Leland assisted-living facility reopens after multiple violations – Wilmington Star-News

After a month of being barred from admitting new residents and facing the threat of having its license downgraded, an assisted-living facility in Leland has been allowed to again accept seniors.

State regulators suspended admissions at Corinthian Place on May 7 after an inspection turned up several violations affecting residents’ safety and health. The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services’ Adult Care Licensure Section also said it planned on issuing a provisional license for the facility, which is located on Lincoln Road.

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