Four West Central Illinois nursing homes hit with health violations
Four nursing homes in West Central Illinois have been cited by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) for violations of the Nursing Home Care Act in the second quarter of 2017.
The report, released on Monday, lists the nursing homes in the state with AA or A violations, which might have caused the death of a resident or could cause death or serious injury to a resident, respectively.
Rosewood Care Center of Galesburg, at 1250 W. Carl Sandburg Drive, Galesburg, was cited with an “A” violation and fined $25,000 for failing to provide immediate treatment for a resident suffering a femur fracture. The 180-bed skilled care facility requested a hearing and paid $12,500.
Washington Christian Village, a 122-bed skilled care facility at 1201 Newcastle Road, Washington, was cited with two “A” violations and fined $50,000. The violations were for failing to properly administer a resident’s medications, resulting in emergent hospitalization and stage four pressure sores. The facility requested a hearing and paid $27,776.50.
Morton Terrace H &R Centre, at 191 E. Queenwood Road, Morton, received an “A” violation and a $25,000 fine for failing to provide prompt medical care for a resident with a worsening lack of blood flow to the leg, contributing to the resident’s death. The 166-bed skilled and intermediate care facility has requested a hearing.
Pleasant Hill Village, a 98-bed skilled care facility located at 1010 W. North St., Girard, was cited with an “A” violation and fined $25,000 for failing to assess and monitor the positioning of a resident in bed, which may have contributed to the resident’s death. The facility waived its right to a hearing and paid $17,680.