HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — A Florida elderly care which had 12 patients die after Hurricane Irma has let go 245 workers.
The Sun’s Rays Sentinel reported the layoffs Friday for that Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hillsides. The ability was evacuated recently, a few days following the storm broken the electrical transformer that powered the facility’s ac. Condition officials later suspended their license, and proprietors eventually closed the ability permanently.
The layoffs include 79 cnas, 37 licensed practical nurses, 23 work-related or physiotherapists, 18 rns, 25 ecological or laundry workers, 10 administrative assistants, five doctors, yet others who labored in activities, nutritional aid, engineering and supplies.