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By Mike Voorheis

SHALLOTTE, NC (StarNews) — Shallotte Assisted Living has been fined $64,500 by the state for failing to protect residents from mental and physical abuse, and for failing to maintain rules about controlled substances and personal care and supervision.

The NC Division of Health Service Regulations, after its second inspection, found the facility failed to protect residents from verbal and physical assaults of an aggressive resident, and that the facility did not follow proper procedures for controlled substances, personal care and supervision, and health care.

The facility was assessed $16,000 for five penalties in August, and the additional penalties result from the state’s findings that two violations were not abated within the 60-day compliance period. That resulted in daily fines totaling $64,500 for the facility.

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2 Comments on "Assisted living facility fined $64,500"

Longterm Care Nurse
2015 years 9 months ago

ALL assisted living facilities should be inspected by the state as are nursing homes! They should also have to have a licensed nurse on duty 24 hours a day as do nursing homes!

Sher-Lynn Taylor
2015 years 9 months ago

Time for a new manager. I have a BA in business and 10 years in the health care field. I will be glad to come restore your ethical standing in the community by delivering high standards and seeing all laws are used to the facilities well being.


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