Noah Asimow
Wastewater concerns continue to hover over the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s proposed new nursing home facility off the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road, with selectmen voting Monday to commission an independent analysis.
Edgartown select board
Martha's Vineyard Hospital
Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Edgartown wastewater treatment plant

2003

Deficit Staggers Nursing Home

Operating Loss of $500,000 Is Mainly Attributable to Loss of
Medicaid Payments from the State

By JULIA WELLS
Gazette Senior Writer

Leaders at the Windemere Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center
announced this week that the Island's only nursing home ended its
fiscal year with a staggering $500,000 operating loss, more than
$300,000 over the projected loss for the year. About half the loss can
be traced to retroactive cuts in Medicaid reimbursements.

2002

New Windemere Administrator Foresees Turnaround at Vineyard Nursing
Center

By MANDY LOCKE

Just past the entrance way of Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation
Center, Philip Hickey sits in a fishbowl.

2001

Hospital leaders gave themselves a checkup this week, and while no crisis was detected, there was a prescription - for more work.

He has been on the job two months now, and no one calls him Mr.
Dresser anymore.

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