The boss of a Gold Coast aged care facility where more than half the high-care residents were malnourished before it closed has said he is “fed up” and is getting out of aged care. Arthur Miller admitted to a Queensland parliamentary hearing on Friday that he was not up to the task of managing the high-care facility at his Earle Haven centre, which closed suddenly on 11 July, effectively leaving 69 residents homeless. He said he did not “feel very happy” about his questioning at the hearing. “I will not run aged care any more,” Miller said. Crying, screaming and violent threats after aged care home closed, inquiry told Read more Miller had been asked why he had not read a report emailed to him about the facility when he went overseas amid concerns about care at the home. He accused public servants who audited the home of being […]