If Laguna Honda Could Manage COVID-19, Why Not Pacifica Companies at Kei-Ai LA?

Laguna Honda‚Äôs COVID-19 Outbreak Offers Lessons for Other Long-Term Care Homes This week San Francisco health officials have begun testing everyone at skilled nursing facilities for COVID-19, beginning with the county-run Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, where an early outbreak has amassed 21 cases of the virus among patients and staff. It could have … Read more

Pacifica Companies Attacks Residents with 11 Staff Layoffs from Sakura ICF

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Pacifica Companies’ Hypocrisy: There have been 11 staff layoffs at Sakura ICF in recent months

Following Pacifica Companies’ published desire to close the Sakura Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) in Boyle Heights, the ONLY facility of its kind for Japanese American and Japanese seniors in the entire United States, eleven staff have been laid off, including staff all important to the historically exceptionally high-quality bilingual and bi-cultural care that the facility has been known for.

This has occurred despite widespread opposition from the community, multiple elected officials and even the California Department of Public Health. Pacifica is continuing to do whatever they can to cut costs and push residents out of the facility to make way for more profitable high-rent housing.

Statement from a Longtime Bilingual Staffer at Sakura Intermediate Care Facility:

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CCED-LA Calls Upon CDPH to Reject Pacifica Eviction Plan #2

Grassroots Chinatown organization supports efforts of seniors at the Sakura Intermediate Care Facility desire to stay in the safety of their Boyle Heights home in opposition to corporate violence from Pacifica Companies Find out more about CCED-Los Angeles: https://www.ccedla.org/https://www.facebook.com/ccedla https://instagram.com/ccedla

Los Angeles County Inspector General Issues Second Report on Nursing Home Crisis

Why No Mention of Kei-Ai Los Angeles, the Number One Cumulative COVID-19 Death Facility West of the Mississippi? https://oig.lacounty.gov/Portals/OIG/Reports/SNF_Second%20Interim%20Reports_February%202021.pdf Issued on February 16, this is a continuation of an ongoing investigation into the crisis in nursing homes related to COVID-19, the management of which has been dysfunctional in terms of proper oversight. The new report … Read more