Eight Skyline facilities in Pennsylvania sold to new owners
Temporary oversight of eight former Skyline Healthcare skilled nursing facilities in Pennsylvania has come to an end, according to Skilled Nursing News.
The administration of Gov. Tom Wolf last Friday announced that the eight facilities had been sold to new owners, consisting primarily of private investors.
“The Wolf administration would like to thank the employees, contractors, and others who have worked with them under the temporary management,” state health secretary Rachel Levine said in a statement. “The commitment to the residents receiving safe care and having their needs met is a testament to the dedication of these individuals during a difficult situation.”
The eight sales were all effective May 14.
A ninth facility remains under the temporary management of The Long Hill Company, a receiver appointed by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Wolf’s office said.
Read the full story at Skilled Nursing News.
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