In keeping with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, serious incidents had been said in the latest inspection at 3 nearby nursing homes. Medicare fined 4 homes for incidents that happened final yr.
Lancaster County has 32 nursing homes, which can be inspected using the branch. The following is a list of nursing domestic fitness inspection reviews released because of late February.
Many extra records on every domestic are to be had at the Medicare Nursing Home Compare internet site.
Standard inspections are finished yearly, unannounced. Complaint inspections are executed while a grievance approximately a nursing domestic is registered with the branch. Deficiencies are ranked from least to most severe: ability harm, minimum damage, real harm, and instant jeopardy. Immediate jeopardy and actual harm deficiency reviews are summarized beneath, and the number of minimal damage and capability damage deficiencies are listed.
According to Medicare, the modern-day common quantity of deficiencies consistent with the facility is 8.4 in Pennsylvania and 7.8 within the United States.
Here are the trendy reports:
Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike, Lancaster: Complaint inspections Jan. Sixteen and Feb. 6; no deficiencies. Calvary Fellowship Homes Inc., 502 Elizabeth Drive, Lancaster: Standard inspection Feb. 26; one minimum damage deficiency. Conestoga View, 900 E. King St., Lancaster: Complaint inspection Feb. Five; one minimum damage deficiency.
Elizabeth Manor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, 320 S. Market St., Elizabethtown: Standard inspection Jan. 14; one real damage deficiency and 10 minimum harm deficiencies. The document stated the required system wasn’t used for two citizens, and one fell from a mattress at some stage in a manner with simply one personnel member supporting in place of the two that need to have been, ensuing in a fractured femur.
Elizabethtown Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 141 Heisey Ave., Elizabethtown: Standard and complaint inspections Feb. 7; twenty minimal damage deficiencies and ability harm deficiencies.
Ephrata Manor, ninety-nine Bethany Road, Ephrata: Standard inspection Jan. 31; no deficiencies. Fairmount Homes, 333 Wheat Ridge Drive, Ephrata: Standard inspection Jan. 23; no deficiencies. Harrison Senior Living of Christiana, 41 Newport Ave., Christiana: Standard inspection Feb. 15; fifteen minimal damage deficiencies.
Lakeside at Willow Valley, three hundred Willow Valley Lakes Drive, Willow Street: Standard inspection Feb. 7; no deficiencies. Lancashire Hall, 2829 Lititz Pike, Lancaster: Complaint inspections Jan. 31 and Feb. 28; 3 minimum damage deficiencies. On Sept. 4, 2018, Medicare fined the home $51,285. The file on that date said a resident with dementia, osteoporosis, and left facet weakness had a left arm fracture even as being bathed through two staffers.
Landis Homes, 1001 E. Oregon Road, Lititz: Standard inspection March 12; 4 minimal damage deficiencies and one capacity damage deficiency.
Luther Acres Manor, four hundred St. Luke Drive, Lititz: On June 26, 2018, Medicare fined the house $127,706. The report on that date stated a resident’s leg fractured on Feb. 10 at some point of a mechanical carry transfer attended by one individual in preference to the recommended.
Manorcare Health Services Lancaster, 100 Abbeyville Road, Lancaster: Complaint inspection Feb. 1; 3 minimum damage deficiencies.
Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, 1 Masonic Drive, Elizabethtown: Complaint inspection Jan. 24; one instantaneous jeopardy deficiency and minimum harm deficiencies. The file stated consequences of a Nov. 10 screening take a look at had been not communicated to a medical doctor, main to endured administration of an anticoagulant remedy which — after journeying circle of relatives raised concerns — led to a resident’s emergency transport to the health center on Dec. 1 with a crucial hemoglobin level. On Aug. 10, 2018, Medicare fined the house $111,000. The file on that date said a resident went to the clinic on March five with injuries together with a cervical backbone fracture after being left unattended on a mechanical carry and falling at the same time as a nursing assistant labored with another resident.
The Mennonite Home, 1520 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster: Standard inspection Feb. 26; minimal harm deficiencies. Moravian Manor, three hundred W. Lemon St., Lititz: Inspection Feb. 19; one real damage deficiency. The file said the home didn’t prevent a resident from being unsupervised in a wheelchair, resulting in the resident falling and sustaining a nasal fracture.
Rose City Nursing & Rehabilitation at Lancaster, 425 N. Duke St., Lancaster: Complaint inspection Feb. 28; 5 minimum damage deficiencies. Susquehanna Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 745 Chiques Hill Road, Columbia: Complaint inspections Jan. 11 and Feb. 21; no deficiencies.