Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services terminated its agreement with the facility, citing non-compliance with federal requirements.
ST REGIS PARK, Ky. — Federal investigators found dozens of violations at Regis Woods earlier this year. Staff at the nursing home and rehabilitation facility were slow to respond to calls for help and home to dangerous fights between inmates, according to a survey from the Department of Health & Human Services.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services then terminated its agreement with the facility, citing non-compliance with federal requirements.
Regis Woods notified its residents they'd need to find a new facility by Oct. 16.
"It's the suddenness of it," Jackie Waldon said. She packed up her 99-year-old mother's things on Saturday, without knowing their final destination.
"Today, we don't have a place designated for my mother to go," she said. Her mother was in the hospital at the time, and couldn't return to Regis Woods.
Residents without children are left …