PROVIDENCE – The state’s health department on Friday evening released a list of 92 healthcare facilities that have requested a 30-day extension to the deadline that expired Friday on Governor Dan McKee’s tenure that all agents health workers should be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The department also took action on Friday night against a Cranston dentist who publicly defied the vaccination mandate, ordering him to stop practicing until he was in compliance.
The 92 healthcare facilities requesting an extension include most of the state’s hospitals and most of its nursing homes. The ministry posted a list of facilities on its website as facilities filed corrective action plans before Friday’s deadline.
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A corrective action plan, which details how facilities will achieve 100% compliance with the immunization mandate by Oct. 31, is authorized for facilities that say banning unvaccinated workers would create shortages that would hamper immunization. operations.
Hospitals on the list include Rhode Island Hospital, Miriam Hospital, and Eleanor Slater Public Hospital. Nursing homes include the state-run Rhode Island Veterans Home.
A separate list of facilities that have achieved 100% compliance on the Department of Health website includes hospitals that are part of Care New England, which issued a statement on Friday saying it had achieved 100% compliance. by banning workers who had not been vaccinated. Care New England hospitals on the list include Kent, Women & Infants, and Butlerhospitals.
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A total of seven hospitals have requested extensions while six have not. Of the nursing homes, 35 requested extensions and 31 did not.
In addition to hospitals and nursing homes requesting extensions, 15 assisted living facilities, nine home nursing operators, four nursing service agencies, four home care providers, three state clinical laboratories, two nursing programs, adult day care center and one of hospices, organized outpatient facilities and rehabilitation hospitals.
In addition, 10 out-of-state clinical labs missed the deadline and requested an extension. Department of Health spokesman Joseph Wendelken said out-of-state labs needed a license from Rhode Island to test samples taken in Rhode Island, but the Department of Health did not ‘would not try to strictly enforce the vaccination mandate on them.
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No school health center, outpatient surgery medical center, kidney disease treatment center, stand-alone emergency care center, or stand-alone outpatient surgery center has requested an extension.
Wendelken said that while it is possible that the Department of Health will reject a facility’s request for an extension, it is unlikely to happen. Instead, the ministry would likely work with the facility to address its concerns.
Cranston dentist has 10 days to request a hearing
In the case of Cranston dentist Stephen Skoly, the service, in addition to ordering him to stop practicing, gave him 10 days to request a hearing.
The department discovered that Skoly, who specializes in maxillofacial surgery at the Chapel View shopping center, had made “various public statements, including statements published in video recordings,” indicating that he was not vaccinated and that he continued to practice dentistry.
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The department concluded that these statements “constituted reasonable grounds” to believe that he had violated the warrant.
Health Ministry spokesman Wendelken said Skoly was the only supplier to receive such a notice on Friday.
Establishments that did not meet the IR vaccination mandate deadline
Here is the State Department of Health’s list of health facilities in Rhode Island that has requested a 30-day extension for all workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It is separated into categories used by the department, with the number of each category in parentheses.
Adult Daycare Program (2)
Renaissance ADHC LLC
Svetlo daycare for adults
Assisted living (15)
All American assisted living facilities in Warwick
Baie de l’Ancre in Pocasset
Autumn Residence Villa d’Automne
New England Brookdale Center
Brookdale South Bay
Capitol Ridge in Providence
Forest Farm Assisted Living
Greenwich Farms in Warwick
Halcyon at West Bay LLC
Highlands on the east side
Sainte Claire – Newport
Cherry Hill Bridge
Clinical laboratory – In working order (3)
East Side Clinical Laboratory Inc.
Rhode Island Blood Center
Clinical Laboratory – Out of State (10)
Alletess medical laboratory
Clongen Laboratories, LLC
Genotox Laboratories LtÃ©e.
Priva Path Labs dba LGC Labs
Progentec Diagnostics Inc.
Southwest Regional PCR Lab LLC
Sysmex Inostics Inc.
University of Arizona Basic Clinical Genetics Services
Home care provider (4)
Help Hearts LLC
Home assistance from RI
Visiting the angels
Home nursing care (9)
All about home care
Capitol Home Care Network Inc.
Comfort home care services
RI Home Care Services Inc.
Maxim Health Care Services Inc.
Nursing placement Home care services inc.
Nursing Placement Inc.
Pinnacle Home Care LLC
Visiting nurse at home and in hospice
Visiting nurse at home and in hospice
Eleanor Slater Hospital
Emma Pendleton Bradley Hospital
Historic medical center
Rhode Island Hospital
Nursing center (35)
Apple Rehab Trimmer
Bannister Rehabilitation and Health Care Center
Brookdale Bay Sakonnet
Brookdale South Bay
Crystal Lake Rehabilitation and Care Center
Eastgate Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Elderberry scallop in Wakefield
Elmhurst Rehabilitation and Health Care Center
Elmwood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Evergreen House Health Center
La Maison Sympathique Inc.
Golden Crest Nursing Center
Grace Barker Nursing Center
Hattie Ide Chaffee House
HÃ©bert retirement home
Heritage Hills Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Vacation Retirement Home Inc.
Residence Jeanne Jugan
John Clarke Retreat Center
Kingston Health and Rehabilitation Center
Lincolnwood Rehabilitation and Health Center
Linn Health and Rehabilitation
Mansion Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Morgan Health Center
Manor with view of the orchard
Welcoming Rhode Island Veterans
Riverview Health Care Community
Royal Middletown Nursing Center
South Kingstown Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Sainte Claire House
Trinity Health and Rehabilitation Center
Village House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
West Health Center
Nursing service agency (4)
A benevolent experience Nursing Services inc.
Maxim Healthcare Staffing Services Inc.
Norton and Associates Inc.
Royal Home RI LLC
Organized ambulatory care center (1)
B&B Medical Marijuana Assessment Center
Rehabilitation hospital (1)
Rhode Island Rehabilitation Hospital
How RI Compares Nationally in COVID Statistics
Here’s how Rhode Island compares to 49 other states, statistically, in its response to the coronavirus crisis:
37 Rhode Island has recorded the 37th most recently identified per capita coronavirus case among the 50 states in the past seven days.
46 Rhode Island has recorded the 46th highest number of coronavirus deaths per capita among the 50 states in the past seven days.
47 Rhode Island had the 47th highest number of coronavirus hospital patients per capita among the 50 states in the past seven days.
24 In Rhode Island, new coronavirus cases have declined to the 24th fastest rate among the 50 states in the past 14 days.
2 Rhode Island had the second lowest positivity on coronavirus tests among the 50 states in the past seven days.
1 Rhode Island has performed the most coronavirus tests per capita of the 50 states in the past seven days.
5 Rhode Island is fifth among the 50 states as a percentage of the population that has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
4 Rhode Island is fourth among the 50 states in percentage of the fully immunized population.
8 Rhode Island has recorded the eighth case of coronavirus per capita among the 50 states since the start of the pandemic.
8 Rhode Island has recorded the eighth highest number of deaths per capita among the 50 states since the start of the pandemic.
Sources: The New York Times, Johns Hopkins University, US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Data is up to date until Friday.