Feb. 2020 citation - SF Jewish Home

Gabriel Greschler filed this request with the California Department of Public Health of California.
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P009541-070720

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Completed

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From: Gabriel Greschler


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California Public Records Act, I hereby request the following records:

Any emails or documents pertaining to a $20,000 citation issued against the JEWISH HOME & REHAB CENTER D/P SNF (302 Silver Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112) on February 10, 2020, as well as the subsequent appeal by the facility.
I've attached the citation in question to this records request.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 calendar days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Gabriel Greschler

From: California Department of Public Health

Thank you for contacting the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to obtain public records.
Your Public Records Act (PRA) request dated July 07, 2020, is being processed.  Reference Number P009540-070720 has been assigned for tracking purposes.  Please refer to this reference number for use when accessing the CDPH Public Records Center Portal to monitor the progress of your request.
CDPH strives to answer all requests for public records in as timely a manner as possible.  Under California law, CDPH must respond to your inquiry no later than ten calendar days from receipt of the request to notify you whether records will be disclosed.   Note that some records are exempted from disclosure.  If the requested records are exempt, we will inform you in writing as to why.
The Public Records Act (see Govt. Code §6250 et. seq.) provides that CDPH may extend the response period for up to 14 calendar days should it be necessary to search for records located at off-site facilities or if the request involves a voluminous amount of records.  We will notify you within 10 days of receipt of your request if a 14-day extension is necessary.  If fees are involved, CDPH will need to collect the fees before releasing the records.  However, there is typically no fee for records released electronically through the Public Records Center Portal.
The 10- and 14-day response periods are to allow CDPH time to determine how long it will take to disclose the requested records.  Depending on the number of records requested or other factors, a response may take longer.  CDPH will do its best to provide documents on a rolling basis as they become available and to keep you informed as to the timing and type of records to be released.
Please visit the CDPH Public Records Center Portal to monitor request progress, communicate with CDPH staff processing your request and to submit future requests.

From: California Department of Public Health

Thank you for contacting the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to obtain public records.
Your Public Records Act (PRA) request dated July 07, 2020, is being processed.  Reference Number P009541-070720 has been assigned for tracking purposes.  Please refer to this reference number for use when accessing the CDPH Public Records Center Portal to monitor the progress of your request.
CDPH strives to answer all requests for public records in as timely a manner as possible.  Under California law, CDPH must respond to your inquiry no later than ten calendar days from receipt of the request to notify you whether records will be disclosed.   Note that some records are exempted from disclosure.  If the requested records are exempt, we will inform you in writing as to why.
The Public Records Act (see Govt. Code §6250 et. seq.) provides that CDPH may extend the response period for up to 14 calendar days should it be necessary to search for records located at off-site facilities or if the request involves a voluminous amount of records.  We will notify you within 10 days of receipt of your request if a 14-day extension is necessary.  If fees are involved, CDPH will need to collect the fees before releasing the records.  However, there is typically no fee for records released electronically through the Public Records Center Portal.
The 10- and 14-day response periods are to allow CDPH time to determine how long it will take to disclose the requested records.  Depending on the number of records requested or other factors, a response may take longer.  CDPH will do its best to provide documents on a rolling basis as they become available and to keep you informed as to the timing and type of records to be released.
Please visit the CDPH Public Records Center Portal to monitor request progress, communicate with CDPH staff processing your request and to submit future requests.
California Department of Public Health

From: California Department of Public Health

RE: Public Records Reference # P009541-070720
Dear Gabriel :
On July 07, 2020, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) received your request for records under the Public Records Act (PRA) wherein you requested the following: Any emails or documents pertaining to a $20,000 citation issued against the JEWISH HOME & REHAB CENTER D/P SNF (302 Silver Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112) on February 10, 2020, as well as the subsequent appeal by the facility.
I've attached the citation in question to this records request.

The responsive records are ready for your review and have been released to the CDPH Public Records Center. Click the link below this message to login to your online account.
If you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact me at (415) 330-6353.
Sincerely,
Carmela Roxas
Associate Governmental Program Analyst
CHCQ/LNC/DO-San Francisco

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