Placing Nursing Homes in ‘Secondary Position’ Costly, Says ArchCare Head | ArchCare
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Publication: Catholic New York

Looking at the self-reported list of deaths recorded at nursing homes across New York state attributed to Covid-19 is “meaningless” without delving more deeply into the problems nursing homes have faced in caring for their residents, said Scott LaRue, president and CEO of ArchCare.

ArchCare operates five nursing homes in the archdiocese, including two—Carmel Richmond Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on Staten Island, which has recorded 44 deaths, and Mary Manning Walsh Nursing Home in Manhattan, with 31 deaths—that placed highly on the state’s list, released April 17.


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