Medicaid program suspended from 2 South Jersey nursing homes following fraud investigation

The nursing homes have also been cited for poor conditions and safety violations.

News 12 Staff

Jan 29, 2024, 5:15 PM

Updated 137 days ago

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Two nursing homes in South Jersey will have their state Medicaid programs suspended after allegedly committing fraud.
The state comptroller says the owners of the Deptford Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Hammonton Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare and related entities are accused of taking $83 million from nursing homes funded by New York Medicare and Medicaid.
The facilities have also been cited for poor conditions and safety violations.
The owners have until May 24 before Medicaid funding stops. The suspension is temporary pending an investigation.


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