How Auburn Nurses Were Reclassified to Be Nursing Homes
Auburn’s nursing homes have been renamed as hospitals, in an effort to reduce the amount of paperwork and paperwork-related paperwork that’s needed to qualify them for state reimbursement.
The change is part of a larger effort to help the state get more people into nursing homes.
The Auburn Nursing Homes, which were first opened in 1957, are owned and operated by the State of Alabama.
Their purpose is to provide nursing homes and care facilities for people with disabilities.
It was the first state-owned nursing home.
Now, in order to qualify for Medicaid, nursing homes must be located in Alabama, and the state will pay for any additional care they provide.
That means nursing homes in Alabama must be in the same county as a nursing home in Georgia.
For the Auburn nursing homes, that means the Alabama Department of Human Services is going to have to certify that the Auburn site meets the criteria of the Georgia nursing home codes.
The state will also have to verify that there are no differences in the care provided at the Auburn and the Georgia site.
The state is currently verifying that all three sites meet those criteria, but the new rule only applies to Alabama.