Complaints Against Grandma’s Place – Infection Control Issues
Grandma’s Place in Brooklyn Park has substantiated complaints with the Minnesota Department of Health for infection control and staffing issues.
NOTE: The following information about the facility and provider is provided by the MDH Website this blog is not a complete list of providers with Substantiated Complaints, the providers highlighted are generally those which focus on the care of disabled or elderly persons.
Pursuant to Minnesota Statute 626.5572, subd. 19; “Substantiated” means a preponderance of the evidence shows that an act that meets the definition of maltreatment, which is defined subdivision 15, as: means “abuse as defined in subdivision 2, neglect as defined in subdivision 17 or financial exploitation as defined by subdivision 9.”
Substantiated MDH Complaint Against Grandama’s Place
Provider: Grandma’s Place, Inc.
Location: Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Provider Type: Housing with Services
Number of Substantiated Complaints listed by MDH 1
Date Investigation Concluded: December 29, 2010
Basis of Complaint: Staffing Shortage, Infection Control
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