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wonderer

Dexter, MO

#1 Jan 15, 2012
heard that nasty place was going to be sold to the people that own magnolia and campbell
hope

Mountain Home, AR

#2 Jan 16, 2012
It would be a blessing if they did, maybe we would get a new nursing home and our loved ones would not have to be sent out of town for care.
citizen of piggott

Mountain Home, AR

#3 Jan 16, 2012
AMEN TO THAT!We have a whole town full of elderly who need a good clean place to go when they need to and a lot of our folks have gone to other nurseing homes in surrounding areas,if we had a new home they could come back home,a new place who cares about their patients and provides them with good care for the money they pay,no one should be subjected to the care and penny pinching that goes on at the piggott nurseing home.And maybe if the employees could get paid without haveing to wait for money to be put in the bank that might change the kind of care given__the home gets paid every month for each patient that lives there,don't fudge on the care given and pay your employees on time.I hope this is true and GB and Magnolia Manor does purchase it and builds up close to the hospital and the manor.:))all our family can come back home:))
ridgerunner

Cabot, AR

#4 Jan 17, 2012
would love to see Piggott get a new nursing home. My mom will be going into one in a couple of years and would love to see a new one built in Piggott!!!
cassie

Edwardsville, IL

#5 Jan 18, 2012
Well if it's the people who have Campbell Nursing home. Good Luck!! My dad was there it was understaffed and the poor people had awful food. It took us forever to get him a hair cut,or get his nails trimmed . We finally did it ourselves.
Thought of the day

Kennett, MO

#6 Jan 20, 2012
All The Coles (the ones that own Magnolia and Campbell) care about, is how the place looks. The workers are treated like crap. Also, the City of Piggott won't let a new one be built. So blame the city. All they are going to do is try to clean up the old building a little bit. All in all, we might be in worse shape when they sell. If they sell.
ann

Brazil, IN

#7 Mar 30, 2012
i know they have great therapists at the piggott nursing home.
Thinker

Mountain Home, AR

#8 Mar 30, 2012
Thought of the day wrote:
All The Coles (the ones that own Magnolia and Campbell) care about, is how the place looks. The workers are treated like crap. Also, the City of Piggott won't let a new one be built. So blame the city. All they are going to do is try to clean up the old building a little bit. All in all, we might be in worse shape when they sell. If they sell.
General Baptist Churches in this area own the Campbell nursing home, and Magnolia Manor. The city of Piggott has nothing to do with nursing homes being built here, it's the state of Arkansas that regulates how many and where they build (it's based on the population in the county, to stifle competition). If you think that the Campbell nursing home is bad, just look at the nursing homes in Kennett and the one in Rector. They are pretty on the outside, but a mess on the inside.
Thought of the Day

Vincennes, IN

#9 Mar 30, 2012
They might own it, but they don't run it. Also, if the churches own Campbell, then how can the Coles rename the Piggott nursing home General Baptist Nursing Home of Piggott when they are the ones that bought it, not the church. I also said that the City of Piggott will not let another nursing home be built. Each county is allowed so many beds. If the city would let them build, they would have to do what Corning did. Tear down and build again. But the City won't allow it. The Coles care how the building looks and not how the residents or staff is treated. Magnolia Manor is not General Baptist. Might be same owners, but it is for "profit"
justme

Mountain Home, AR

#10 Apr 4, 2012
Thought of the Day wrote:
They might own it, but they don't run it. Also, if the churches own Campbell, then how can the Coles rename the Piggott nursing home General Baptist Nursing Home of Piggott when they are the ones that bought it, not the church. I also said that the City of Piggott will not let another nursing home be built. Each county is allowed so many beds. If the city would let them build, they would have to do what Corning did. Tear down and build again. But the City won't allow it. The Coles care how the building looks and not how the residents or staff is treated. Magnolia Manor is not General Baptist. Might be same
owners, but it is for "profit"
Yes General Baptist Healthcare DOES own Magnolia Manor. They also have a nursing home and assisted living in Mt Carmel, IL that is also part of General Baptist Healthcare, it takes mega money to buy these places, build them and keep them running, and yes the Coles do care what they look like, but don't you like your home to look nice too? I worked at Campbell and I can not imagine it taking a long time for a haircut, unless Sarah was on vacation, because she has a schedule of hair washes cuts and perms, and getting nails cut if they are still giving CNA classes any of those can do that, yes CNA's are the hardest working people there are and the most underpaid, I was not a CNA but is you are nice to them they will be your best friend. This is just a small part of what I could tell you there good sides and bad in everything, nothing is perfect, but I do know you cannot please everyone all the time.
I KNOW

Salem, AR

#11 Apr 4, 2012
just me you are so right!CNAS are the backbone of the nurseing staff,they work hard and will work right along with there nurses if treated with respect and acknowledged for their hard work. under paid is an understatement management is always asking what can we do to keep CNAS? PAY THEM!!!!TREAT THEM LIKE YOU WANT TO BE TREATED,YES!YOU WILL FIND SOME WHO JUST DON'T NEED TO BE A CNA,AND IT DON'T TAKE LONG TO FIND OUT SO NIP IT IN THE BUD,BUT!As I said you treat them right they will work hard with you to get things done right for the wefare of the patient,I know well I have been a nurse a long time now!TWOGETHER IS BETTER!

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#12 Apr 26, 2012
The property and the license for the nursing home in Piggott are owned by a company from California named Health Care Property Investors (HCPI). They own but do not operate many nursing homes and hospitals throughout the country. Instead, they buy up and lease the properties, along with the licenses, to the operators.

Neither Beverly Enterprises, Centennial Healthcare, nor Tom Murphy ever owned the building or the license. They just leased from HCPI. The City of Piggott has nothing to do with that.

So if a new nursing home is to be built, HCPI will have to be convinced to do it, or convinced to sell the property and license to General Baptist. That would involve substantially more money than merely buying up Tom Murphy's lease. Then there would be the huge additional investment in building a new facility.

General Baptist would have to consider whether the return on the total investment would be sufficient to operate in a manner to provide quality care and quality living for its residents and still be viable financially. That is not a responsibility to be taken lightly.
Guest

Brazil, IN

#13 Apr 27, 2012
Old_Timer wrote:
The property and the license for the nursing home in Piggott are owned by a company from California named Health Care Property Investors (HCPI). They own but do not operate many nursing homes and hospitals throughout the country. Instead, they buy up and lease the properties, along with the licenses, to the operators.
Neither Beverly Enterprises, Centennial Healthcare, nor Tom Murphy ever owned the building or the license. They just leased from HCPI. The City of Piggott has nothing to do with that.
So if a new nursing home is to be built, HCPI will have to be convinced to do it, or convinced to sell the property and license to General Baptist. That would involve substantially more money than merely buying up Tom Murphy's lease. Then there would be the huge additional investment in building a new facility.
General Baptist would have to consider whether the return on the total investment would be sufficient to operate in a manner to provide quality care and quality living for its residents and still be viable financially. That is not a responsibility to be taken lightly.
All 4 facilities are owned by the General Baptist Association, not the Cole's. They also bought the actual property this time not just the business. The GB owns the building and the business in Piggott now.

“Ultimate Minority=Individ ual”

Since: Jul 09

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#14 Apr 27, 2012
Guest wrote:
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All 4 facilities are owned by the General Baptist Association, not the Cole's. They also bought the actual property this time not just the business. The GB owns the building and the business in Piggott now.
Good! Let's hope they enough additional resources to be able to replace the building.
smartass

Vincennes, IN

#15 Apr 28, 2012
Actually General Baptist healthcare owns 5 all together in 3 different states.
General Baptist is the Coles. Jack and Sue started the General Baptist Association years ago. Has nothing to do with the General Baptist churchs, honestly.
Right now the CEO is in hot water. So he has too much going on to even do anything with the recent purchase. Piggott nursing home might be shut down after all.
Guest

Euless, TX

#16 Apr 28, 2012
smartass wrote:
Actually General Baptist healthcare owns 5 all together in 3 different states.
General Baptist is the Coles. Jack and Sue started the General Baptist Association years ago. Has nothing to do with the General Baptist churchs, honestly.
Right now the CEO is in hot water. So he has too much going on to even do anything with the recent purchase. Piggott nursing home might be shut down after all.
. What's the CEO in hot water about?
smartass

Vincennes, IN

#17 Apr 29, 2012
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Hunter0f1

Dallas, TX

#18 Apr 29, 2012
smartass wrote:
Actually General Baptist healthcare owns 5 all together in 3 different states.
General Baptist is the Coles. Jack and Sue started the General Baptist Association years ago. Has nothing to do with the General Baptist churchs, honestly.
Right now the CEO is in hot water. So he has too much going on to even do anything with the recent purchase. Piggott nursing home might be shut down after all.
Somebody has their information wrong! Jack and Sue Cole are members of the General Baptist Denomination, but they DID NOT start it.
just glad

Dexter, MO

#19 Apr 29, 2012
so glad everyone knows the full story ....
just glad

Dexter, MO

#20 Apr 29, 2012
so glad everyone knows the whole story....

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