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Union County, North Carolina

Nursing Home Advisory Committee

Member Name Position Title Term Date District Qualifications

Marise C. Robertson

Regular Member

06/06/2016 - 06/30/2019

at large

County Resident

VACANT POSITION

Regular Member


at large

County Resident

Sandra Adcock

Regular Member

1/17/2017-1/17/2018

at large

County Resident

Sharon Carter

Regular Member

4/17/2017-4/17/2018

at large

County Resident

Matt Norwood

Regular Member

09/19/16-09/19/2020

at large

County Resident

VACANT POSITION

Regular Member


at large

County Resident

VACANT POSITION

Regular Member


at large

County Resident

VACANT POSITION

Regular Member


at large

County Resident

Notes: If a member name cell is blank, it can mean either the current position and term are vacant, or the person who served in the capacity during the term date is still serving until a new appointment is made.

Legislation

None

Number of Positions

13

Meeting Information

the last Wednesday during the months of January, April, July, and October at 9:30a.m. at HealthQuest, 415 E. Franklin Street, Monroe, NC. The committee also makes monthly visits to county nursing homes.

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Contact Information

Clerk to the Board of Commissioners:
Lynn West, CMC
500 N. Main St., Room 914
Monroe, NC 28112

Phone: 704-283-3853
Email: west@unioncountync.gov

About the Nursing Home Advisory Committee

The advisory committee's primary function is to maintain the spirit of the Nursing Home Patients' Bill of Rights enacted by the North Carolina General Assembly in 1977. One of the major responsibilities of this advisory committee is to monitor nursing home care and resolve grievances of nursing home residents and their families. Another important role of this committee is to serve as the catalyst for increased community interaction with nursing homes and to promote better community education and awareness of issues affecting the residents. PERTINENT RULES: a.) Members must live in Union County b.) Members cannot have a financial connection with a nursing home c.) Members cannot have an immediate family member in a nursing home. TERM: Members serve an initial one-year term and can then apply for re-appointment for three-year terms. (Expiring term appointments are considered as an initial one-year term.)