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Progress on Moving Residents

A total of 45 individuals were affected by the order limiting BSDC’s license. The order prevents the facility from caring for medically fragile residents.

Summary of transfers of BSDC residents who are medically fragile

  • February 3: 14 residents transferred
  • February 4: 11 residents transferred
  • February 5: 10 residents transferred
  • February 6: 8 residents transferred
  • Two BSDC residents were being treated at the Beatrice Community Hospital at the time of the order. Their medical needs have been stabilized and they will be temporarily transferred to nursing homes.

Details of transfers of BSDC residents who are medically fragile

Where they were transferred:

  • 19 to Lincoln hospitals
  • 19 to Omaha hospitals
  • 2 to a Cozad hospital
  • 1 to a nursing facility in Scribner
  • 2 to DD community-based programs
  • 2 were at the Beatrice Community Hospital and will be temporarily transferred to nursing facilities.

When they were transferred:

  • February 3: Fourteen residents were transferred from BSDC: Twelve went to BryanLGH Medical Center and two went to St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center.
  • February 4: Eleven residents were transferred from BSDC: Three to Alegant Health Systems; four to Creighton University Medical Center; two to St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center; two to BryanLGH Medical Center.
  • February 5: Ten residents were transferred from BSDC: Three to Alegant Health Systems; four to Creighton University Medical Center; one to St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center; two to Cozad Community Health System.
  • February 6: Eight residents were transferred from BSDC: One to Good Samaritan Center in Scribner; five to University of Nebraska Medical Center; and two to community-based providers.
  • In addition, two residents were at the Beatrice Community Hospital and will be temporarily transferred to nursing facilities.

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