Robert Rood, 28, ended up in Boise’s Vibra Hospital for short-term acute care after being discharged from Holly Lane Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Nampa. Rood’s mother says he left the nursing home with three pressure sores and having lost a lot of weight.
Robert Rood, 28, ended up in Boise’s Vibra Hospital for short-term acute care after being discharged from Holly Lane Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Nampa. Rood’s mother says he left the nursing home with three pressure sores and having lost a lot of weight. Provided by Julia Rood
Robert Rood, 28, ended up in Boise’s Vibra Hospital for short-term acute care after being discharged from Holly Lane Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Nampa. Rood’s mother says he left the nursing home with three pressure sores and having lost a lot of weight. Provided by Julia Rood

Mistreatment at Nampa nursing home began years ago, families say

October 07, 2016 02:09 PM

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