Experiencing a nurse shortage since little time back, a care home has temporarily announced its closure for at least a month but where all those eight residents of the home will move?
The news of closure has come from the Gansey unit at Southlands Resource centre, in Port Erin in the Isle of Man, of which the unit officials have declared that the shortage of nurse staff at the unit has prompted them to temporary close the care home for elderly and mentally ill patients.
The closure will be effective from 28 August until at least a month. According to sources, all the affected eight residents have been decided to be shifted to another specialist unit in Farmhill, Douglas.
Explaining the urgency of closure, The Department of Social Care admitted openly that it is because of the failure of the department to develop and recruit enough nurse staff for appropriate services that the situation has arise because they wanted to maintain appropriate staffing levels in a southern care facility to serve the patients best.
Ms. Lorna Mackellar, daughter of a father, who is admitted at the unit two nights in a week, said: "It is going to be a serious problem for everyone living in the south, it means I lose respite completely”.
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