The Summit Park Nursing Home in Pomona has four new potential buyer. According to Susan Sherwood, the chair of the LDC, officially known as the Rockland Health Facilities Corp., which was set up to oversee the sale and transition of the nursing home, each bid met the group’s required minimum of 22.47 million dollars and information on the potential deals will be released this week. The nursing home is on floors three and five through nine of the building and it is expected that the buyer will continue running it under the control of the state department of health. Sherwood stated that the two of the four buyers were interested in purchasing more of the building than just the nursing home this includes a 57- bed longterm acute care hospital and the Legislature and County Executive would have to approve such a sale. The LCD will meet on November 26 to break down the bids and choose the best buyer based on price and reputation and according to Sherwood a decision is possible for the end of the year, though it will take three to six months to seek certification from the state for transfer of ownership.
Buyers For Summit Park Nursing Home
November 12, 2013 By