The $2 million WV State Veterans Nursing Home in Clarksburg can't seem to get opened.

Over the past four days authorities from the Office of Health Facility Licensure and Certification completed an inspection that will determine the home's fate.

Following announcements, openings, dedications, closings and partial openings, attempts to completely open the home have failed.

There are eight patients in the facility.

Problems reportedly range from building construction to staffing issues.

Results from the recent inspection could be back in a few days.

The $2 plus million facility is the first veterans nursing home built in West Virginia, located on 5.5 acres of land given to the State of West Virginia on the Louis A. Johnson VAMC grounds.

It will be attached to the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center facility and owned and operated by the State of West Virginia through the Division of Veterans Affairs.

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