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Information & Ratings on Kenosha Estates Rehabilitation and Care Center, Kenosha, Wisconsin
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This Medicare and Medicaid-participating nursing center is a "for profit" home providing services to residents of Kenosha and Kenosha County, Wisconsin. The 97-certified bed long-term care home is located at:
1703 60Th St
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140
Kenosha Estates Rehabilitation and Care Center
The investigators working for the state and federal government are legally authorized to impose monetary fines or deny payment for Medicare services if a nursing facility has been cited for serious violations of rules and regulations.
Within the last three years, federal investigators imposed a monetary fine against Kenosha Estates Rehabilitation and Care Center for $16,900 on August 14, 2017, citing substandard care. This nursing home also received ten complaints and self-reported one serious issue over the last thirty-six months that resulted in violation citations.
Additional documentation concerning penalties and fines can be reviewed on the Wisconsin Department of Health Services - Residential Care Website.
The federal government and Wisconsin Department of Public Health website update comprehensive information containing historical details of all citations and violations.
According to Medicare, this facility maintains an overall rating of one out of five stars, including two out of five stars concerning health inspections, one out of five stars for staffing issues and one out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Immediately Notify the Resident, the Resident’s Doctor or Family Members of a Change in the Resident’s Condition Including a Decline in Their Health or Injury – citation date August 14, 2017
- Failure to Report and Investigate Any Act or Reports of Abuse, Neglect or Mistreatment of Residents – citation #F225 date October 17, 2018
- Failure to Provide Residents Proper Treatment to Prevent the Development of New Bedsores or Allow Existing Pressure Wound to Heal – citation #F314 date August 14, 2017
According to state investigators, “the facility did not inform the resident representative when [one resident] had an injury to her hand.” The resident “sustained a one-inch long wound to her left hand.”
The resident’s sister, “who is the resident’s representative, was not informed of this injury.” The state survey team received a complaint regarding the resident’s injuries on August 9, 2017. The complainant indicated that the resident “had a Band-Aid on her hand and [said that the resident] had caught her hand on the Hoyer lift.
The nursing home “did not ensure [two residents] with reportable incidents had a thorough investigation into the incidents and the incidents were reported timely and to the State agency.” The resident “sustained an injury of unknown origin and the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) did not immediately report the injury.”
A separate resident “had two resident-to-resident altercations that were not thoroughly investigated [nor] reported to the State agency.” That resident “had reported a missing [wrist] watch that was not thoroughly investigated and reported to the State agency.”
The facility “did not ensure residents receive pressure injury prevention interventions. This [failure] was observed with [two residents] at risk for pressure injury.” In one incident, the resident “did not receive a barrier cream to the buttocks after being incontinent [and another resident] did not receive pressure injury intervention to prevent a heel injury.”
The surveyors observed two Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) providing toileting care using a ‘sit-to-stand’ lift to transport the resident to the toilet from their wheelchair. While the staff provided peri-care, there “was no barrier cream applied after urinary incontinence.”
A review of the resident’s Care Plan indicated that they were “at risk for pressure injury and “had no control over their bladder” making them susceptible for skin breakdown “related to impaired mobility and bowel and bladder incontinence.” The staff is instructed to provide a moisture barrier product to the perineal area when necessary.
The second resident had a right heel pressure injury that was unstageable. A review of that resident’s Care Plan shows that there were no interventions involving heel prevention.
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