The nursing home where a mother was found dead on Monday, Nov. 24, 2017, in Belmont, is the latest to be listed on the market.
According to the California Department of Building Inspection, the Nursing Home Division is scheduled to make the announcement Thursday, Nov, 28.
The facility, located at 1216 E. Washington St., was built in 2014 and reopened in 2016.
It was a two-story structure with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two-and-a-half baths, according to the home’s website.
A spokesperson with the Belmont Nursing Home Association, which represents the association’s members, said the announcement will be made in conjunction with the nursing home’s board of directors, which will include both the president and CEO of the nursing homes association.
The board will discuss the future of the facility, said Alicia Sousa, the nursing director.
Sousa said she did not have any further details on what would be the next steps in the listing process.
In September, a nursing home at 1022 N. El Camino Real Estate Blvd.
in Los Angeles County was listed for sale.
The listing was put on hold after a preliminary review by the department, which is looking at the facility’s occupancy.
The nursing center is owned by a subsidiary of the El Caminos.
A home in Belmarsh, N.J., where a woman was found unresponsive on Nov. 18, 2017.
A man who identified himself as a police officer and a medical examiner determined the woman died of natural causes.
(Photo: Robert Deutsch, AP)More than 150 nursing homes have been approved to reopen under the Affordable Care Act, according a 2015 report by the nonprofit advocacy group American Homebrewers Association.
In 2017, the federal government awarded the nursing center $4.7 million in funding to help open new nursing homes.
In 2018, the state of California received $1.8 million to reopen nursing homes in the Sacramento area.