Commissioners pass resolution to sell home health care agency
The Stanly County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution Monday to approve the sale of the county’s home health agency.
Erin Roberts of Roberts Law Firm presented the resolution to the board to allow the sale of the agency to Bright Spring Health Services for $3.3 million.
Previously, the commissioners had authorized staff to create a letter of intent for Bright Spring to purchase the agency.
Roberts said the county can keep all accounts receivable from the agency prior to the sale date. She added Bright Spring will maintain an office in Stanly and will “provide the same or similar services that the county provided prior to the closing to individuals in need of such services to ensure indigent care is available to the population.”
Roberts said a state regulation requires patient notification at least 30 days prior to the closing of the sale.
After conducting public hearings regarding the sale of the agency, the commissioners’ resolution authorizes County Manager Andy Lucas to execute a final version of the asset purchase agreement and the sales documents per advice of counsel.