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New admissions to Tennessee nursing home suspended
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee's health commissioner has suspended admissions to a nursing home after an investigation found problems with the facility. Commissioner John Dreyzehner said in a news release Tuesday that Laughlin Health Care Center in Greeneville has been ordered not to admit new residents. The release says investigators found violations related to the facility's administration, performance improvement and nursing services.