Bowling Green Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Attorneys

Bowling Green KY Nursing Home Ratings GraphThe Bowling Green nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys of Nursing Home Law Center LLC are committed to a proactive approach when it comes to addressing the current epidemic of nursing abuse in the nation. It is our hope that exposing negligent nursing homes will prevent future cases of abuse by steering families away from the centers with a history of providing substandard care.

Medicare regularly collects publicly available data on every nursing facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky based on information gathered through inspections, surveys and investigations. According to the database monitored by the government, investigators identified serious violations and deficiencies at two (22%) of these nine Bowling Green nursing facilities that harmed residents. If your loved one was mistreated, abused, injured or died unexpectedly from neglect while living in a nursing home in Kentucky, let our attorneys protect the rights of your family. Contact the Bowling Green Nursing Home abuse & neglect attorneys at Nursing Home Law Center (800-926-7565) today to schedule a free case consultation to discuss filing a claim for compensation to recover your damages.

Over time, this will force facilities to employ more qualified staff members and make much needed changes to their policies and treatment of patients. In addition to helping expose negligent nursing care centers, we are also dedicated to holding them accountable for their misdeeds so that there is a price for their irresponsible actions.

Bowling Green Senior Demographics

Bowling Green is the third largest city in the State of Kentucky, with a population of over 63,000 and a metropolitan area called home by 165,000. Its economy is largely supported by General Motors and Fruit of the Loom, which both have manufacturing centers in Bowling Green. Every Chevrolet Corvette produced since 1981 has rolled out of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.

A Forbes magazine article in 2014 declared the city among the top 25 places in the United States to retire and there are over 6,400 senior residents calling Bowling Green home. Many more are nearing the age of retirement, as the Baby Boomer generation continues to age. The F.O Moxley Community Center offers plenty of activities for community members, which include senior programs tailored to the aging such as senior crafts, trips and social activities.

For a more information, you can call the Center’s Coordinator, Christen Graves, at (270) 393-3583.

Bowling Green Nursing Home Violations

Our Bowling Green nursing injury lawyers are committed to helping families find the best home for their elderly loved ones. Using Medicare data offered through the nursing home comparison tool, we’ve highlighted the worst facilities in the area below so that you are able to avoid placing those you care about under the care of centers with a history of mistreating or neglecting their patients. We have also provided the primary reasons for the ratings.

If you need assistance moving your loved one out of a facility that is not providing for his or her needs, we would be happy to help you find an appropriate nursing home and assist in the transition. For more information on Medicare nursing home ratings and to compare facilities yourself, you can visit

Overall Rating of 9 Nursing Homes
    Rating: 5 out of 5 (2) Much above average
    Rating: 4 out of 5 (3) Above average
    Rating: 3 out of 5 (2) Average
    Rating: 2 out of 5 (0) Below average
    Rating: 1 out of 5 (2) Much below average
August 2018

Signature Healthcare of Bowling Green

550 High Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 843-3296
Ownership— For profit corporation
Participates in Medicare/Medicaid: Yes
Overall Rating— 2 stars out of 5
2 star rating

Primary concerns: While this facility has received mediocre staff and quality measures ratings, its health inspection record raises a red flag. Numerous safety violations indicate neglect toward hygiene, environmental safety, fall prevention and disease prevention. Residents at this facility are more likely to be injured due to these environmental hazards than at facilities with passing health inspection grades.

Bowling Green Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

1561 Newton Avenue
Bowling Green, KY 42104
(270) 842-1611
Ownership— For profit corporation
Participates in Medicare/Medicaid: Yes
Overall Rating— 2 stars out of 5
2 star rating

Primary concerns: A one star staff quality rating indicates that this facility is severely understaffed. It is a common strategy among for profit centers to eliminate critical staff positions to save money, but this results in poor quality of care and the inability of the skeleton staff to tend to every resident’s needs. It should come as no surprise that this center also has an unacceptable health inspection history with numerous safety violations.

Hopkins Center

460 South College Street
Woodburn, KY 42170
(270) 529-2853
Ownership— For profit corporation
Participates in Medicare/Medicaid: Yes
Overall Rating— 2 stars out of 5
2 star rating

Primary concerns: Understaffing and poor quality measures are serious concerns for this facility, which is also plagued with health inspection deficiencies. Quality measures ratings evaluate how well the administration and staff tends to the personal needs of residents through the development of personalized care plans and addressing resident concerns. This nursing home has failed greatly to that effect and the failure could be explained by its two star staff rating.

Edmonson Center

813 South Main Street
Brownsville, KY 42210
(270) 597-2335
Ownership— For profit corporation
Participates in Medicare/Medicaid: Yes
Overall Rating— 1 star out of 5
1 star rating

Primary concerns: An abysmal health inspection history, mediocre staff and one star quality measures rating are ample reasons to steer clear of this nursing home when considering who to trust with your loved ones’ care.

How to tell if Your Loved One is a Victim of Abuse or Neglect at a Bowling Green Nursing Facility

Our Bowling Green nursing injury attorneys understand that it can be frustrating to wonder whether a change in your loved one’s behavior is due to mistreatment or the development of common neurological disorders. We often advise looking into the matter further if the change is sudden rather than gradual and if there are other accompanying indications of neglect or abuse. These signs include the following.

  • The development of bedsores, which are a notorious sign of neglect. The prevention or treatment of these sores is extremely simple, so their worsening usually occurs when staff are unable to turn the patient regularly and fail to notice the presence of ulcers because they are not looking.
  • Symptoms of dehydration or malnourishment, which include weakness, fatigue, confusion, weight loss, darkened urine and fainting.
  • Unexplained infections or infections which are allowed to spread to the blood due to non-treatment. This condition is called sepsis and is life threatening.
  • Physical symptoms of abuse, such as bruises and marks. The most common locations for these marks are on the wrists or ankles, which signal physical restraint. Bruises elsewhere can indicate physical or sexual assault.
  • Sudden changes in mood or behavior, such as angry outbursts, depression and paranoia in the presence of caregivers.
  • An environment filled with clutter or trip hazards. This may indicate other environmental hazards resulting from poor hygiene standards and the inability of staff to keep residents’ personal spaces clean.

Nursing Home Law Center LLC represents nursing home abuse victims from across the entire nation and may be able to help you determine whether legal action is necessary if you are concerned about how your loved one is being treated. We can also help you determine the best course of action for your loved one, such as moving him or her into a new nursing facility or exploring other options for his or her care. We would like to invite you to arrange a free case evaluation so that we can gather the information we need to advise you properly.

Contact us today to be connected with one of our award winning Bowling Green nursing home abuse and neglect attorneys so that we can begin collecting the information we need to conduct an investigation. We will review all of your legal options so that you know what to expect from your case and can make an educated decision on how to proceed. All of our attorneys promise never to accept payment unless we recover compensation on your behalf, so if we fail to do so, you are assured you will owe us nothing.

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