Hello KSCA Friends and Supporters. Can you take a minute to sign this petition to stop Pacifica from closing Sakura ICF? Every little bit counts! And please share with your friends, family and on your social media! (The link is: http://chng.it/QB6fNVY62Y) こんにちは、KSCA-高齢者友の会の皆様、及びご支援者の方々へ」 パシフィカ社のさくら中間看護施設の閉鎖を阻止するために、あなたのサインを求めます！ 皆様の温かいご協力をお願いします。(http://chng.it/JD65rLcNdC ) ENGLISH: http://chng.it/NWhSHvS4mH JAPANESE: http://chng.it/JD65rLcNdC
The following PDF document is the ‘Year 1 Annual Compliance Reports’ submitted to the CA Attorney General (AG) by Keiro. These are the first of the 5 annual reports that are to be submitted to the AG. The Year 1 reports were submitted as a single document by Keiro, Pacifica, Aspen and Northstar. Read the report Keiro submitted and compare what they told the AG vs what you’ve seen since
[KSCA submitted the following article to The Rafu, which published the English version on May 3, 2017. Japanese translation available below.] Let’s think about this for a moment. Years preceding the sale, Keiro was not in financial difficulties according to the annual financial statements. Keiro was making money. Keiro had a waiting list for the retirement home until the announcement to sell. Keiro had about $14 million in endowment
Don’t Raise Costs for Our Elderly Provide Quality Healthcare The new for-profit owner of the former Keiro Retirement & Nursing Homes, Pacifica Companies, has said they will almost double the percentage of the annual rent increase. Pacifica, a multi-billion dollar development company headquartered in San Diego has failed to live up to its legal commitment to keep culturally appropriate healthcare the same for 5 years. Pacifica owns the Courtyard Marriott,
by Koreisha Senior Care & Advocacy (KSCA) (Edited 05/16/16 to correct typographical errors. Originally published on the sister-site, SaveKeiro.org, on March 10, 2016.) 1969: Keiro Nursing Home in Lincoln Heights opens with 87 beds. 1974: Minami Keiro Nursing Home in Lincoln Heights opens with 97 beds. 1975: Keiro Retirement Home in Boyle Heights opens with 105 rooms. 1976: Keiro Intermediate Care Nursing Facility in Boyle Heights opens with 96 beds.