Recent MDH Substantiated Neglect at Estates at Bloomington after neglect – nursing care. Substantiated Neglect After Serious Pressure Sores at the Estates at Bloomington In a report dated August 25, 2017, the Minnesota Department of Health cited Golden LivingCenter in
KSMS Our House Austin Cited with Neglect After Serious Wounds In a report from the Minnesota Department of Health dated, February 13, 2017, it is alleged that a client at KSMS Our House in Austin Minnesota was neglected when s/he
Nursing Home Pressure Sore Injury Residents of nursing homes have a few areas of risk that are the greatest, some like falls, being dropped from lifts, medication mistakes, sexual and physical abuse are obvious forms of neglect. Pressure sore injury
Pressure Injury Stages Have Many Names There are names for skin breakdown and deterioration leading to need for pressure injury stages. Pressure injuries are commonly referred to as “bedsores” sometimes spelled “bed sores” they are medically called decubitus ulcers and as know
Minnesota Nursing Home Bedsore Lawyer Elder care nursing home bedsore lawyer cases usually involve a pressure sore or ulcer also known as bedsore which started or worsened due to a lack of care. Disabled residents require assistance with many activities
Minnesota Nursing Home Bed Sore Lawyer Elder neglect and abuse is preventable as a nursing home bed sore lawyer I frequently see wounds with infection, deep sores, some to the bone and requiring surgery including amputations of feet and lower
In a report dated June 24, 2016, it is alleged that a client was neglected at Keystone Highland Park when the facility failed to follow the physician’s orders regarding wound care and also did not provide adequate personal cares for the client. The facility was not tracking the treatment of wound care. The client’s wound has worsened..
In a report dated August 1, 2016, the Minnesota Department of Health alleged that a resident at Bethany Residence was neglect when staff failed to properly monitor and follow physician’s orders for caring of the resident’s wound. The resident is currently hospitalized for treatment of the wound.
Valleyview Owatonna Complaint Findings for Neglect In a report concluded on January 10, 2013, the Minnesota Department of Health cites Valleyview Owatonna for neglect of health care – wound. Based on the preponderance of evidence neglect is substantiated. Neglect occurred when the
In a report dated December 20, 2016, the Minnesota Department of Health alleged that a client at Cottage Grove White Pines II was neglected when s/he developed a stage four pressure ulcer while at the facility.