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Company with troubled history gets $159 million contract to turn around Charlotte Hall Veterans Home

May 18, 2023

After Gov. Wes Moore in March fired the contractor running the state’s veterans home over abuse allegations, the state spending board on Wednesday approved a $159 million deal with a new corporate vendor, despite the operator’s low federal quality ratings and abuse allegations in other facilities it runs. bThe Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs awarded the four-year contract to run Charlotte Hall Veterans Home in St. Mary’s County to Georgia-based PruittHealth, making Maryland’s only longterm care facility for veterans one of more than 180 owned by the care provider.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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