Families for Better Care (FFBC) announced today that nursing home enforcement is failing residents in far too many states.
The Midtown nursing home where a resident was found with maggot infested open, wounds and later died, faced serious trouble with federal regulators over the past nine months.
Tennessee health officials have ordered a nursing home to stop taking new residents and pay a $6,100 fine for violations.
Bad care leads to dozens of avoidable deaths in Pennsylvania nursing homes.
Tennessee nursing home fined $1.2M for neglect.
The administrator of Taunton Nursing Home failed to report to state officials and families that a male resident there initiated unsolicited sexual contact with eight other residents over a five-month period in 2014, according to a report issued by a federal agency.
Federal government orders Nicholasville facility to pay $891,350
The California Department of Public Health has issued a $100,000 fine to the Glendora Grand nursing home over a resident’s death last year.