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Information & Ratings on Premier Estates of Three Rivers Nursing Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
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Premier Estates of Three Rivers Nursing Center
This Medicare and Medicaid-participating nursing center is a "for profit" home providing services to residents of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio. The 100-certified bed long-term care home is located at:
7800 Jandaracres Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45248
Financial Penalties and Violations
The federal government and the state of Ohio are authorized to penalize any nursing home with monetary fines or deny payment for Medicare services when the facility has been cited for serious violations of rules and regulations.
Within the last three years, federal investigators imposed a monetary fine against Premier Estates of Three Rivers Nursing Center for $1,950 on September 10, 2017, citing substandard care. This nursing facility also received seven complaints and self-reported two serious issues over the last three years that resulted in violation citations.
Additional information about this nursing home can be found on the Ohio Long-Term Care Consumer Guide.
Cincinnati Ohio Nursing Home Safety Concerns
The state of Ohio and federal government regularly updates their long-term care home database system with complete details of all deficiencies, 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 four out of five stars for quality measures.
- Failure to Provide and Implement an Infection Protection and Control Program – citation date March 7, 2018
- Failure to Immediately Notify the resident’s Doctor or responsible party of a Change in the Resident’s Condition Including Changing Medication and Verbal Abuse – citation date April 6, 2017
According to state investigators, “the facility failed to ensure infection control practices were implemented [before] administering eye drop medication.” The investigation involved in Registered Nurse (RN) who “did not wash her hands and don clean gloves [before administering eyedrops to a resident].”
During an interview with the Registered Nurse, it was verified that “she did not wash her hands or wear gloves [before] administering eye drops.” Actions of the Registered Nurse failed to follow the facility’s policy titled: Medication Administration Eye Drops.
The nursing facility “failed to notify a resident or resident’s representatives about changes.” In one incident, the facility “failed to notify [a resident] of medication changes in failed to notify [the resident’s] representative of an incident of verbal abuse.”
The survey team interviewed the Director of Nursing who documented that “the resident had no orders for lab work and [her antidepressant medication] was discontinued related to a gradual dose reduction.” However, during an interview with the resident, it was revealed that “she was never told by any staff or the doctor that they discontinued her antidepressant” medication saying that “she needed the medication and it helped her sleep.” The resident also said that “she kept telling the nurse and the evening she was not getting her [medication].”
The resident stated that “the nurse finally told her it had been discontinued. The resident stated they should have told her or asked her if she still needed it before they discontinued [it].” The surveyors interviewed, and Social Worker who confirmed that “the resident was not notified of her medication being discontinued [and] confirmed the resident was alert and oriented and was her own responsible party.”
In a separate incident, a second resident “reported a concern involving a State-Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)” indicating that the STNA cursed at the resident and “use derogatory comments toward [the resident].”
The second resident indicated that the STNA yelled at her “like she was a dog.” The facility terminated the STNA and “the facility substantiated the Self-Reported Incident.” The Director of Nursing verified that she had spoken with the STNA who verified “almost word for word what [the resident] had reported had happened.”
Abused at Premier Estates of Three Rivers Nursing Center? Our Attorneys Can Help
Do you suspect that your loved one is the victim of mistreatment while residing at Premier Estates of Three Rivers Nursing Center? Contact the Ohio nursing home abuse attorneys at Nursing Home Law Center at (800) 926-7565 for immediate legal intervention. We represent Hamilton County victims of abuse and neglect in all areas including Cincinnati.
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