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Aria Post Acute Nursing Home

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have given Aria Post Acute Care a “below average” rating in the past. Its reasons have included health deficiencies, fire safety deficiencies, health deficiencies, resident complaints and incident reports. These issues combined, along with a concurrent history of fines, contributed to the home’s unfavorable rating from the government agencies that help fund its operation.

Deficiencies and Complaints

Reports filed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have shown that in the past, this home had a number of environmental deficiencies. For example, health inspections revealed that its number of health deficiencies were higher than national and Illinois averages. Fire safety deficiencies at Aria Post Acute Care were double the national average according to the report, as well.

These reports also track the number and nature of complaints and incidents in the nursing home, which over the course of a single three-year period at this home totaled over a dozen. For example, on more than one occasion, the home was cited for accident hazards and avoidable accident risks, as well as giving residents the proper treatment for preventing and healing bed sores.

If you have a loved one in a nursing home and his condition is deteriorating, neglect may be the culprit. Consulting a nursing home negligence lawyer may help illuminate the situation.

Staffing and Penalties

In the past, this nursing home has received a “below average” rating in its staffing. In one report, for example, the number of residents was more than twice the national average, while the residents received less time with RNs, LPN/LVNs and CNAs than the national averages.

Because this home participates in both Medicare and Medicaid, the government may penalize the home with fines when it accumulates violations.

When the government steps in and fines a nursing home for violations, it means that something is wrong. If someone you know has been a victim, a nursing home abuse lawyer can advocate for you.

Click here to see the latest Medicare rating for Aria Post Acute Care.

About Aria Post Acute Care

This 198-bed rehabilitation and post-hospital nursing center is located in Hillside. It participates in both Medicare and Medicaid programs.

Contact Information

4600 North Frontage Road
Hillside, IL 60162
Phone: (708) 544-9933
http://www.ariapostacute.com/

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