Information & Ratings on Colonial Manor Nursing Home, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Colonial Manor Nursing Home

This center is a 120-certified bed Medicare and Medicaid-participating facility providing services to residents of Tulsa and Tulsa County, Oklahoma. The "for profit" long-term care home is located at:

1815 East Skelly Drive
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74105
(918) 743-7838

In addition to providing around-the-clock skilled nursing care, Colonial Manor nursing home offers other services. This focused care involves social services, and activities program, and restorative care involving physical, speech and occupational therapies.

Fined $83,175 for substandard care

Financial Penalties and Violations

Both the state of Oklahoma and federal agencies penalize nursing homes by denying reimbursement payments from Medicare or imposing monetary fines anytime the facility is cited for a serious violation of established regulations and rules that harm or could harm residents.

Within the last three years, investigators imposed two monetary penalties against Colonial Manor Nursing Home, citing substandard care. These penalties include a $50,294 fine on April 24, 2018, and a $32,881 fine on January 18, 2017, for a total of $83,175.

The nursing home also received three complaints over the last three years that resulted in a violation citation. Additional information about this nursing home can be found on the Oklahoma Long Term Care Provider Inspection Search Website.

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Tulsa Oklahoma Nursing Home Safety Concerns

One Star Rating

To ensure families are fully informed of the level of care every nursing home provides, the state of Oklahoma and routinely update their long-term care home database systems with info on violations, citations, and deficiencies.

According to Medicare, this facility maintains an overall rating of one out of five stars, including one out of five stars concerning health inspections, one out of five stars for staffing issues and two out of five stars for quality measures.

  • Failure to Develop and Implement a Care Plan Care Plan That Meets All the Resident’s Needs – citation #F656 date July 23, 2018
  • According to state surveyors, “the facility failed to implement a comprehensive care plan for [two residents].” One incident involved a severely, cognitively impaired resident whose assessment documented that the resident “did not have behaviors of wandering, was independent with locomotion on-and-off the unit, requires a wheelchair for mobility, and did not have a wander/elopement alarm.”

    The surveyors reviewed a State Reportable Incident Report dated May 23, 2018.” The report indicated that the resident “was found out in front of the building [at] about 8:00 PM. He was last seen in the facility about 7:00 PM. The resident has now been placed on an ‘every hour’ visual check. The resident is unable to tell us how he got out as he has a very hard time expressing himself.”

    Relevant history includes that the resident “was a severe alcoholic and lived in an independent apartment at the facility before becoming a long-term care resident after Adult Protective Services got involved. Records show that the resident had never left the facility before.

    However, a review of the resident’s Care Plan after May 27, 2018, shows that the plan was “not updated to include the resident’s elopement [wandering away] or interventions to prevent further elopement.” A Facility Incident Report dated June 7, 2018, at 8:00 PM, documented that another resident told a staff member the wandering resident “is out on the road and pointed to the front door.”

    The nursing staff went to the front door, walked outside to the road, and saw the resident “approximately two blocks up the street.” However, a review of the resident’s Care Plan after the second elopement shows that it was “not updated to include the resident’s elopement or that the nurse was supposed to chart on the resident every two hours that he was safe in the facility. The Care Plan did not document any new interventions to prevent further elopement.”

    A facility Incident Report dated June 14, 2018, documents that the resident again “left the facility without permission stating he was bored, and he will leave again if he gets bored.” A Nursing Note documents that the resident “left the facility without supervision or permission. The nursing staff asked the resident how he knew how to get out of the building. The resident replied that “he knows the code and when to leave without someone seeing him.”

    A June 7, 2018, State Reportable Incident Report documents that the resident was spotted “going east up Skelly Drive” at 7:17 PM. He was brought back to the facility by one staff member with no injuries.”

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