Free Consultations | Tap To Call Today: 1.888.625.6265.

Symphony of Joliet Nursing Home

In the past, Symphony of Joliet has received “below average” ratings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Since Medicare and Medicaid are government services that help fund nursing homes, they are obliged to report on investigations of those homes and assign ratings based on their performance—they may even fine nursing homes if they find that they are violating their standards. This post acute rehabilitation and healthcare facility has, in the past, been fined by these programs.

Reported Deficiencies

After past inspections, Symphony of Joliet has been cited for deficiencies in areas like residents’ rights, the facility’s environment, resident mistreatment, fire safety and more. For example, one past inspection found that the facility did not have properly maintained smoke detectors, potentially placing many of the residents in harm’s way. Other deficiencies included restraining residents without medical cause, failing to allow residents to determine their own schedules and failing to grant residents accurate assessments by qualified health professionals.

If you find that a loved one isn’t getting the care or respect he deserves from a home, you have the power to act. A nursing home attorney can help with reports of abuse, neglect or mistreatment.

Quality Measures

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services determines the overall quality of resident care based on a series of assessments it calls “quality measures.” In the past, Symphony of Joliet has received “below average” scores on its quality measure tests. For example, the percentage of long-stay residents that were physically restrained was found to be more than three times the national average. This and other unfavorable scores on the quality measures tests earned this home a below-average rating.

There’s no substitute for first-hand knowledge. Keep an eye on the progress and wellbeing of any loved one in a home, whether it’s short-term or long-term. If you suspect mistreatment, consider contacting a nursing home abuse lawyer.

Click here to see the latest Medicare rating for Symphony of Joliet.

About Symphony of Joliet

This 216-bed facility in Joliet offers a variety of rehabilitative services and long-term care options, including care for patients with memory loss and dementia. It participates in Medicare and Medicaid.

Contact Information

306 North Larkin Avenue
Joliet, IL 60435
Phone: (815) 744-5560
http://www.symphonyofjoliet.com/

Ensuring Safety

When a loved one is mistreated or injured in a home, you can be their advocate. An experienced nursing home attorney can help. Contact Malman Law for a free consultation.

Firm Awards & Recognitions

Steven Malman was selected to the list. The list is issued by the American Institute of Legal Counsel. A description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.aiopia.org/selection/.

  • Steven Malman was selected to the list. The list is issued by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys. A description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.naopia.com/selection-process.

Client Review

  • "I'm very pleased to recommend Malman Law to my friends and relatives! I have to mention how efficient and professional in dealing with my case has been with everyone that I've been in contact with at Malman Law. Mrs. Sabo is outstanding as well as her secretary and assistant in responding quickly to any of my questions or concerns. This firm has gone above and beyond to keep me updated and get answers to my questions at any time, weekends included! Malman Law rules in my opinion! "

    - Cheryl Wagemann
View More Testimonials

Know Your Rights!

Why People Choose Malman Law

  • Credibility & Experience

    20,000+ Cases over 25 Years
  • Track Record of Success

    Over $200,000,000 Collected
  • Team of Litigation Lawyers

    Real Courtroom Experience