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Personal care home fined for having water temperatures that far exceeded regulatory limits.

Topic: Public Health, Decided by Judge Woodard 
Docket Number: 1456804 , Decision Date: 2014-10-24 
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Petitioner, a licensed personal care home, was fined $601.00 after a routine inspection found that the facility’s bathrooms had hot water levels that were twenty degrees over the maximum limit set by the Department of Community Health.

Facility fined for failure to provide access to inspectors.

Topic: Public Health, Decided by Judge Walker 
Docket Number: 1501919 , Decision Date: 2014-09-29 
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The Department of Community Health’s decision to fine a Private Home Care Provider was upheld where the facility’s owner failed on two occasions to provide the Department’s inspectors with access to the facility.

Violating WIC rules and regulations results in vendor disqualification.

Topic: Public Health, Decided by Judge Woodard 
Docket Number: 1414463 , Decision Date: 2014-04-24 
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Petitioner, Zam Zam International Foods, Inc., formerly an authorized WIC vendor, was disqualified from Georgia WIC, and its vendor agreement terminated, for redeeming WIC vouchers in amounts exceeding its documented inventory of certain WIC-eligible products.  Petitioner also failed to adhere to the Georgia Department of [..] Read More..

Georgia Supreme Court dismisses appeal as moot where disqualification period had already expired.

Topic: Public Health, Decided by Judge Gatto 
Docket Number: 1114919 , Decision Date: 2011-02-03 
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In February 2011, Judge John B. Gatto modified the Department of Community Health’s one-year disqualification of Babies Right Start, Inc. (BRS) to a six months’ probationary period in the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).  An Agency Appeals Reviewer reversed Judge [..] Read More..

Store disqualified from participation in WIC for multiple program violations.

Topic: Public Health, Decided by Judge Teate 
Docket Number: 1339978 , Decision Date: 2013-08-06 
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A store was disqualified from participating in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program for three years as a result of multiple violations of WIC rules, including redeeming food for an amount exceeding the purchase price and for permitting purchases of non-WIC eligible items with [..] Read More..

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