Cedar Pointe Rehab & Nursing
With a history of understaffing, Cedar Pointe Rehab & Nursing has, in the past, earned an overall rating of “below average.” This rating reflects what state and Federal governments have found in inspections, incident reports and resident complaints, particularly when judged against Illinois and national averages.
Complaints and Incidents
The government takes all incidents and complaints into consideration when assigning a quality rating to a nursing home. For example, over a three-year period, Cedar Pointe Rehab & Nursing accumulated over two dozen complains and incident reports, concerning issues like pest control, food preparation, avoidable accidents and hazards, quality of care, abuse and neglect.
You trust a nursing home with the life and wellbeing of your loved one. If you suspect that the staff has neglected or mistreated someone, a nursing home negligence lawyer can get them the help they need.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have determined that in the past, this nursing home has been inadequately staffed to take care of its residents. For example, at one point, its residency rate was more than 320 percent the national average, and the amount of time residents received with an RN was less than a third of the national and Illinois averages. The amount of time residents received with a CNA was less than half the national and Illinois averages.
Neglect is just as bad as abuse. If a loved one isn’t getting the medical attention he needs in the nursing home, a nursing home abuse attorney may be able to help.
Because this home receives funding from Medicare and Medicaid, it can be fined and/or denied funding when it does not measure up to standards.
Click here to see the latest Medicare rating for Cedar Pointe Rehab & Nursing.
About Cedar Pointe Rehab & Nursing
This Cicero nursing home has 485 certified beds and participates in both Medicare and Medicaid.
5825 West Cermak Rd
Cicero, IL 60804
Phone: (708) 656-9120
Poor Care Compensation
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