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January 05, 1990 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-05

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TREAT WILLIAMS ALICE KRIGE MARTIN LANDAU

as Simon Wiesenthal

Aged

Continued from Page 1

ed the lawsuit challenging
the approval of the CON.
Beaumont recently
withdrew from the lawsuit.
The problem, said one
state health official who re-
quested anonymity, is that
there is no bed need in the
Oakland County area accor-
ding to state standards. And,
she said, when several par-
ties are trying to secure
CONs in a county with no
bed need, denials and
lawsuits will surely follow.
For the Jewish Home For
Aged, the complex process
started in 1986, when the
Home applied for its first
certificate of need from the
Michigan Department of
Public Health to move Pren-
tis Manor in Southfield and
Borman Hall in Detroit to a

"It is hard to
develop a game
plan."

single facility at the Jewish
Community Campus on
Maple and Drake roads.
The state board didn't buy
into that plan since the
Home was trying to move
beds from two counties —
Oakland and Wayne — into
one county, Oakland. It has
been under administrative
review since that time. Con-
sequently, the Home applied
for individual certificates of
need for Borman and Pren-
tis, and sought special provi-
sions for religious needs.
The Home and other par-
ties seeking CONs appeared
to get a reprieve from the
state last month when a
hearing officer recom-
mended in a 50-page report
that CONs be granted to the
JHA, Beaumont and Gur-
win. The CON board is ex-
pected to meet in February
or March, said Carole
Barnett, assistant state at-
torney general assigned to
the Home's case.
In addition, the state
House and Senate in
December passed legislation
allowing for exemptions in
requesting CONs, which
would smooth approvals for
facilities with special
needs. ❑

Campaign Holds
Fund Raiser

Young Adult Division $500
section will hold a fund raiser
on behalf of the 1990 Allied
Jewish Campaign at 6:30
p.m. Jan. 18.
Dr. Conrad L. Giles will
discuss the needs for this
year's Campaign.
For information, call the
YAD office, 965-3939, exten-
sion 161.

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