck, ND) — Nearly 60-percent of North Dakota nursing homes are no longer admitting patients because of staffing shortages. The North Dakota Long Term Care Association President Shelly Peterson says a recent survey indicates admission freezes have increased from July’s level of 17-percent. Peterson says one long-term care facility is considering discharging current residents because they don’t have enough staff.

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