State lawmakers and advocates said they are concerned about reports of neglect and abuse of residents in a nursing home for military veterans, a disclosure that led the state to end its relationship with the company that has managed the facility since 2002.
Moore, a combat veteran, Wednesday said the state canceled a contract with South Carolina-based HMR to operate the nursing home that cares for 267 honorably discharged veterans and spouses. The state is also seeking an emergency contract to send a team of nurses into the facility to assess the health and well-being of the residents.
Legislators, advocates express concern about complaints at Charlotte Hall - Maryland Matters
Legislative veterans caucus members met a day after Gov. Wes Moore (D) spoke publicly about terminating a contract with South Carolina-based HMR Veterans Services.