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BCHD HLC will be 80% to 95% Non-Resident/Non-Taxpayer Benefit

Public Comment - BCHD Strat Dev 1/2-Day 2/16/24


BCHD avoids any discussion of the allcove Beach Cities service area, RCFE tenants, and PACE enrollees of the proposed HLC. This is a deliberate misrepresentation of known facts by BCHD's Board and Executives.


allcove Beach Cities - 91% Non-Resident Service Area

According to LA County Public Health data, the service area of allcove Beach Cities is 91% non-residents of the District based on SPA8's definition. BCHD is planning to provide free use of District Taxpayer land to site the allcove building that requires a minimum of 30-year operation without funding sources according to the development contract with the State.


RCFE - 80% Non-Resident Service Area

BCHD paid MDS consulting for a market study of assisted living use for the campus, along with 2 paid updates. Exhibit 3-3 of that study clearly shows that the service area market for tenants is 20% District (90254, 90266, 90277, 90278) and 80% OUT OF DISTRICT. BCHD has provided no updates since 2019 as it continues its campaign of operating in the shadows on the HLC.


PACE - 95% Non-Resident Enrollees

According to the National PACE Assoc. only 1 in 1000 seniors 65+ uses PACE. PACE requires a Medicaid finding of the need for nursing home services. 91% of PACE enrollees are Medicaid funded. 99% are both Medicare and Medicaid funded. There are between 16,000 and 17,000 seniors in the District per US Census, so only 17 of the 400 planned PACE enrollees will be District residents.


BCHD NEEDS TO RETURN TO ITS LAWFUL MISSION - SERVICING THE RESIDENTS OF THE DISTRICT


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LEGAL AUTHORIZATON WAS PROVIDED FOR BCHD TO LIMIT SERVICES TO RESIDENTS BY THE LA FORMATION COMMISSION

During BCHD's 2022 Local Area Formation Commission hearing, LAFCO made it clear that BCHD has a 100% right to limit services to the residents that formed and funded the District.


The Service Area of BCHD: "residents who reside" in the District

The District represented to the Superior Court that its purpose was to provide benefits and services (hospital) to the "residents who reside" in the "District". BCHD plan moving forward is 80% to 95% non-resident services.


PACE: 95% Non-Resident Enrollees

BCHD's proposed PACE facility for 400 enrollees will be as few as16 District residents and 384 non-residents according to statistics by the National PACE Assoc. that show only 1 in 1,000 seniors use PACE. The District has approximately 16,000 seniors showing that on average only 17 will participate.


allcove: 91% Non-Resident Service Area

allcove Beach Cities is contracted to service LA County SPA8 which is Athens, Avalon, Carson, Catalina Island, El Segundo, Gardena, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, Long Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Dominguez, Rancho Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, San Pedro, Torrance, Wilmington and others.

allcove's 30-year minimum operation building will sit on District taxpayer land without paying the market-based $250,000 - $500,000 annual lease payment.


RCFE: 80% Non-Resident Tenancy

BCHD's proposed 100% privately owned RCFE will service 80% District non-residents according to BCHD's consultant MDS's Exhibit 3-3. MDS's work is based on affordability and shows that the majority of tenancy will be from the wealthy PV area.

Further, even though the RCFE will use District taxpayer land, it will be market rate at an average of $11,311/month.



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