Deceased at Charter House
Resident Found Deceased at Charter House

Change in Condition Without Response at Chart House

In a report from the MDH, it was alleged that the Charter House neglect a resident when they failed to assess the resident throughout her shift after the resident experienced a change in his condition. The resident was found deceased in his bed at the end of her shift.

Resident Perished Under Care at Charter House

The Minnesota Department of Health determined neglect was substantiated. The AP was responsible for the maltreatment. The AP was told during the shift change report the resident had severly low oxygen saturation reading (79%) and was placed on oxygen, yet the AP never assessed the resident during her shift and never called the on-call provider to update them on the resident’s change in condition.

The investigator conducted interviews with facility staff members, including administrative staff, nursing staff, and unlicensed staff. The resident’s providers were interviewed. The AP was interviewed. The investigation included review of the resident’s records, and facility records, including their policies and procedures. Documents were reviewed from a previous compliance investigation.

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If a loved one has suffered an injury or wrongful death from lack of supervision or medication negligence in a nursing home or other care provider that serves the elderly in Minnesota please contact our firm for a free consultation and information regarding the obligations of the facility and your rights as a resident or concerned family member. To contact Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore, directly please send an email to:, or call Ken at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589 or fill out the form on this page to discuss your case.


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Charter House Failed to Assess
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