Resident Pain Medications Were Not Re-Ordered as Necessary and Other Quality of Care Concerns in Minnetonka Assisted Living Facility
A Failure to Order Pain Medication for Resident Results in Substantiated Complaint for Minnetonka Assisted Living and other Quality of Care issues such as peri-care / toileting concerns. It is essential that residents receive their pain medication and other necessary medications as prescribed by their physician.
Provider: Minnetonka Assisted Living
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Provider Type: Assisted Living
Number of Substantiated Complaints listed by MDH 3
Date Investigation Concluded: April 7, 2011
Basis of Complaint: Neglect of Health Care
Date Investigation Concluded: February 5, 2010
Basis of Complaint: Medication Administration – Pain Medication
Date Investigation Concluded: September 30, 2009
Basis of Complaint: Medication Administration – Pain Medication Although, efforts are made to make accurate links and relayed information, these blogs are examples of neglect and other issues, please double check all information at: MDH Website
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