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<p>When considering whether to accommodate a patient’s request regarding caregivers of a particular race, gender, or religion, the case that comes closest to setting a precedent for healthcare providers is <em>Chaney v. Plainfield Healthcare Center</em>, which involves a Plainfield, IN-based nursing home that forbade black nurses from treating certain patients.</p>

Nursing home bars black nurses, loses lawsuit