The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources requires a surety bond for residents’ funds held by a nursing home in order to protect any persons that allow a nursing home to handle their money.  The licensee shall hold separately and in trust all residents’ funds deposited with the licensee, shall administer the funds on behalf of the resident in the manner directed by the depositor, shall render a true and complete account to the depositor and the director when requested, and at least quarterly to the resident, and upon termination of the deposit, shall account for all funds received, expended, and held on hand.

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