Seventy beds were lost when that facility shut down.
The James Mann facility would also have assumed 54 skilled-nursing beds from CVPH.
In July 2010, officials announced the project would not yet move forward, as Medicare and Medicaid cuts at both federal and state levels brought uncertainty to the financial markets.
“At this point in time, no one is lending,” Richards told the Press-Republican when that announcement was made.
No information was available Monday on whether that plan is still potentially viable or shelved for good.
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