Question by  Vjj5 (23)

What is involved in owning a nursing home?


Answer by  Brandydog (631)

There are a lot of legal issues that need to be addressed since there are often cases of transferal of guardianship over an elderly realtive from famalies to nursing homes.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Lots of oversight, lots of paperwork, lots of management, reporting, inspections, licensing, etc. If you're thinking about such a business, write a detailed business plan. This will require you to research all aspects of the business to understand exactly what is required, as well as the capital needed to get up and running.


Answer by  mlucas (515)

First each state has its own individual rules and requirements that have to be met in order to own a nursing home. It usually requires Doctors and Nurses to be on staff. It will require various permits and inspections per state law. These inspections will continue throughout the time you own the nursing home. There are minimum employee requiremetns also!


Answer by  tavidoru (25)

The thing involved in having a nursing home are : First you need a nice environment where every one can get along fine. You need qualified employers witch has to know how to take care all of the people who may come at your door.


Answer by  hecarlso (196)

Depending on the state that the nursing home is in you need to be licensed by the state. You also have to follow all local building codes.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well if you own a nursing home, you have to get certifications for that as well as get a business license.


Answer by  rnovikoffgmailcom (1722)

insurance can sometimes be involved but mostly the families which are leaving there loved ones in there for the care they are accepting.

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