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Information & Ratings on Noble Health Care Center, Noble, Oklahoma
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This center is a 110-certified bed Medicare and Medicaid-participating facility providing services to residents of Noble and Cleveland County, Oklahoma. The "city government-owned" long-term care home is located at:
1501 North 8th Street
Noble, Oklahoma 73068
Noble Health Care Center
In addition to providing around the clock skilled nursing care, Noble Health Care Center offers other services. Additional focused care includes respite care, outpatient and inpatient rehab, and long-term nursing care.
The federal government, through nursing home regulatory agencies, can impose fines or deny payment for Medicare services for any nursing facility with severe violations of rules and regulations. Typically, hefty fines are levied against the nursing home when the most egregious violations have occurred that harmed or could harm a resident.
Within the last three years, federal investigators imposed a monetary fine against Noble Health Care Center for $1,105 on July 28, 2016, citing substandard care.
Additional information about this nursing home can be found on the Oklahoma Long Term Care Provider Inspection Search Website.
The federal government and Oklahoma 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 three 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’s Doctor or Family Member of a Change in the Resident’s Condition – citation #580 date December 13, 2018
- Failure to Provide Appropriate Pressure Ulcer Care Prevent New Ulcers from Developing – citation #F686 date December 13, 2018
According to state surveyors, “the facility failed to ensure the Physician was notified of new pressure ulcers” involving one resident with a facility-acquired pressure ulcer. The facility “identified three residents who had facility-acquired pressure ulcers.”
In one case, the surveyors reviewed a resident’s Admission Assessment dated November 14, 2018, that shows that the cognitively intact resident “was at risk for pressure ulcers but had no unhealed pressure ulcers. The assessment documented a pressure-reducing device for the bed and surgical wound care was provided.”
A Nurse’s Note dated November 7, 2018, documented a wound “with no drainage. The note documented there were other open wounds.” A November 23, 2018, Nurse’s Note documented “skin prep was applied to the left great toe. There was no documentation to describe the appearance of the left great toe or the indication for the skin prep. There was no documentation to indicate the Physician had been notified or orders received for the use of the skin prep.”
A Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) verified that there was no documented evidence of Physician notification.
The nursing home “failed to ensure interventions to aid in the prevention and healing of pressure ulcers were implemented [for two residents] who were reviewed for facility-acquired pressure ulcers.” In one incident, a Wound Evaluation Management Summary Sheet dated December 6, 2018, documented that a resident “had an unstageable deep tissue injury (DTI) which measured 1.2 cm x 1.0 centimeters by ‘not measurable.’ This [wound at that point] was at least thirteen days duration.”
The sheet “also documented an unstageable, due to necrosis [dead tissue], of the left posterior medial heel which measured 0.5 cm x 0.3 cm by ‘not measurable.’ Recommendations were for staff to offload the heels. This [wound] was at least thirteen days duration. There is no documentation the facility had addressed the recommendation to offload the wound.”
The surveyor stated that “there was no documentation in the clinical record to indicate preventative measures were in place to prevent the development of three unstageable pressure ulcers.” The Wound Care Nurse verified that “there was no documentation to indicate the wound had been offloaded.”
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