10 systems closing nursing homes in 2024

Here are 10 systems and facilities closing their long-term care, nursing homes and rehabilitation units in 2024:

  1. Bingham Farms, Mich.-based Mission Point Healthcare Services determined its Ishpeming-based nursing facility is no longer economically viable and will close the facility over the next 60 days.

  2. Boston-based Marian Manor, a nursing home sponsored by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, will close this fall.

  3. Winthrop, Maine-based Heritage Rehabilitation and Living Center is closing its doors May 18.

  4. Watertown, Conn.-based Trinity Terraces nursing home closed May 15, laying off 67 employees.
  5. Jefferson Hills (Pa.) Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center temporarily closed March 1 following a cyberattack that caused paychecks to be delayed.

  6. Presque Isle (Maine) Rehab & Nursing Center plans to close June 30.

  7. Joliet, Ill.-based Salem Village, a nursing home and rehab facility, will close in March due to low resident numbers.

  8. The Minnesota Department of Health held a public hearing regarding the planned closure of Sanford Bemidji (Minn.) Medical Center's inpatient rehabilitation unit.

  9. Middletown, Conn.-based Middlesex Health Care Center will close in spring due to costs of upgrading, staffing and rising costs.

  10. Ellsworth, Maine-based Seaport Village Healthcare, a skilled nursing, rehabilitation and assisted living facility, has submitted a closure plan for its skilled nursing facility to the state's Department of Health and Human Services.

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