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 What is a skilled nursing facility?

Answer A skilled nursing facility, or nursing home, provides constant, around-the-clock, long-term care for its residents. Most residents in skilled nursing facilities are 85 or older. According to U.S. C... Read More »
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What Certifications Do I Need to Work in a Skilled Nursing Facility?

Medicare.gov defines a skilled nursing facility as "a nursing facility with the staff and equipment to give skilled nursing care and/or skilled rehabilitation services and other related health serv... Read More »
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How do i complain about a skilled nursing facility?

A skilled nursing facility is an organization that provides long-term medical and nursing care, rehabilitation and other services for chronically ill patients--usually elderly. Developing a strateg... Read More »
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Skilled Nursing Vs. Assisted Living?

As people age, they may need assistance with activities of daily living, and some may need skilled nursing care. Many older people prefer to receive care in their own homes, but when that is not fe... Read More »
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Who owns skilled nursing facilities?

Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) are owned by various entities. About 66 percent of the facilities are for-profit entities, about 28 percent are nonprofit and about 5 percent are owned by the gover... Read More »
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