Atria Windsor Woods Lawsuits and Deficiencies

Suing Atria Windsor Woods for Resident Negligence and Wrongful Death

Atria Windsor Woods in Hudson Has Had Some Legal Troubles in the Past

Hudson, Florida is a city on in western Pasco County, situated right next to the Gulf of Mexico. The city is home to Atria Windsor Woods, a 210-bed assisted living facility owned by WG Windsor Woods SH LLC since July 2011.

Thus far, Atria Windsor Woods has avoided any fines imposed by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. The Pasco County assisted living facility is generally well regarded as an above average ALF that provides appropriate care to residents. This does not mean, however, that Atria Windsor Woods has always functioned perfectly. A review of a prior inspection citations and a negligence lawsuit against Atria Windsor Woods show that residents at Atria Windsor Woods are not immune from risk of harm due to negligent or abusive care.

The most recent lawsuit filed against Atria of Windsor Woods is summarized below.

Lawsuits Against Atria Windsor Woods

Mary F. Dunlavey, by and through Michael D. Dunlavey, Attorney-in-Fact v. Atria Windsor Woods

Allegations: Ms. Mary F. Dunlavey was admitted into Atria Windsor Woods in June 2013. Since that time, the Complaint alleges that the facility failed to property cre for and supervise Ms. Dunlavey, which caused her to suffer a total of 18 falls. As a result of these falls, Ms. Dunlavey suffered from pain in her right hip, fractured her right foot, and experienced pain and swelling in her legs. In addition, Ms. Dunlavey allegedly suffered from the development of several infections and incurred additional medical costs and loss of the ability to enjoy life. The lawsuit was filed against Atria Windsor Woods, as well as Atria Management Company LLC.

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AHCA Citations at Atria Windsor Woods

Read Nursing Home Inspection Reports and ViolationsAHCA has also cited Atria Windor Woods for failing to comply with state and federal regulations applicable to assisted living facilities. A review of these survey reports shows that the facility has not always prioritized the needs of their residents over financial interests.

Complaint Statement of Deficiencies dated 6/17/2019 at Atria Windsor Woods

The survey conducted on this date was based on a reported resident complaint. However, the inspection at Atria Windsor Woods resulted in no citations being issued.

Standard Statement of Deficiencies dated 5/3/2017 at Atria Windsor Woods

At the beginning of this survey, the Administrator was asked for proof that the local emergency management agency had approved the facility’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. The Administrator was only able to produce an approval letter that was not dated within the year. At the end of the survey, the Administrator stated that she was not aware that the emergency plan had to be approved every year.

Complaint Statement of Deficiencies dated 4/18/2016 at Atria Windsor Woods

The survey conducted on this date showed that for 3 out of 3 sampled residents, the facility did not provide them with the option of choosing a health care provider of their choice. Specifically, the facility conducted a skin test on these residents at the time they moved in as part of the screening process. The facility, according to interviews conducted with staff, uses an outside home health agency for the residents’ tests. The residents were never provided with an option to have the test done by another provider. Instead, they were given a form that consented to allowing the home health agency to conduct the test and were charged $10.00. The residents stated to the surveyor that they believed they were required to take the test with the home health agency as they were residents of Atria Windsor Woods. One resident stated that when she mentioned this test to her doctor, he had said that he could have conducted the test for her and that the cost would have been covered by her insurance. The need for residents to have the tests done by the third-party home health agency was discussed with the Administrator.

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