Nursing home comments on bankruptcy, winter damages

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SALYERSVILLE – Salyersville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, like many businesses and residents in the community, suffered some weather-related issues last week, but a spokesman for the nursing home said they have worked through the issues and everyone is doing really well.

Logan Sexton, the chief operating officer for PCPMG Consullting, LLC, explained that they had some weather-related issues that required some building maintenance, but commended the staff for doing a “fabulous job taking care of the residents and the building.”

Sexton said that every incident, including the power outage over the weekend, has to be reported to the state, but noted that the staff did everything they were supposed to do and “everyone is doing really well.”

As for the specifics of the incidents, he said it is a confidential matter, but assured that the staff diligently addressed the issues, meeting all state requirements.

“They do a great job taking care of the residents and they did everything they were supposed to do.”

Sexton also commented on the current bankruptcy case regarding the nursing home, which was filed in November.

“We filed for Chapter 11 and the process is going through its normal course of action, but it’s business as usual and no changes are anticipated,” Sexton said. “Elaine and her team do such a great job. We’ve had no speed bumps in the process and everything is running the same as it did before filing for bankruptcy.”