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Colonial Manor of Randolph Nursing Center
Do you suspect that the injury your loved one obtained while living in a Cedar County nursing facility could have been prevented had the nursing staff followed the established procedures and protocols? Was there harm through resident-to-resident abuse or staff-to-resident negligence? If so, contact the Nebraska Nursing Home Law Center Attorneys now for legal assistance.
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This nursing center is a "for profit" Medicare and Medicaid-participating facility providing services and cares to residents of Randolph and Cedar County, Nebraska. The 45-certified bed long-term care nursing home is located at:
811 South Main Street
Randolph, Nebraska 68771
Colonial Manor of Randolph Nursing Center
In addition to providing around the clock skilled nursing care, Colonial Manor of Randolph Nursing Center offers other services. Additional focused care includes in-house therapy, wound care, pulmonary care, swallowing dysfunction care, and speech-language therapies.Financial Penalties and Violations
Nebraska and the federal government have the legal obligation to monitor every nursing facility and impose monetary fines or deny payments through Medicare if the home has violated established nursing home regulations and rules. In severe cases, the nursing facility will receive multiple penalties if investigators find the violations are severe and harmed or could have harmed a resident.
The nursing home received two complaints over the last three years that resulted in a violation citation. Additional information about this nursing home can be found on the Nebraska Health and Human Services Long Term Facility Complaint Process.
Our attorneys review data on every long-term and intermediate care facility on Medicare.com and the Nebraska Department of Public Health website.
According to Medicare, this facility maintains an overall rating of two out of five stars, including two out of five stars concerning health inspections, three out of five stars for staffing issues and four out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Provide Residents Proper Treatment to Prevent the Development of New Bedsores or Allow Existing Pressure Wound to Heal – citation #F314 date June 6, 2017
The state investigators determined that “the facility failed to provide care and services for the prevention of pressure ulcers for [a resident] who had a history of [bedsores].” The incident involved a cognitively intact resident who “requires extensive assistance with bed mobility, transfers, ambulation, toileting, and personal hygiene [and] was at risk for the development of pressure ulcers.”
The resident used “pressure reducing devices for the bed and chair.” When the surveyors reviewed the resident’s current Care Plan, it indicated that the resident “had potential/actual impairment of skin integrity related to thin skin, the use of blood thinners, and easily receives bruised areas.”
However, “there was no evidence in the Care Plan that the resident was at risk for pressure ulcers and no interventions developed for the prevention of pressure ulcers.” A review of the resident’s Weekly Skin Assessment Form revealed that the resident had a Stage II pressure ulcer measuring 1.0 cm x 0.8 cm on the right buttock.”
A Nursing Progress Note indicated that the resident “preferred to sleep in the chair to improve breathing due to [a medical condition] and the resident was educated related to the benefits of sleeping in bed to relieve pressure from the buttocks.” The documentation indicates that a family member of the resident “provided a foam pad for the chair.”
However, “there was no evidence the resident’s Care Plan was reviewed or revised to include interventions for the treatment and prevention of pressure ulcers.” A subsequent Nursing Progress Note dated two weeks later revealed that the pressure ulcer on the right buttock “was healed.”
Documentation from two months later indicated that the resident “had two open areas on the right in her buttocks measuring 1.3 cm x 0.4 cm x 0.2 cm and the nursing staff was applying Dimethicone (a skin protectant cream) to the wound. Subsequent documentation shows that the resident had a dark purple colored area on the buttocks and “there was an open area observed the top of the rectal crease on the right in her buttock.”
The facility Director of Nursing “verified the purple discoloration of the resident’s buttock” was related to pressure and that “the foam padding in the resident’s recliner was not a pressure-relieving device.”
Do you believe that your loved one has suffered harm through mistreatment while living at Colonial Manor of Randolph Nursing Center? Contact the Nebraska nursing home abuse lawyers at Nursing Home Law Center at (800) 926-7565 for immediate legal intervention. We represent Cedar County victims of abuse and neglect in all areas, including Randolph.
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