Avante at Leesburg Lawsuits and Complaint Citations

Negligence cases against Avantee Leesburg

Background Information on Avante at Leesburg

Avante at Leesburg, also known as Avante at Leesburg, Inc., is a for-profit nursing home with 116 beds in Lake County. The facility is located at 2000 Edgewood Ave in Leesburg, Florida, which is just a two-minute drive from Leesburg Regional Medical Center. The facility accepts both Medicare and Medicaid, as well as other health insurances. Medicare has given Avante at Leesburg an overall rating of three out of five stars for health inspections, staffing, and quality measures. In 2021, Avante at Leesburg received a federal fine. Nursing homes receive federal fines when they receive a serious health or fire safety citation or fail to correct a penalty over a long period of time.

The facility has an average nursing staff turnover rate of 67.5%, which is 17.4% higher than the Florida average. Avante at Leesburg, Inc. has been sued multiple times in the past few years for allegations of elder abuse and nursing home negligence. Some of the allegations, which are listed below, include the development of bed sores, infections, and malnutrition.

Lawsuits Against Avante at Leesburg for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Allegations

The following lawsuits have been filed against Avante at Leesburg:

Moomaw, Phyllis E/O vs. Avante at Leesburg, Inc.

Allegations: Ms. Moomaw was admitted to Avante at Leesburg for short-term rehabilitation. During her stay, she developed a stage three bed sore on her bottom, multiple other pressure injuries, and suffered from a UTI and malnutrition. Ms. Moomaw passed away as a result of the injuries she sustained at the facility.

Malcolm, Aaron vs. Avante at Leesburg, Inc.

Allegations: As a result of the facility’s negligence, Mr. Malcolm suffered bodily injury, disability, expense of hospitalization, and nursing care.

Parker, Audrey E/O vs. Avante at Leesburg, Inc.

Allegations: While a resident at Avante at Leesburg, Ms. Parker suffered multiple falls resulting in injuries. Her last fall in the facility resulted in hospitalization and a diagnosis of a left hip fracture and a pelvic fracture. Ms. Parker was admitted to hospice care and passed away soon after.

Matias Ocasio, Iraida E/O vs. Avante at Leesburg, Inc.

Allegations: Due to the negligence of the facility, Ms. Matias Ocasio suffered multiple falls in the facility, which resulted in a broken hip. Ms. Matias Ocasio suffered pain, hospitalization, and eventually wrongful death.

Deficiencies at Avante at Leesburg for Resident Care Violations

August 16, 2021, Inspection at Avante at Leesburg

During a fire safety inspection at the facility, administrators failed to produce documentation of a current comprehensive emergency management plan (CEMP).

February 3, 2021, Inspection at Avante at Leesburg

Based on observations and interviews, inspectors determined that multiple residents did not have care plans in place for peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line site care and/or oxygen tube care.

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