Manor Court of Maryville Nursing Home

In past inspections the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has determined that Manor Court of Maryville is “below average” in its quality. Nursing home quality measures are compared to nationwide standards for nursing home care. Nursing homes are required to provide excellent care for each and every resident. If they fail to adequately provide it, however, then they are likely to receive a negative corresponding rating. The “below average” rating for this facility resulted from several deficiencies found in the health inspection. Deficiencies in quality of care jeopardized residents’ wellbeing in several instances.

Problems with Quality of Care

The responsibility of nursing homes is to care for every resident on an equal level, creating an entirely comfortable and humane environment. The Federal Nursing Home Reform Act ensures that residents receive the right care at every facility, but if there is any abuse or neglect that is not getting necessary attention, elder care attorneys will make sure that the mistreatment ends abruptly.

Past Medicare health inspection performed at Manor Court of Maryville determined that resident care was inadequate. Noted deficiencies included the inability to assist residents who required additional assistance with mobility and incontinence, and improperly stored, prepared and served meals. Several specific complaints cited instances of medication errors, a lack of supervision with the distribution of emergency drugs, insufficient pharmacist reviews, and other cases of poor resident care that actually harmed residents.

Hazardous Environment

A nursing home environment should always be free of accident risks and other faults. If you discover that a nursing home fails to maintain a healthy environment, talk with an elder law attorney to settle the issue. Fire hazards and other deficiencies in the structure of a facility can be as discomforting and dangerous as mistreatment, which is why it’s crucial to fix any issues as quickly as possible.

The environmental deficiency mentioned in the past Medicare report for Manor Court of Maryville was the lack of an infection control program, which allowed for the possible spread of infectious disease.

About Manor Court of Maryville

Manor Court of Maryville is a 120-bed nursing home facility located in Maryville, Illinois. This location accepts Medicare and Medicaid applicants.

Contact Information

6955 State Route 162
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone: (618) 288-5999
Manor Court of Maryville Website

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