Background Information on Cobble Hill Health Center
Cobble Hill Health Center is a 364-bed nursing facility located at 380 Henry Street in Brooklyn, New York. As of the time of this post, Cobble Hill Health Center, Inc. has been given an overall rating of one out of five stars by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). This rating is based on the facility’s performance with health inspections, staffing, and quality measures.
As of this post, Cobble Hill Health Center has been rated two stars in the category of health inspections, one star in the category of staffing, and one star in the category of quality measures. Part of the reason for these low ratings is from the facility failing to submit a portion of their data to CMS. For instance, we do not know Cobble Hill Health Center’s total nursing staff turnover because, per Medicare, “This facility did not submit staffing data, or submitted data that did not meet the criteria required to calculate a staffing measure.”
According to the long-term stay data submitted by the facility, residents at Cobble Hill Health Center are 2.7% more likely to develop pressure ulcers and 8.8% more likely to show symptoms of depression than residents of other New York nursing homes.
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Lawsuits Against Cobble Hill Health Center for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Allegations
The following lawsuits have been filed against Cobble Hill Health Center:
Smith, Royal vs. Cobble Hill Health Center, Inc.
This small claim case against Cobble Hill Health Center was filed with the Kings County Civil Court in June 2023.
Colon, Josephine E/O vs. Cobble Hill Health Center, Inc.
The administrator of Ms. Colon’s estate, Glenn Rodriguez, filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against Cobble Hill Health Center in February 2022.
Williams, Timothy E/O vs. Cobble Hill Health Center, Inc.
Sheila Lance-Williams filed a personal injury case against Cobble Hill Health Center in March 2021. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the estate of the deceased Timothy Williams.
Rollins, Sabrina vs. Cobble Hill Health Center, Inc.
In February 2018, Sabrina Rollins filed a lawsuit against Cobble Hill Health Center for medical malpractice.
Deficiencies at Cobble Hill Health Center for Resident Care Violations
December 8th, 2021, Inspection at Cobble Hill Health Center
Based on interviews and record review, it was determined that Cobble Hill Health Center failed to report an allegation of abuse to the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) in the required timeframe. The allegation was of resident-on-resident violence. A certified nursing assistant (CNA) and registered nurse (RN) witnessed a physical altercation between two residents. Resident #122 scratched Resident #203, while Resident #203 punched Resident #122. Resident #122 is severely cognitively impaired. According to the Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) at Cobble Hill Health Center, their staff were unaware of the state’s reporting requirements.
May 4th, 2019, Inspection at Cobble Hill Health Center
This inspection documented several deficiencies at Cobble Hill Health Center. Inspectors cited the facility for food safety violations, unnecessary usage of psychotropic medications, accident hazards, and the failure to complete care plans for residents.
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