When a nursing facility has been deemed historic, its history and artifacts are often listed in the Historic Sites of the United States database.
However, some of those listings may be misleading.
A recent article in The Hill highlighted a number of nursing homes that were declared historic but were actually not.
While some of the listings may not be completely accurate, some are accurate.
This article will go over some of them.
If you are looking for a nursing homes history, please see the historic sites section of this article.
The Hill article highlights two nursing homes in the Woodhaven section of Woodhaven, Alabama.
They were listed in Historic Sites America in October 2018.
Both homes were listed as historic but in 2018 were also listed as Heritage Centers in the Alabama National Register of Historic Places.
Both properties were listed by Historic Sites Alabama in 2019.
Both nursing homes were also deemed historic but they are not listed in that listing.
The Woodhaven Nursing Home was listed in Heritage Centers Alabama in 2018.
The listing was not accurate as the nursing home was listed as a Heritage Center in the National Register in 2019, according to Historic Sites Florida.
The nursing home had been designated a Heritage Community in October 2016 and it had been reclassified as a Historic Community in 2018, according To The Stars.
Heritage Centers Florida did not identify the history of the nursing homes, but the listing of the Woodhawks listing indicates it was in operation for almost three decades.
The Heritage Center listed the Woodbrook nursing home in its listing of Historic Centers Florida as “one of the best preserved examples of early-20th century Alabama nursing homes.”
According to the Heritage Center, “the Woodbrook Nursing Home has been on the National Registry of Historic Communities since its founding in 1928.”
A representative from the Alabama Department of Tourism confirmed that the Woodhouse had been on a National Register listing since March 2015.
A spokesperson for the Woodcrest Nursing Home did not respond to Ars Technicas request for comment.
The National Register list does not include nursing homes listed in Alabama that were not officially designated historic and were subsequently designated historic in 2020.
The Alabama State Historical Association has confirmed that both Woodhaven and Woodcres have been listed on the Alabama Historic Register since January 2018.
According to The Hill, Woodhaven is listed as the “only nursing home on the national register of historic communities, and has a long history of caregiving and community caregiving.”
The listing of Woodcret’s listing in the Heritage Centers listing is also incorrect.
The home has been listed in a National Registry listing since October 2016.
In 2018, the nursing house was listed by Heritage Centers as “a National Heritage Community.”
Heritage Centers lists the nursing facility as “an excellent example of early 20th century nursing home care and community life.”
The home was officially designated as a National Heritage Center by the Alabama Board of Nursing in 2016.
The Nursing Home at Westlake, Alabama, was listed on Heritage Centers’s listing of historic nursing homes.
The Westlake Nursing Home listed in its Heritage Center listing as “One of the most well-preserved examples of mid-20 th century nursing homes” in 2020, but it was not listed as an Historic Community.
In 2016, the Nursing Home’s National Registry status was revoked.
The facility was listed “in the National Historic Register for several years until the nursing center was placed on the list in 2017.”
In 2018 the nursing staff was listed for “a number of years” as “not listed on a national registry,” according to the Alabama Health Department.
The Department of Education in 2018 listed the Westlake nursing home as an Alabama Heritage Community.
The list did not indicate when the nursing Home was removed from the National registry, according a spokesperson for Heritage Centers.
The staff was removed after “public outcry,” according the Alabama State Department of Health.
The state said it was removed due to the “public outrage” over the nursing care provided to the elderly and other disabled people.
The department did not provide further information about when the staff was first removed from Heritage Centers’ list.
According the Alabama News Agency, “The nursing staff at West Lake was removed for “public concern and public safety.
“According the West Lake Nursing Home, its listing in Heritage Center lists the home as “historic,” but it is not listed on any national registry.
The former nursing home’s former listing was removed in 2017.
“Historic facilities listed in National Register listings are subject to significant changes and may not reflect current practices and policies,” according an Alabama Department Of Tourism spokesperson. “
There is no historical record of the Westlakes nursing home,” according Heritage Center.
“Historic facilities listed in National Register listings are subject to significant changes and may not reflect current practices and policies,” according an Alabama Department Of Tourism spokesperson.
“If a listing is no longer current, it may not appear on the registry and therefore cannot be listed as such,” the spokesperson added.
“The listing will be reviewed by Heritage Center to ensure the listing is accurate.”
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