MDH Cites Minneapolis Nursing Home for Neglect After Failing to Provide CPR

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 21st February 2013
MDH Complaint After Failing to Provide CPR

MDH Complaint After Failing to Provide CPR

MDH Cites Nursing Home For Failing to Provide CPR For Resident

A nursing home had a finding of neglect by the Minnesota Department of Health after failing to provide CPR when a resident was not provide with care according to his physician orders, when the staff person did not contact the on-call physician as ordered and not perform CPR after the resident stopped breathing.

Failing to Provide CPR According to Doctor’s Orders

Failing to provide CPR, For the entire MDH report click here

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