A CLOSER LOOK: 1,901 COVID-19 related deaths in nursing homes

A Closer Look

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ARKANSAS (KNWA/KFTA) — The Arkansas Health Department (ADH) reports 1,901 cumulative deaths related to COVID-19 as of February 1.

Nursing home deaths increased by 166 from January 19 to February 1.

ADH NEW NURSING HOME DEATHS 1/25

  • Advanced Health & Rehab of Union Co., Union County: 2 deaths (5 total)
  • Bear Creek Healthcare, Sevier County: 1 death
  • Cabot Health & Rehab., Lonoke County: 1 death (17 total)
  • Cave City Nursing Home, Sharp County: 1 death (12 total)
  • Crestpark of Wynne, Cross County: 2 deaths
  • Glenwood Health Rehab., Pike County: 4 deaths (5 total)
  • Heartland Rehab. & care Center, Saline County: 5 deaths (12 total)
  • Montgomery County Nursing Home, Montgomery County: 1 death (9 total)
  • Randolph Co Nursing Home, Randolph County: 1 death ( 35 total)
  • Salem Place Nursing & Rehab. Ctr, Faulkner County: 11 deaths (15 total)
  • Silver Oaks Health & Rehab., Ouachita County: 1 death (2 total)
  • Somerset Senior Living at Canyon Springs, Garland County: 1 death (4 total)
  • Somerset Senior Living at Crossett, Ashley County: 1 death
  • Woodland Heights, Pulaski County: 1 death
  • Total of 33 deaths on this list. ADH also reported 33 deaths.

ADH NEW NURSING HOME DEATHS 2/1

  • Arbor Oaks Healthcare & Rehab., Hot Spring County: 1 death 7 total
  • Arkansas State Veterans Home-N Little Rock, Pulaski County: 2 deaths
  • Cave City Nursing Home, Sharp County: 3 deaths (total 15)
  • Concordia Nursing & Rehab., Benton County: 6 deaths (7 total)
  • Cottage Lane Health & Rehab., Pulaski County: 1 death (18 total)
  • Crawford Healthcare & Rehab. Ctr., Crawford County: 1 death (10 total)
  • Dalton’s Place at Star City, Lincoln County: 1 death (2 total)
  • East Point Health & Rehab., Lincoln County: 10 deaths (15 total)
  • Elmcroft of Mountain Home-ALF, Baxter County: 3 deaths (5 total)
  • Encore Healthcare & Rehab., Hot Spring County: -1 (8 total)
  • Greystone Nursing & Rehab., Lonoke County: 1 death (3 total)
  • Heritage Living Center-Conway, Faulkner County: 3 deaths (12 total)
  • Hot Springs Nursing & Rehab-A Waters Community, Garland County: 24 deaths (44 total)
  • Katherine’s Place at Wedington, Washington County: 11 deaths (22 total)
  • Lonoke Health & Rehab, Lonoke County: -1 (6 total)
  • Mitchell’s Nursing Home, Yell County: 1 death s (12 total)
  • Oakdale Nursing Facility, White County: 2 deaths (8 total)
  • Promenade Health & Rehab., Benton County: 1 death (9 total)
  • Randolph Co Nursing Home, Randolph County: 1 death (36 total)
  • River Ridge Rehab. & Care Ctr., Cross County: 4 deaths ( 12 total)
  • Robinson Nursing & Rehab., Pulaski County: 2 deaths (11 total)
  • Somerset Senior Living at Crossett, Ashley County: 1 death (2 total)
  • Somerset Senior Living at McGehee, Desha County: 2 deaths (3 total)
  • Somerset Senior Living at Premier-NLR, Pulaski County: 21 deaths
  • St. Michaels’ Place, Jackson County: 3 deaths (10 total)
  • The Crossing at Riverside Health & Rehab., White County: 1 death (21 total)
  • The Greenhouse Cottages at Poplar Grove, Pulaski County: 5 deaths
  • The Springs of Batesville, Independence County: 1 death (33 total)
  • The Springs of Minecreek, Howard County: 1 death (3 total)
  • The Village at Valley Ranch, Pulaski County: 1 death (13 total)
  • The Waters of North Little Rock, Pulaski County: 1 death (4 total)
  • The Waters of Woodland Hills, Pulaski County: 1 death
  • Timberlane Health & Rehab., Union County: 2 deaths (10 total)
  • Trinity Village Medical Center, Jefferson County: 1 death
  • Valley Springs Rehab. & Health Ctr., Crawford County: 3 deaths (7 total)
  • Village Springs Health & Rehab., Garland County: 2 deaths (10 total)
  • White River Healthcare, Izard County: 12 deaths (15 total)
  • Woodruff County Health Ctr., Woodruff County: 2 deaths (5 total)
  • Total of 136 deaths listed; ADH reports 133 deaths

Nursing home deaths represent nearly 48% of total confirmed COVID-19-related deaths in Arkansas.

There are 226 licensed nursing homes in the state, per the ADH.

Regarding vaccinations at the facilities, the agency reported on Wednesday, “We have heard from the facilities that we were checking on. Every licensed long-term care facility was offered at least first doses, and many also had second doses, in January.”

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