Information & Ratings on Maple View Manor Nursing Center, Bainbridge, Ohio
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This nursing facility is a "for profit" Medicare and Medicaid-participating home providing services to residents of Bainbridge and Ross County, Ohio. The 134-certified bed long-term care center is located at:
430 South Maple Street
Bainbridge, Ohio 45612
Both the state of Ohio and federal agencies are legally obligated to monitor every nursing facility and impose monetary fines or deny payments through Medicare when investigators find that the nursing home seriously violated established nursing home regulations.
Within the last three years, federal investigators imposed a monetary fine against Maple View Manor Nursing Center for $2,925 on August 11, 2016, citing substandard care. The nursing home also received three complaints over the last three years that resulted in a violation citation.
Additional documentation concerning penalties and fines can be reviewed on the Ohio Long-Term Care Consumer Guide.Bainbridge Ohio Nursing Home Safety Concerns
The state of Ohio and Medicare.com routinely update their comprehensive list of deficiencies online to reflect all 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, three out of five stars for staffing issues and one out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Keep Every Resident Free from Physical Restraints Unless Needed and Approved for Medical Treatment – citation #F221 date September 9, 2016
- Failure to Ensure That Every Nursing Home Area Is Free from Accident Hazards and Risks and Provide Supervision to Prevent Avoidable Accidents – citation #F323 date September 9, 2016
According to state surveyors, “the facility failed to ensure the resident was released from a physical restraint every two hours.” The investigation involved a severely, cognitively impaired resident who requires “extensive assistance for bed mobility and totally dependent for locomotion off and on the unit, eating, personal hygiene, and toilet use.”
The survey team interviewed the Director of Nursing who revealed that the resident “slide out of her geriatric chair and has posturing problems, which is why the lap tray table was used. The Director further stated the resident could not remove the lap tray table herself and there was no routine documented [for the] removal of the lap tray table.”
The surveyors interviewed a State-Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) who revealed the resident “was in her geriatric chair daily after breakfast, usually for three hours, until she was put to bed after lunch.” The STNA further verified that “she did not take the lap tray often feeding [the resident’s] lunch, nor has she ever done so.”
The surveyors reminded the facility of their Restraints policy that defines “physical restraint as any physical or mechanical device attached or adjacent to the resident’s body that the individual cannot remove easily, which restricts freedom or of movement or normal access to one’s body.”
The nursing home “failed to ensure a resident’s room was free from accident hazards.” The surveyors reviewed the resident’s Nurse’s Notes that revealed a resident “was sent to the hospital after a fall on June 12, 2016, and again on August 30, 2016.” Observations revealed that the resident “was noted to have independently got out of the recliner chair in her room. The footrest of the reclining chair was raised when the resident got out of the chair.”
A State-Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) stated that the resident “sometimes got out of bed and the reclining chair on her own [stating that the resident] did not put the recliner leg rest down when she got out of the chair on her own.”
The Director of Nursing “confirmed it was a safety hazard for [the resident] to get out of the reclining chair on her own with the footrest raised.”
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