State officials state that they are monitoring all of the nursing homes owned by California’s second-largest nursing home corporation to ensure that patients are receiving proper care and not suffering nursing home neglect. State officials had learned that employees were told not to cash their checks. Because of that, officials were concerned that there would be disruption in elder care service. The corporation owes the state department more than $3.3 million, which includes almost $242,000 in licensing fees for nine facilities.
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