The following are links to more press coverage about Brius and the company’s CEO, Shlomo Rechnitz.



June 23
“Troubled nursing home chain owner gets new licenses just before state reforms take effect” CalMatters.

June 23
“Nursing home, management reach $3.8M settlement with feds in kickbacks case” McKnight’s Long-Term Care News.

June 23
“Inland Empire Skilled Nursing Facility and Management Company Agree to Pay $3.8M to Settle Allegations of Kickbacks to Doctors” U.S. Attorney’s Office, Central District of California.

May 6
“Complaints persisted at San Diego County nursing homes during pandemic” San Diego Union-Tribune.



October 4
“Shlomo Rechnitz nursing home suit over COVID deaths reflects ‘broken state licensing’” CalMatters.

September 28
“Governor signs contentious nursing home licensing bill that splintered advocates” CalMatters.

July 23
“The Troublesome History Of Nursing Home Reform In California” Globe Echo.

June 22
“Lawmakers weaken California nursing homes bill — sponsors yank their support” CalMatters.

May 24
“Fortuna Nursing Home COVID Outbreak Expands to 36 Infected” North Coast Journal.

May 24
“COVID | 26 residents, 10 staff test positive at Fortuna nursing home” Eureka Times-Standard.

May 13
“California aims to tighten licensing of nursing homes after pandemic exposes deadly lapses” Los Angeles Times.

April 28
“California’s Nursing Home Crisis Worsens” LA Progressive.

April 6
“Heroes work here: Healthcare workers protested yesterday at local facility & Supervisor’s meeting, claim low wages and not enough staff for elders under their care” Redheaded Blackbelt.

March 10
“Eureka nursing home employees protest for better working conditions” Redwood News.

February 7
“Eureka nursing home staff demand better conditions” Eureka Times-Standard.

February 7
“Nursing home infamous for high number of COVID deaths to close” Los Angeles Times.

February 2
“Kingston nursing facility ‘may close’”

January 22
“No way out: How the poor get stranded in California nursing homes” CalMatters.



December 16
“Sherwood Oaks on the Brink” Anderson Valley Advertiser.

December 16
“Fresno nursing home was slapped with nearly $1 million fine. Families were kept in the dark” Fresno Bee.

December 16
“‘Truly appalling’ death toll in nursing homes urges California to rethink funding” Modern Healthcare.

December 15
“California rethinks nursing home funding after ‘appalling’ COVID-19 death toll” Los Angeles Times.

December 15
“After ‘Truly Appalling’ Death Toll in Nursing Homes, California Rethinks Their Funding” California Healthline.

December 9
“Lawsuit alleges California nursing home owner responsible for 24 COVID-19 deaths” Becker’s Hospital Review.

December 7
“California’s Biggest Nursing Home Owner Faces Lawsuit over 24 COVID-related Deaths”

November 9
“Future of Sherwood Oaks Nursing Home Uncertain” Anderson Valley Register.

October 6
“State Health Department Blasted Over Nursing Home Oversight” North Coast Journal.

October 4
“Shlomo Rechnitz nursing home suit over COVID deaths reflects ‘broken state licensing’” CalMatters.

September 28
“Licensing by clerical error: How the state’s mistake decided the course of two nursing homes” CalMatters.

August 19
“Licensing by clerical error: How the state’s mistake decided the course of two nursing homes” CalMatters.

August 19
“Licensing By Clerical Error: How The State’s Mistake Decided The Course Of 2 LA Nursing Homes” LAist.

July 13
“For-profit furor could trigger more financial reporting for nursing homes” McKnight’s Long-Term Care News.

April 20
“Bill proposing state approval before nursing home acquisition fails, but threat still looms” McKnight’s Senior Living.

April 16
“‘People are dying as we wait’: Bid to tighten California nursing home oversight sputters” CalMatters.

April 6
“California oversight of nursing homes called ‘befuddling,’ ‘broken’” CalMatters.

April 6
“Immediate Jeopardy: Death And Neglect Inside A Troubled California Nursing Home Chain” LAist.

February 20
“California nursing home workers died of COVID. The industry failed to tell state watchdogs” The Sacramento Bee.

February 20
“Humboldt Marks 1 Year Since First COVID Case Reported” North Coast Journal.

February 11
“Burlingame nursing home workers strike; Action seeks better wages, benefits and more staffing” San Mateo Daily Journal.

February 11
“Burlingame Nursing Home Workers Strike; Claim Brius Healthcare Bribed Workers To Cross Picket Line” CBS 5 News.

February 4
“Covid-Hit Nursing Homes Load Up on Debt” Barron’s.

February 2
“To Fix Nursing Homes, Landlords and Payers Must Change Broken Incentives — for Both Owners and Operators” Skilled Nursing News.

January 29
“State AG adds ‘more teeth’ to nursing home oversight” Eureka Times-Standard.

January 21
“Shameful” North Coast Journal.

January 16
“CARES Act delivers at least $29.5 million to Humboldt County health care providers” Eureka Times-Standard.

January 14
“‘We can’t do this anymore’: Burlingame skilled nursing workers overwhelmed by COVID outbreak” The Mercury News.

January 14
“Burlingame nursing home has massive virus outbreak” San Mateo Daily Journal.

January 13
“It’s time for full transparency” McKnight’s Long-Term Care News.

January 12
“Humboldt County reports one death, 15 new COVID cases” Eureka Times-Standard.

January 12
“Humboldt Records 24th COVID Death” North Coast Journal.

January 11
“COVID REPORT: Fifteen New Cases Confirmed, Another Granada Resident Dies; 13 People Now Hospitalized and Four in ICU” Lost Coast Outpost.

January 9
“Woman who worked at Seaview wants court, not arbiter, to handle sexual assault case” Eureka Times-Standard.

January 6
“WaPo Publishes Scathing Investigative Report on Owner of Humboldt Skilled Nursing Facilities” North Coast Journal.


December 31
“Profit and pain: How California’s largest nursing home chain amassed millions as scrutiny mounted” The Washington Post.

December 30
“2 more coronavirus related deaths, 53 new cases reported in Humboldt Wednesday” ABC 7 News.

December 27
“Surrounded by death, nursing home workers battle management and fear to protect patients” Los Angeles Times.

December 22
“Why Have the Contact-Tracing Statistics on the County Dashboard Been Frozen for the Last Few Weeks? Health Officer Answers Media Questions” Lost Coast Outpost.

December 21
“Public Health Reports 113 New COVID-19 Infections, Another Death, as HumCo Confirms 1,500th Case” North Coast Journal.

December 18
“Public Health Confirms 13 New COVID-19 Cases as Regional ICU Capacity Continues to Dip” North Coast Journal.

December 17
“Inside Eureka nursing home, an outbreak; outside, a struggle for answers” Eureka Times-Standard.

December 17
“County Records 15th COVID Death with Six Residents Currently Hospitalized” North Coast Journal.

December 16
“COVID Deaths, Case Count Continue to Climb” North Coast Journal.

December 10
“Public Health Confirms 32 New COVID-19 Cases, Marking Another Record Week” North Coast Journal.

December 9
“Humboldt Marks 10th COVID-Related Death” North Coast Journal.

December 7
“COVID Cases Soar to New Record” North Coast Journal.

December 4
“County Confirms 22 New COVID-19 Cases, Capping Record Week and Pushing Humboldt Past 1K Infections” North Coast Journal.

December 3
“COVID Outbreak: 30 People at Granada Skilled Nursing Facility in Eureka Test Positive; 29 are Residents” Lost Coast Outpost.

December 2
“‘Where people come to wait to die’: COVID-19 in US nursing homes” Al Jazeera.

November 18
“Nursing home COVID-19 outbreaks in Fresno and Madera counties among worst in California” The Fresno Bee.

November 18
“Bakersfield nursing home issued major fine for COVID-19 workplace violations”

November 17
“Marin health district offers virus care to nursing homes” Marin Independent Journal.

October 16
“County reports 3 new COVID-19 outbreaks in local nursing homes” The San Diego Union-Tribune.

October 10
“County reports new coronavirus deaths at nursing homes for first time in 3 weeks” The San Diego Union-Tribune.

October 8
“Circling back to ground zero; Even after protections, nursing homes again ravaged by virus” Los Angeles Times.

September 29
“Imperial County Nursing Homes Hit Hard By COVID-19 Have Histories Of Violations, Poor Rating” KPBS.

September 21
“Nursing homes using hospitals as middlemen to bounce low-reimbursement, high-maintenance residents” HealthExec.

September 8
“State puts brakes on Marin’s plans to resume reopening” The Marin Independent Journal.

August 7
“When Comedian Laurie Kilmartin’s Mom Was Dying of COVID-19, She Tweeted Her Way Through the Pain” Los Angeles Magazine.

August 4
“Coronavirus outbreak hits Marin’s largest nursing home” The Marin Independent Journal.

August 4
“Nursing home companies accused of misusing federal money received hundreds of millions of dollars in pandemic relief.” The Washington Post.

July 2
“After mother’s death from COVID-19, comedian Laurie Kilmartin pushing for people to wear masks.” CBS 3 News.

June 28
“Nursing home outbreaks raise oversight issues.” Los Angeles Times.

June 24
“Nursing Homes Dump Residents; Officials Stymie Probe of Potential Early COVID Cases.”

June 21
“‘They Just Dumped Him Like Trash’: Nursing Homes Evict Vulnerable Residents.” The New York Times.

June 15
“Who’s watching now? COVID-19 cases swell in nursing homes with poor track records.” Cal Matters.

June 13
“Nursing home testing still lags.” Los Angeles Times.

June 11
“Testing lagged as virus raged – ‘Massive outbreak’ swept through nursing home where time was of the essence.” Los Angeles Times.

June 11
“Claremont has jump in virus cases as city continues to open.” Claremont Courier.

June 1
“More Scrutiny for Nursing Homes Hit by Coronavirus.” Boulevard Sentinel.

May 21
“Orange County Reports 14 More COVID-19 Deaths, 115 Additional Cases.”

May 15
“Regional health care providers get $28 million through CARES Act.” Eureka Times-Standard.

May 4
“Nursing homes get higher payouts for COVID patients.” Los Angeles Times.

April 19
“State reveals virus data on care facilities.” Los Angeles Times.

March 18
“Nursing home workers spread virus.” Los Angeles Times.

March 7
“Coronavirus a concern in nursing homes, where 75% have been cited for infection control errors.”



June 5
“Brius nursing homes not meeting the standard for care – Fortuna location targeted for special attention, government oversight.” Eureka Times-Standard.

February 26
“Capitol Tracker: Jim Wood makes protecting seniors a priority, introduces several bills on issue.” North Coast Journal.



December 27
“Top 10 Dick Moves of 2018.” North Coast Journal.

December 13
“Nursing Homes Balk at New Staffing Rules – Humboldt’s homes join others in asking for waivers from new state mandate.” North Coast Journal.

December 7
“More Than Half Of California Nursing Homes Balk At Stricter Staffing Rules.” Kaiser Health News.

November 27
“Redding Nursing Home Caregivers Hold 2-Day Strike.” Jefferson Public Radio.

November 26
“Redding Nursing Home Employees Strike.” Action News Now.

September 18:
“New bill by Assemblymember Jim Wood expected to increase transparency for nursing homes.” ABC 7 News.

September 15:
“New law inspired by Brius Healthcare, owner of 4 Humboldt County nursing homes.” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 18:
“Humboldt County nursing homes face ‘crisis’ of lacking physician care.” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 3:
“Lawsuit alleges Roseville nursing home and others understaffed on purpose – to increase profits.” The Sacramento Bee.

July 30:
“Lawsuit accuses Cupertino nursing home of understaffing to increase profit.” The Mercury News.

July 29:
“Marin nursing homes sued for alleged understaffing.” Marin Independent Journal.

July 28:
“Humboldt County nursing homes targeted by class-action lawsuit.” Eureka Times-Standard.

June 25:
“Lawsuit alleges neglect at Alameda nursing facility caused woman’s death.” East Bay Times.

May 3:
“Audit spotlights nursing home care.” Eureka Times-Standard.

January 17:
“Nursing home, Brius targeted by fourth wrongful death lawsuit.” The Eureka Times-Standard.

January 7:
“Nursing-home care suffers as companies outsource to related firms, siphoning off profits.” The Seattle Times.

January 2:
“Care Suffers As More Nursing Homes Feed Money Into Corporate Webs.” The New York Times.



December 31:

“Care Suffers As More Nursing Homes Feed Money Into Corporate Webs.” Kaiser Health News.

December 31:
“Care Suffers As More Nursing Homes Feed Money Into Corporate Webs.” The Washington Post.

December 19:
“Eureka nursing home targeted in patient death lawsuit.” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 21:
“LA Company To Pay $7M Over Illegal Nursing Home Kickbacks.”

November 16:
“Local nursing homes agree to pay up to $6.9 million to settle kickback and fraud allegations.” San Diego Union-Tribune.

November 16:
“Local nursing homes to pay $6.9M to resolve kickback scandal.” Fox 5 News.

November 3:
“Lawsuit alleges Oxnard nursing home didn’t provide adequate care.” USA Today.

October 23:
“Where do patients go when a troubled nursing home closes? Often, nowhere better.” The Sacramento Bee.

September 6:
“Assemblyman Jim Wood’s nursing home bill signed into law.” Ukiah Daily Journal.

September 5:
“Capitol Tracker: Brius-inspired bill signed into law to protect nursing home patients.” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 5:
“Gov. Brown signs Wood bill protecting residents of skilled nursing homes.” Lost Coast Outpost.

September 5:
“Governor Brown signs bill that protects skilled nursing home residents.” ABC 7 News.

August 23:
“Nursing home patient rights quashed in Trump administration proposal, critics say.” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 2:
“Denied: Appellate Court Rejects Rechnitz Appeal for Change of Venue.” North Coast Journal.

July 19:
“Validity of Brius wrongful death suit reviewed: Wrongful death cases blames neglect at nursing home.” Eureka Times-Standard.

July 16:
“Marin nursing homes’ operator faces state inquiry over billings.” Marin Independent-Journal

July 14:
“Patient dumping case settles out of court.” North Coast Journal

July 13:
“Off the top: What California’s audit of a skilled nursing giant might find.” North Coast Journal

July 13:
“Wrongful death lawsuit claiming Eureka nursing home abandoned patient settles.” Eureka Times-Standard

June 29:
“Brius, McGuire trade shots over spending audit.” Eureka Times-Standard

June 28:
“State to audit nursing home company’s use of public funds.” Eureka Times-Standard

June 28:
“State to audit local nursing home owning company Brius Healthcare Services.” Eureka Times-Standard

May 26:
“Judge denies skilled nursing defendants’ change of venue bid.” North Coast Journal.

May 26:
“County judge denies Brius Healthcare’s motion to change venue in wrongful death suit.” Eureka Times-Standard.

May 9:
“Brius seeks to move Eureka wrongful death case to Los Angeles court.” Eureka Times-Standard.

May 8:
“Skilled nursing defendants file for change of venue.” North Coast Journal.

May 5:
“State mum on local nursing home deaths.” Eureka Times-Standard.

May 4:
“Blind, sick, alone: Eureka Rehabilitation and Wellness Center accused of dumping patient.” North Coast Journal.

May 1:
“NUHW wins ruling re-instating Marin County Brius workers.” Huffington Post.

April 29:
“Rechnitz owes us all more than silence.” Eureka Times-Standard.

April 27:
“Eureka Rehabilitation accused of patient dumping.” North Coast Journal.

April 27:
“Third wrongful death lawsuit alleges nursing home abandoned patient.” Eureka Times-Standard.

April 21:
“Local officials state Brius silent on elderly health care promises.” Eureka Times-Standard.

April 6:
“Naming and Blaming: New evidence of financial sleight of hand in troubled skilled nursing chain.” North Coast Journal.

March 31:
“Center accused of dumping a helpless patient.” Courthouse News.

March 29:
“Wrongful death suits filed against Eureka nursing homes.” Eureka Times-Standard.

March 10:
“State documents detail patient care violations at Eureka nursing home.” Eureka Times-Standard.

March 9:
“Eureka nursing home to appeal state-issued violations.” Eureka Times-Standard.

March 7:
“Nursing home bill would help Humboldt County.” Eureka Times-Standard.

March 1:
“Eureka Rehabilitation and Wellness Center Fined $160,000 by State.” North Coast Journal.

February 28:
“Union report questions use of private jet by CEO of California’s largest nursing home provider.” McKnight’s.

February 17:
“Shlomo Rechnitz’s misplaced priorities.” Huffington Post.

January 9:
“’All they got was a slap on the hand.’ Is California low-balling penalties in nursing home death investigations.” Sacramento Bee.



December 29:
“Top 10 dick moves: The year in bad actors and bad looks” North Coast Journal.

December 29:
“Top 10 stories from 2016 in Humboldt” North Coast Journal.

December 22:
“Bluffing: A billionaire’s high-stakes gamble with patient lives” North Coast Journal.

December 22:
“Dear Shlomo,” North Coast Journal.

December 7:
“Eureka nursing home closure caught in catch-22 staffing issue” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 23:
“It’s now known as South Pasadena Care Center” South Pasadena News.

November 16:
“State responds to Brius nursing home closure concerns” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 15:
“Rockport Healthcare changes course (again), opts not to cancel MediCal contracts with skilled nursing homes” Lost Coast Outpost.

November 15:
“Rockport cancels plans to drop Medi-Cal contracts” NBC 3 News.

November 15:
“Rockport to continue Medi-Cal contracts” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 11:
“2 of the 3 Eureka nursing homes set to remain open” NBC 3 News.

November 10:
“Updated: Brius rescinds cancellation of Partnership contract, halts closure of two skilled nursing facilities” North Coast Journal.

November 7:
“’Like extortion’: Senator McGuire says Rockport still angling for higher Medi-Cal rates at skilled nursing homes” Lost Coast Outpost.

November 7:
“Brius cancels Partnership contract, halts closure of two skilled nursing facilities” North Coast Journal.

November 7:
“Updated: Rockport owner changes plans, says two of three skilled nursing homes slated for closure will remain open” Lost Coast Outpost.

November 7:
“Brius halts closure of 2 nursing homes” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 7:
“Brius: Two Eureka nursing homes to stay open; no patients need be transferred out of county” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 5:
“’Heartbreaking’: Twin sisters face separation after 60-day closure notice given for Eureka nursing home residents” Eureka Times-Standard.

November 4:
“With election just days away, Eureka council candidates finally engage in heated debate…on Facebook” Lost Coast Outpost.

November 1:
“Union states Brius nursing home closures violate lease; Brius calls letter a ‘smear campaign’” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 29:
“The buck stops with Brius and Rockport” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 27:
“Protests split on how to prevent Eureka nursing home closures” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 27:
“Competing protests with a shared goal: Keeping Eureka’s skilled nursing facilities from closing” Lost Coast Outpost.

October 27:
“Protestors call on Rockport to halt closure of nursing facilities, Rockport blames state contractor” KMUD.

October 27:
“Protesters urging Partnership to keep three skilled nursing facilities open” NBC 3 News.

October 27:
“2 Eureka street protests follow Rockport Management’s scheduled nursing home closures” ABC 7 News.

October 27:
“Clash over care: Protesters face off over skilled nursing closures” North Coast Journal.

October 26:
“Two protests, same place, same time, will target different agencies for pending nursing home closures” Lost Coast Outpost.

October 14:
“Protestors rally against closure of skilled nursing facilities” KMUD.

October 14:
“Protests over impending closures of three skilled nursing facilities scheduled for Thursday” NBC 3 News.

October 13:
“’Shame on Shlomo’: Citizens protest the pending closure of local nursing homes” Lost Coast Outpost.

October 13:
“’Profits over people’: Families of nursing home patients call on Brius to stop closures” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 13:
“Protest against closure of care homes set for this afternoon” Redheaded Blackbelt.

October 13:
“The case of missing $5 million: Who is profiting off the skilled nursing monopoly, and why it feels ‘like we’re being extorted’” North Coast Journal.

October 13:
“’A dire situation’” North Coast Journal.

October 13:
“Protest over skilled nursing facilities scheduled for Thursday” NBC 3 News.

October 12:
“’Valuing profits over people and flagrant disregard for human life’ – protest planned” Tuluwat Examiner.

October 10:
“Nursing home patients handle closures” ABC 7 News.

October 6:
“An intolerable loss of beds in Eureka cannot be allowed” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 6:
“Community providers support for patients affected by Rockport closure” NBC 3 News.

October 6:
“Life and Death in Health Care’s Trenches” Counterpunch.

October 6:
“Brius this, Seaview that” North Coast Journal.

October 6:
“Unsettling Developments” North Coast Journal.

October 5:
“Partnership says nursing home closures up to Brius to solve” Eureka Times-Standard.

October 4:
“Closure in Humboldt may put pressure on local nursing home” Del Norte Triplicate.

October 3:
“Supervisors lobbying to keep nursing facilities open” NBC 3 News.

September 29:
“Skilled nursing corporation blames planned closures on marijuana, Medi-Cal provider” Lost Coast Outpost.

September 29:
“Brius: Partnership must pay ‘fair share’ to keep Eureka nursing homes open” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 29:
“Humboldt County could face nursing home closures” ABC 7 News.

September 29:
“Closure plan for Eureka’s skilled nursing facilities approved” NBC 3 News.

September 29:
“Three skilled nursing homes closing: Rockport receives approval from state regulators” Lost Coast Outpost.

September 28:
“State approves closure of three skilled nursing facilities” North Coast Journal.

September 28:
“State approves plan to shutter three Humboldt County nursing homes” Sacramento Bee.

September 28:
“State accepts plans to close three Eureka nursing homes” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 28:
“State Weighs Closure of Humboldt County Nursing Homes” NPR.

September 28:
“State Department of Public Health accepts skilled nursing facility closure plan, three sites to close” NBC 3 News.

September 24:
“Nursing home threats a betrayal” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 24:
“Nursing home magnate rocks Humboldt County with plans to close three of the area’s six nursing homes” Sacramento Bee.

September 23:
“Eureka nursing home closure claims draw criticism” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 23:
“Rockport plan set to be decided on Wednesday” NBC 3 News.

September 22:
“Eureka nursing home closure plans to be decided on by next week” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 22:
“Profits over people? Officials scurry to stop skilled nursing closures” North Coast Journal.

September 19:
“Senator McGuire urges state to reject skilled nursing facility closure plan” NBC 3 News.

September 19:
“State lawmakers fighting to prevent closures of local skilled-nursing facilities” Lost Coast Outpost.

September 15:
“What will happen to Ma and Pa: Lies, statistics and the human cost of proposed skilled nursing closures” North Coast Journal 

September 9:
“State denies Eureka nursing home closure plans” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 9:
“Skilled nursing homes’ closure plans denied by state public health department…for now” Lost Coast Outpost 

September 9:
“State rejects closure plan of 3 Eureka nursing home closure plans” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 8:
“McGuire talks local issues at town hall” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 8:
“State unlikely to block closure of local skilled nursing facilities” Lost Coast Outpost.

September 8:
“McGuire calls for not closing skilled nursing facilities” NBC 3 News.

September 7:
“Humboldt County nursing homes could face closures” ABC 7 News.

September 6:
“McGuire to meet with nursing home stakeholders” Eureka Times-Standard.

September 2:
“State, local ombudsmen urge state to reject ‘catastrophic’ Eureka nursing home closures” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 31:
“Local nursing home residents to be prepped for closures” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 25:
“Three skilled nursing facilities may close” North Coast Journal.

August 25:
“State to review closure of three local nursing homes” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 12:
“Local nursing homes may close down due to staffing” Eureka Times-Standard.

August 1:
“Marin nursing home workers picket over pay, staffing at 2 sites” Marin Independent Journal.

July 19:
“Israel police probe whether foreign donations to Netanyahu were transferred to his wife, son” Haaretz.

July 17:
“Netanyahu corruption scandal envelops wealthy U.S. Haredi family” Tikun Olam.

July 15:
“Report: Netanyahu likely to undergo investigation under caution” The Jerusalem Post.

July 9:
“Local nursing staffing at ‘crisis’ low levels, officials say” Eureka Times-Standard.

June 6:
“Fareed on the hot seat over campaign contributions” Santa Barbara Independent.

June 3:
“How does a 28-year-old raise $1 million for a congressional bid?” Los Angeles Times.

June 3:
“Medical industry giving big money to Fareed”

May 17:
“Owner of California’s biggest nursing home chain comes under fire”

April 12:
“Businessman eyed in Brooklyn FBI probe is scion of prominent orthodox family”

April 2:
“Shifting population in California nursing homes creates ‘dangerous mix’” Sacramento Bee.

April 2:
“7 case studies of showing nursing home lapses” Sacramento Bee.

February 7:
“Do buyers plan to silence”



October 26:
“Riverside: Nursing homes’ troubles mount” The Press Enterprise.

October 24:
“FBI raids Riverside nursing home” Sacramento Bee.

September 19:
“Death of a patient: State blames nursing home” Sacramento Bee.

September 19:
“Former South Pasadena nursing home recruited felons as patients, police chief says” Pasadena Star-News.

August 28:
“Charges filed in south state nursing home death” Sacramento Bee.

August 28:
“Country Villa portfolio acquired through sales hearing and bankruptcy hearing” JCH Senior Housing News.

August 24:
“Struggling Nursing Home Retirement Home Gets Brand-new Ownership” dynamicrevolution.

August 21:
“Troubled nursing home gets new ownership” nasga-stapguardianabuse.

August 20:
“Nursing facility workers start two-day strike in San Rafael” Marin Independent-Journal.

August 19:
“Former Pasadena Care Facility Faces Lawsuit, Possible Criminal Investigation Following Patient’s Death”NBC 4 News.

August 19:
“South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital Allegedly Recruited Felons as Patients” ABC 7 News.

August 19:
“Former South Pasadena nursing home recruited felons as patients, police chief says” Pasadena Star-News.

August 19:
“Troubled nursing home gets new ownership” Sacramento Bee.

August 19:
“South Pasadena nursing home gets a new start with ownership change” Los Angeles Times.

August 18:
“Family of woman who lit herself on fire sues California’s largest nursing home owner” Pasadena Star-News.

August 12:
“California’s largest nursing home owner sued” Sacramento Bee.

July 9:
“The Shut Out: Why have Humboldt County’s skilled nursing facilities stopped accepting patients” The North Coast Journal.

July 2:
“Largest Nursing Home Owner in California Cited for Abuse” nursinghomeabuselawyerblog.

June 30:
“Budget cuts create intolerable conditions in California nursing homes” wsws.

June 20:
“Keep up nursing home oversight” Sacramento Bee.

June 19:
“Owner of Gridley Healthcare & Wellness under scrutiny” Gridley Herald.

June 18:
“Patient access to local nursing homes limited” Eureka Times-Standard.

June 17:
“California nursing home chain gets government regulations smackdown” ltlmagazine.

June 17:
“Chemical Restraints: Anti-psychotic meds given to elderly despite warnings” ABC 10 News.

June 16:
“Violations amassing for owner of nursing homes” Sierra Star.

June 16:
“Largest nursing home owner hit with flurry of citations” Associated Press (Redding Record-Searchlight).

June 15:
“California’s largest nursing home operator faces government crackdown” mcknights.

June 15:
“California’s largest nursing home operator sued by resident’s family” mcknights.

June 14:
“Largest nursing home owner hit with flurry of citations” Associated Press (The Washington Times).

June 13:
“Nine stories from Rechnitz’s California nursing homes” Sacramento Bee.

June 13:
“Shlomo Rechnitz vs. California: Key documents” Sacramento Bee.

June 13:
“California’s largest nursing home owner under fire from government regulators” Sacramento Bee.

June 11:
“Coming: California’s largest nursing-home owner under fire from government regulators.” Sacramento Bee.



December 9:
“Closure of Auberry Nursing Home leaves Empty Spot in Foothill Town”

November 18:
“Nursing home owned by target of Bee investigation to close after officials threaten its shutdown” Sacramento Bee.

November 10:
“Part 3: California falls short in disclosing nursing-home ownership” Sacramento Bee.

November 9:
“A face behind the name: Who are the people leading California’s largest nursing home chains?” Sacramento Bee.

November 9:
“Unmasked: Who owns California’s nursing homes?” Sacramento Bee.

November 8:
“Unmasked: How California’s largest nursing home chains perform” Sacramento Bee.

November 6:
“Untangling Shlomo Rechnitz’s nursing home empire” Sacramento Bee.

October 30:
“Audit: California nursing home oversight haphazard” (general to California’s nursing home industry). Sacramento Bee.

October 27:
“L.A. County Officials Allegedly Reduced Penalties in 3 Nursing Home Deaths” Kaiser Health News.

October 23:
“In lawsuit against Shlomo Rechnitz, many accusations but lack of clarity” Jewish Journal.

October 14:
“Major Haredi Philanthropist Accused of Being ‘Serial Violator’ of Nursing Home Regulations, Laws”

October 13:
“Novato nursing home included in class-action lawsuit” Marin Independent Journal.

October 11:
“Lawsuit filed against owner of 57 California nursing homes” Long Beach Press-Telegram.

October 9:
“Class Scorches Big Nursing Home Chain”

October 9:
“‘Horrible Care’ alleged at Montrose nursing home” Los Angeles Times.

September 25:
“Gridley Healthcare being investigated by feds” Gridley Herald.



November 8:
“South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital faces council scrutiny” Pasadena Star-News.

June 11:
“South Pasadena Home Raided in Federal Probe” ABC 7 News.

June 7:
“Updated: South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital visited by federal investigators” Pasadena Star-News.

June 7:
“Re: FBI Search and Criminal Investigation At 904 Mission St., South Pasadena Convalescent Hospital” Pasadenanow.



August 11:
“Vulnerable – Part 2: Has anything really changed in Humboldt’s nursing homes?” The North Coast Journal.

August 4:
“Vulnerable: Has anything really changed in Humboldt’s nursing homes?” The North Coast Journal.

July 11:
“Attorney General Kamala D. Harris Announces Indictment of Skilled Care Facility in Los Angeles.” California Attorney General’s Office.

May 8:
“’Something to prove’: Brius Healthcare VP looks to gain community trust, improve care at local nursing homes” Eureka Times-Standard.

March 5:
“Skilled Healthcare leases out five Humboldt County nursing homes, retains ownership of facilities, turns over operations to Brius Healthcare” Eureka Times-Standard.

February 2:
“Court of appeal upholds $2.5 Million verdict in retaliation case.” Metropolitan News-Enterprise.