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Mountain View Manor
Attorneys for Mistreated & Neglected at Mountain View Manor
Are you concerned that caregivers at the Yavapai County nursing facility have victimized your loved one through negligence and mistreatment? Do you suspect they have been physically, mentally, emotionally, or sexually assaulted by the nursing staff, visitors, or other patients?
Contact the Arizona nursing home affiliate attorneys now for immediate legal intervention. Our team of abuse prevention lawyers will use the law to obtain financial compensation on your family’s behalf.
Mountain View Manor
This long-term care home is a 116-certified bed center providing care and services to residents of Prescott and Yavapai County, Arizona. The "for-profit" Medicare and Medicaid-participating facility is located at:
1045 Sandretto Drive
Prescott, Arizona 86305
Mountain View Manor
In addition to providing around the clock skilled nursing care, Mountain View Manor offers other services. Additional focused care includes short-term and long term care.
The facility also provides comprehensive rehab services, wound care, pulmonary care, IV (intervenous) care, post-stroke care, neurological recovery, pain management, dialysis, cardiac care, and physical, occupational, and speech therapies.
Financial Penalties and Violations
Both the federal government and the state of Arizona can impose monetary fines or deny payments through Medicare of any nursing facility that has been found to have violated the established nursing home rules and regulations.
The nursing home received three complaints over the last three years that resulted in a violation citation. Additional information concerning the facility can be reviewed on the comprehensive Arizona Adult Protective Services Website.
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Prescott Arizona Nursing Home Safety Concerns
Information on every intermediate and long-term care home in the state can be reviewed on government-owned and operated database websites, including the Arizona Department of Public Health and Medicare.gov.
According to Medicare, this facility maintains an overall rating of one out of five stars, including one out of five stars concerning health inspections, two out of five stars for staffing issues, and three out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Develop, Implement and Enforce Policies and Procedures That Prevent Abuse, Neglect, and Mistreatment – citation #F607 date May 29, 2018
The state investigators determined that the nursing home “failed to follow their Abuse Policy for one resident.” The investigation involved a moderately cognitively impaired resident with “memory problems.”
The state investigators reviewed the facility’s report of “a bruising of an unknown origin identified between under the resident’s eyes.” The report “included a list of staff names, along with their speculations, as to how the injury of unknown origin may have occurred.”
The document indicates that the staff thought the possible causes included “could have happened during a transfer to or from bed; the resident is in constant movement; the resident can be combative when the resident’s clothing is removed; arms and hands fly all around; bedside table was right next to the mattress.” The report also listed “six residents with the following comment: no concerns with direct care staff handling roughly; feeling unsafe or fearful. No history of complaints of this nature in the 400 Hall or the facility.”
However, upon further review, the documentation “revealed it was not thorough, as there were no interviews with staff that would work around the time that the bruising occurred.” One staff member stated during a telephone interview that she had witnessed the abuse, but “did not come forward because she was scared.” The staff member said, “a resident yelled out in the dining room because another resident was falling, so [a Registered Nurse (RN)] came over and grabbed the resident in her arms and lifted her up into the Geri-chair.”
The scared staff member stated that they were “having a bad day and was very emotional and was crying on and off because she thought the work was too hard. She said later that the resident was found to have black eyes.” The staff member said that “she had told a coworker about it on the way home and told the Social Worker when she punched out, but she did not tell the Administrator until later."
The Facility Administrator stated that “staff interviews were done as a group, and they speculated as to how the injuries may have occurred.” The Administrator stated that “she did not know who to interview, so she just asked for ideas from the group.” The Administrator further stated that “on her last day at the facility, maybe 10-20 minutes before she left, [one staff member] called her and said she had an idea of how the bruising of the resident’s eyes may have occurred, but nothing else was done at the time, and the nurse no longer worked at the facility.”
Mistreated at Mountain View Manor? We Can Help
Do you believe that your loved one was the victim of abuse or neglect while living at Mountain View Manor? Contact the Arizona nursing home abuse prevention lawyers at Nursing Home Law Center at (800) 926-7565 for immediate legal intervention. We represent Yavapai County victims of abuse and neglect in all areas, including Prescott.
Discuss your case with us now through an initial case consultation at no charge to you. Also, we offer a 100% “No Win/No-Fee” Guarantee. This promise means we postpone payment for our services until after we have secured a monetary recovery on your behalf. All information you share with our law offices will remain confidential.