Nursing Home Admission Agreements – Fall & Winter 2007

Part Two of A Three Part Series
By Joseph Musso, Esq.

Depending upon the size and affiliation of the nursing facility, an admission agreement (or admission contract) may be from four to ten pages or more. Some contracts are all inclusive. Other contracts are shorter with additional papers that have to be signed separately. Examples of additional paperwork not included in the smaller contract, but have to be signed, would be authorizations to photograph the resident or request for beautician services.
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