The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society will close its
Spokesman Mark Dickerson said the facility was losing about $300,000 a year because occupancy was low. The facility has 43 skilled nursing beds, 10 assisted-living apartments and 16 senior-living apartments, but typically had fewer than 30 residents, he said.
“That center has been struggling for years,” Dickerson said.
He said Good Sam put the
Over the next 60 days, he said, Good Sam will help residents find
new homes and employees new jobs. Some could be transferred to a Good Sam
Good Sam also has campuses in Silverton and
Dickerson said he does not know what will become of the