MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - The Gordon Oaks Nursing Home in Mobile has been re-certified to admit Medicare and Medicaid patients, officials said Tuesday.
In mid-February, FOX10 reported that the federal government revoked the Medicaid and Medicare contract with the Gordon Oaks nursing home.
Surveys done by the Alabama Department of Public Health found serious issues in the care of the residents.
Since then, a new management team has taken over the nursing home and administrator Glenn Cummings said the team has made great strides to improve the facility.
A spokesman with the Alabama Department of Public Health said the nursing home recently passed its surveys and has been re-certified to accept Medicare and Medicaid patients.
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