Monroe Pavillion Health Treatment Center
Monroe Pavilion Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a nursing and rehabilitation center in Chicago, Illinois. Its goal is to prepare residents for transition to the highest possible level of function. Services provided to reach this goal include out-patient day treatment, vocational skills training, and behavioral management. Each resident is individually assessed and goals are developed to allow patients to achieve the highest level of independence possible.
Nursing Home Residents Have Rights That Must Be Protected
Under the Nursing Home Reform Act, nursing home residents are entitled to the following rights:
- Accommodation of medical, physical, psychological, and social needs
- Freedom from abuse, mistreatment, and neglect
- Being treated with dignity
- The ability to exercise self-determination
- Participation in one’s own care plan
If you suspect that a loved one’s rights have been violated while staying at a nursing home, seek the services of nursing home abuse attorneys to fight for your just compensation.
Inadequacies Reported by Medicare
Inspections of Monroe Pavilion Nursing and Rehabilitation Center left the facility with an overall rating of below average and a rating of much below average in health inspections according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The retirement home was stated to have 16 health deficiencies, in comparison with the Illinois average of 7.6. Inspectors found that the facility failed to hire only people with no legal history of abusing, neglecting or mistreating residents. Complaints have been made that Monroe Pavilion failed to protect its residents from abuse and physical punishment. Accident risks and hazards were identified in the nursing home during inspections. Prior citations also noted a failure to maintain automatic sprinkler systems in working order and to ensure that exits are accessible at all times.
- Behavior Management Program
- Long-Term Care/Skilled Nursing
- Vocational Skills Training
- Out-patient day treatment
- Restorative Nursing
- Community Re-entry Program
1400 W. Monroe St.
Chicago, IL 60607
(312) 666 – 4090
Seek Help from a Legal Professional if You Experience Abuse
Nursing homes are obligated to provide residents with competent, compassionate care. If you experience mistreatment or negligence, seek help from a nursing home abuse lawyer. If you are concerned that your relative is being mistreated, contact the professionals at Malman Law for a free consultation.
Contact Malman Law at 1-888-625-6265 or online at www.malmanlaw.com.