Alden Town Manor Rehab & HCC
With what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has deemed a “history of persistent poor quality of care,” this Cicero nursing home has been given an overall rating of “much below average” in the past. Their findings determined that Alden Town Manor Rehab & HCC has, in the past, had more than three dozen complaints and incidents reported within a three-year period, including incidents and complaints about deficiencies that posed an immediate threat to resident safety or health.
Complaints and Deficiencies
In addition to environmental, administrative, pharmaceutical, mistreatment and other deficiencies, this nursing home has had dozens of complaints and incidents filed against it in the past. On more than one occasion, for example, the home has put resident health or safety in immediate jeopardy because of accident hazards, risks or avoidable accidents. Residents have also been harmed by medication errors, and the home has harmed residents because of a failure to write and use anti-abuse, negligence and theft policies.
There’s no excuse for carelessness in the nursing home. If a loved one has been injured in an avoidable accident, a nursing home neglect lawyer may be able to help.
Persistent Poor Care
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has a special classification for nursing homes that have what they call a “history of persistent poor quality of care.” When state or Federal inspection teams find evidence that earn a home this distinction, the home is classified as a “Special Focus Facility,” which is exactly how this home has been classified in the past.
Because Medicare and Medicaid provide funding to nursing homes, if the home does not operate at their standards, it can be fined or even denied funding. In the past, this home has been temporarily denied funding for three consecutive years.
If you know someone that has been injured, abused or neglected while living in a nursing home, they may deserve compensation as much as the government does. A nursing home abuse attorney can help you identify when this is the case.
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About Alden Town Manor Rehab & HCC
With 237 beds, this Cicero nursing home offers services like occupational therapy, speech therapy and post-operative care. It participates in both Medicare and Medicaid programs.
6120 West Ogden Ave
Cicero, IL 60804
Phone: (708) 863-0500
Abuse and Neglect
A nursing home neglect lawyer can help differentiate between abuse and neglect, and get the proper compensation. Contact Malman Law for a free consultation.