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Business briefs for Monday, June 22

Ensign Group declares quarterly dividend of 5 cents per share … Nursing facility staffing levels, quality linked to number of COVID-19 cases: study … Pandemic has led more than half of workers to rethink what’s important to them in a job: survey … Tryko Partners adds another Philadelphia-area SNF to its portfolio … Cushman & Wakefield arrange $19.8M refinancing loan for new South Carolina seniors housing community

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Ensign ‘very pleased’ with Pennant Group spinoff results

The Ensign Group is “very pleased” with the results of the spinoff of The Pennant Group, which focuses on senior living, home health and hospice, Ensign Chief Investment Officer Chad Keetch said Thursday. And despite the spinoff, Ensign continues to invest in senior living properties.

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Earnings calls detail big plans for senior living

HCP — which announced a new name, a new ticker symbol, the promotions of several individuals and multimillion dollar deals involving Brookdale Senior Living and Capital Senior Living — wasn’t the only company operating in senior living that shared big plans last week.

People in the news, Aug. 20

Promotions, appointments and other news at Asbury, Caddis, The Ensign Group, The Glen at Scripps Ranch, Heritage Senior Living, LandSouth, Legacy Senior Living, Maplewood Senior Living, the National Center for Assisted Living and Summit Healthcare REIT.

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More news for Monday, Aug. 5

Ensign announces date of senior living division spin-off … FCC gives rural providers a telemedicine boost .. New York capital debates $200 annual per-bed fee on assisted living facilities

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