Manor Court of Clinton Nursing Home
As a result of a history of citations regarding nursing home abuse and neglect, Manor Court of Clinton has received a Medicare rating of “below average.” This overall rating was gathered by Medicare due to its health inspection rating of “much below average” as well, which cited this center for a number of failings involving resident care, staffing, and pharmacy service.
Resident Care Issues
Due to the failure to meet Medicare’s requirements for quality resident treatment, this particular center received citations for having failed to meet resident needs such as assisting residents who have difficulty taking care of themselves, assessing residents every three months, and even protecting residents from abuse. Other areas in which the center was lacking were reported as well, contributing to the less-than-acceptable rating.
Deficiencies of any kind are unacceptable in nursing homes, especially when it comes to guaranteeing the welfare of every resident. In the cases of abuse and negligence taking place, a nursing home abuse attorney can be by your side until justice is served.
Pharmacy Service Issues
Medicare’s “below average” rating also applied to the nursing home’s pharmacy services. According to the report, required medications and other supplies were not provided enough, and drug records and labels weren’t properly maintained.
Nursing homes need the best of care for their residents. Many residents are in need of special attention as well, so any failure to meet the individual needs of each and every resident is entirely unacceptable. If a nursing home resident you know is not receiving proper care, a nursing home abuse lawyer can assist in turning things around.
Manor Court of Clinton Contact Information:
1 Park Lane West
Clinton, IL 61727
Receiving Help for Nursing Home Abuse
Knowing a loved one is suffering from abusive nursing home staff can be a difficult thing to confront, but it should never go without much needed attention. Malman Law can work with you to see justice brought with a nursing home attorney, starting with a consultation.