LSS boasts a key direct care staff turnover of 66 percent, second only to San Angelo.
The Lubbock State School did not make a direct statement on the situation, but directed us tot he Department of Aging and Disabilities Services.
DADS officials say the high turnover is due to a competitive medical industry that has left a shortage of doctors, nurses and medical staff.
This report come a year and a half after the Attorney General's report that said LSS has less than sufficient medical care for residents.
DADS did not give a specific answer to how they intend to solve LSS's problems, but did say they will be working with the legislature for increased funding.
For the State Audit Report: http://www.sao.state.tx.us/Reports/report.cfm/report/08-039
For the 2006 AG report: http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/split/documents/lubbock_sch_findlet_12-11-06.pdf