MDH cites Apollo Homes in Hugo after Client was Neglected

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 28th July 2018
Apollo Homes in Hugo cited by MDH failed to provide necessary cares or services, resident sent to hospital
Apollo Homes in Hugo cited by MDH failed to provide necessary cares or services, resident sent to hospital

Apollo Homes Client Requires Hospitalization

It is alleged in a report from the Minnesota Department of Health that a client from Apollo Homes in Hugo was neglected when the alleged perpetrator failed to provide staffing for the client’s cares leading to the client being sent to the hospital. The client was discharged from Apollo Homes Inc. services upon hospitalization.

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Apollo Homes Failed to Provide Necessary Care or Services for Resident

Based on a preponderance of evidence, neglect of healthcare is substantiated. The alleged perpetrator (AP) failed to supply the client with care or services that were reasonable and necessary to maintain the client’s physical or mental health or safety when the AP did not ensure the appropriate staff reported to the client’s home for duty, and did not have an appropriate contingency plan, requiring the client’s family member to call 911 and the client to the hospital.

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If you suspect elder or vulnerable adult neglect or abuse contact the Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-844-880-1574.

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