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Leadership & Governance | NursingHomesNC.com
"We took the lead in immediately notifying all appropriate regulatory and law enforcement agencies and in taking the steps necessary to protect our residents," Uzzell said.
"We welcome their involvement in determining how this incident occurred and continue to fully cooperate with the agencies reviewing the situation.
We are anxious to determine exactly what occurred and identify who is responsible."
Britthaven, headquartered in Kinston, operates 33 nursing homes across the state.
Uzzell said the Britthaven of Kinston facility was not under investigation.
"To my knowledge, there is only one investigation being conducted at the (Chapel Hill) facility and SBI agents assigned to Medicaid Investigations Unit of the N.C. Department of Justice are leading it," Uzzell stated.
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"We are trying to do whatever is necessary to see to it that the legislature understands the plight of nursing homes and takes appropriate action to protect the health care options of the seniors in North Carolina," said Randy Uzzell.
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Since November of last year, Britthaven of Raleigh has generated 40 complaints, more than any of the state's 432 nursing homes.The second- and third-highest violators are also Britthaven homes in Charlotte and Greensboro.Based in Kinston, Britthaven Inc. has about 45 facilities in North Carolina, two in Virginia and seven in Kentucky.
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