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A Courant Special Report: Haven Healthcare

In the past decade, Haven Healthcare has become one of Connecticut's largest and most prominent nursing home chains, with more than 1,800 beds. But in a three-part series, first published beginning Nov. 18, 2007, the Courant reveals a troubling pattern of deficient patient care and spiraling financial troubles.

  • Resources

    To research a nursing home's health care deficiencies, according to the most recent federal data, visit www.medicare.gov/NHCompare/home.asp To research nursing homes in Connecticut that have faced major sanctions by the state Department of Public Health: www.ct.gov/dph/site/default.asp

  • Haven Healthcare Officials To Stay On To Run Nursing Homes

    In announcing the breakup of the Haven Healthcare nursing home chain this week, state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal proclaimed, "Haven is history."

  • Aspects Of Haven Healthcare Sale Trouble Creditors

    The Haven Healthcare nursing home chain began a new era Monday, as most of its 25 homes in New England were sold to three real estate investment firms, while four Connecticut homes were placed in the hands of a court-appointed state receiver.

  • Lawyers Want Takeover Of Haven Nursing Homes Till Buyer Found

    Five of Haven Healthcare's nursing homes would be put under state receivership until new buyers are found while the rest of the chain would be split among three real estate investment firms, under a plan expected to be presented today in bankruptcy court.

  • Deal To Sell Haven Healthcare Collapses
    Deal To Sell Haven Healthcare Collapses

    A deal to sell the bankrupt Haven Healthcare nursing-home chain has abruptly collapsed, leaving state officials scrambling to put together a backup plan to turn over the chain to two or three investment firms that would hire new operators to run the homes.

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