Evergreen nursing homes is an unusual case.
The building was built in the late 1960s and is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in central Ohio.
The nursing homes was built with the goal of rehabilitating the area, but in recent years, some residents have complained of health issues and other problems.
The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) said the nursing homes problems have been exacerbated by years of neglect and lack of oversight.
According to a recent report from The Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Evergreen facility has “no proper ventilation system, no sprinklers, and no sprinkler heads.”
In a statement, Evergreen said the building was purchased by a private developer, but said that they have been under a microscope for a number of years.
They say they have no plans to move.
The building has a number health problems that the Ohio Department for Rehabilitation and Correction (ODCR) is looking into, the Associated Press reported.
According to the AP, the ODRC also said that there have been no violations of the building code in more than 25 years of use.
The nursing homes facility is on a site that is home to the West End Nursing Home.
The Evergreen building has two different locations.
The first is a facility in Ohio that serves both Ohio’s west side and the east side.
The second is an aging nursing home in the Cleveland suburbs that was purchased in 2006.
In a report from the Ohio Office of the State Auditor, Evergreens reported that there were a total of 10 health and safety issues with the nursing home over the past five years.
The report noted that Evergreen’s current health issues have included “pneumonia, pneumonia, pneumonia with pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, bronchoalveolar disease, broncosmosis, pneumonitis, and otitis media.”
The Ohio Department’s Inspector General’s Office also found that EverGreen had been under the care of a “private nursing home” and that “these problems have persisted despite efforts to address the problems.”
The Inspector General wrote that the nursing facilities health problems had been exacerbated due to neglect.