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Information & Ratings on ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center, Davenport, Iowa
Some statistics show that more than one million Americans currently live in nursing homes. Many of these patients are our mothers, fathers, grandparents, siblings, children, and friends. Families often relocate their loved one into a nursing home, believing that they will receive the best care and improve their quality of life in a safe environment.
Unfortunately, mistreatment, abuse, and neglect still occur in many nursing homes, including those in Scott County. If your loved one was injured or died prematurely while residing in a nursing home, contact the Iowa Nursing Home Law Center Attorneys now for immediate legal intervention. Let our team of abuse prevention lawyers work on your family’s behalf to ensure you receive monetary compensation for your damages.ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center
This Medicare and Medicaid-participating nursing center is a "non-profit" home providing services to residents of Davenport and Scott County, Iowa. The 105-certified bed long-term care home is located at:
815 East Locust Street
Davenport, Iowa 52803
ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center
In addition to providing around the clock skilled nursing care, ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center offers other services. Additional focused care includes short-term and long-term care.
Iowa and the federal government have a legal responsibility for monitoring every nursing home in the state. These agencies have the authority to impose monetary penalties or hold payment from Medicare if the nursing facility has violated rules and regulations. Typically, the more serious the violation, the higher the monetary fines, especially if neglect or abuse caused harm or could have caused harm to a resident.
Within the last three years, federal investigators imposed two monetary fines against ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center for a total of $64,141, citing substandard care. This nursing facility received five complaints and self-reported three serious issues over the last three years that resulted in violation citations.
Additional information about this nursing home can be found on the Iowa Department of Health Complaint Website.
The state of Iowa and federal government nursing home regulatory agencies routinely update their care home database system. This list contains historical information of all citations and violations.
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 three out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Timely Report Suspected Abuse, Neglect or Theft and Report the Results of the Investigation to Proper Authorities – citation #F609 date August 30, 2018
The state investigators determined that the facility “failed to report an allegation of possible abuse for one resident.” The Director of Nursing investigated the incident and revealed that on July 12, 2018, a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) taught another CNA “range of motion exercises on the resident.”
The CNA providing the training “massaged the resident’s left hip area and stated [that] sometimes he has trouble getting it up and then said, ‘Oh, I mean his leg. The staff member and the resident were winking-talking “as if they were teasing each other, and this made [the CNA in training] feel uncomfortable, and she could not wait to exit the room.”
The Registered Nurse (RN) Unit Manager documented that the resident “verbalized during a care conference that range of motion was not being completed as he desired or as frequently as ordered.” The resident stated that the staff member “had done an excellent job with a range of motion and [another CNA] asked if the resident would prefer to have [the first CNA] teach other staff on a range of motion.”
That CNA “had been performing massage therapy in addition to a range of motion [therapy] on the resident, and she left after forty-five minutes to take care of other residents.” The Director of Nursing had asked the resident if the staff “treat you with respect and dignity?” The resident responded, “I guess.”
The resident verified he felt safe there. The resident denied ever being abused or seen any other patient being abused at the facility. An interview with the resident conducted on August 30, 2018, indicated that the staff member “and he became close [because of] the time they spent together as she worked on him. He knew nothing would become of the relationship as she was an employee here. The resident reported nothing sexual happened as he had a catheter.”
The resident stated that that CNA “would massage his legs, feet, hip, hands, shoulders, and back, which no other staff would do for him.” The Director of Nursing stated that they had spoken to the resident’s power of attorney concerning the incident involving the CNA and the resident. The power of attorney and the resident “did not have an issue [with the incident].” The Director said that was “where she left it.”
Were you the victim of mistreatment while you lived at ManorCare Health Services Nursing Center? Contact the Iowa nursing home abuse lawyers at Nursing Home Law Center at (800) 926-7565 for immediate legal intervention. We represent Scott County victims of abuse and neglect in all areas, including Davenport.
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