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Troubled nursing home gets license

MONTGOMERY (AP) — A troubled nursing home affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church will remain open and its residents won’t be forced to move because a new operator will take it over, health officials announced Friday.

Resurrection Life Center in Millbrook nearly lost its state operating license earlier this year for failing to correct repeated problems cited by inspectors and was also set to lose its certification to bill the federal government for housing elderly and disabled residents.

The health department released a statement Friday saying a new license has been granted to Tutera Investments LLC, a nursing home and assisted-living facility-management company based in Kansas City.

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