Arden Courts of Delray Beach has been sued in lawsuits and cited by AHCA health inspectors. Our Delray Beach nursing home negligence lawyers analyze prior facility incidents in order to protect your loved one.
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Lawsuits Against Arden Courts of Delray Beach
Estate of Hyman vs. Arden Courts of Delray Beach
Mr. Hyman allegedly suffered falls in the assisted living facility which resulted in grievous harm. The Complaint also alleges that Arden Courts of Delray Beach is understaffed.
Jeffrey Goldstein vs. Arden Courts of Delray Beach
Mr. Goldstein allegedly suffered acute renal failure, hypotension and pressure ulcers while a resident of Arden Courts.
Alfred Nadler vs. Arden Courts of Delray Beach
Alfred Nadler, a resident of Arden Courts of Delray Beach, allegedly sustained weight loss, falls and compromised nutrition in the facility.
Veronica Bonfiglio vs. Arden Courts of Delray Beach
This case involved allegations of sexual abuse inside the assisted living facility.
Catherine Rossi vs. Arden Courts of Delray Beach, FL LLC
This case also involved allegations of sexual abuse inside the assisted living facility, in which facility management ignored prior sexual deviancy incidents of a wayward employee.
Health Inspections by AHCA @ Arden Courts of Delray Beach
December 21, 2017 Arden Courts of Delray Inspection Citations
A random relicensure survey was conducted at Arden Courts of Delray Beach on 12-21-2017. During this inspection, surveyors found that one of the Arden Courts residents has an incomplete 1823 form. This was recognized as a deficiency on the publicly available survey results.
June 5, 2017 Survey Citations – Arden Courts of Delray Beach
A 6-5-2017 survey also resulted in deficiencies at the Delray Beach campus of Arden Courts. 1 of 2 of the surveyed residents were found to have pressure ulcers that were not appropriately staged. Because an assisted living resident cannot have pressure sores, the facility was cited for failing to determine the continued appropriateness of residency in an ALF.
September 25, 2015 Arden Courts Delray Survey Deficiencies
In a 9-25-2015 relicensure survey, Arden Courts of Delray Beach again failed to document and monitor the appropriateness of residency in its residents. 2 of 3 randomly sampled residents’ charts were found to be deficient in determining their appropriateness for the ALF.
–> What is the big deal about determining appropriateness for assisted living??
An assisted living facility is not a nursing home. If residents are admitted and their condition deteriorates over the years, the facility must recommend a higher care facility once they are no longer safe inside the ALF.
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