HarborChase of Coral Springs is a large, 120 bed assisted living facility located at 2975 NW 99th Avenue in Coral Springs, Florida.
If you suspect you have a potential claim against HarborChase of Coral Springs, contact our experienced and compassionate nursing home abuse attorneys at 561-717-0817.
Who Owns and Operates Harbor Chase of Coral Springs Assisted Living Facility?
HarborChase of Coral Springs is a for-profit A.L.F. The licensee of the facility is HARBORCHASE OF CORAL SPRINGS, LLC, but the facility is managed by HARBOR CORAL SPRINGS MANAGEMENT, LLC and HARBOR ASSISTED LIVING LLC. This individual facility is part of a larger, corporate-owned chain of facilities which is owned by HarborChase.
Prior Lawsuits Against HarborChase of Coral Springs for Assisted Living Negligence and Wrongful Death
Gottesman vs. HarborChase of Coral Springs
Ms. Gottesman sued HarborChase of Coral Springs after suffering a fall on 3-4-2018. Ms. Gottesman was a wheelchair bound resident of HarborChase. On March 4, 2018, she was being pushed by an staff member when she fell out of her wheelchair. She suffered bodily injury as a result.
Estate of Collins vs. HarborChase
This ALF fall case involved wrongful death allegations stemming from Assisted Living resident falls. It was alleged that the facility staff failed to timely recognize and react to a resident’s propensity to fall. As a result, the resident allegedly suffered preventable falls.
Margaret Pellegrini vs. HarborChase of Coral Springs
In this case, it was alleged that the Harbor Chase assisted living facility inappropriately kept Ms. Pellegrini as a resident, despite her higher care level needs. As a result, it was alleged that the resident suffered falls resulting in serious injury. The Plaintiff in this case against HarborChase alleged that the facility administration failed to implement proper fall preventative measures.
Etta Williams vs. Harbor Chase of Coral Springs Assisted Living
Ms. Williams fell and injured herself inside the Harbor Chase of Coral Springs assisted living facility. She was ambulating from the bathroom to her wheelchair when she fell. She survived but was badly injured.
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State Surveys at HarborChase of Coral Springs
HarborChase Coral Springs was cited for deficiencies during a 10/2/2018 relicensure inspection. While there, state inspectors found that during the medication pass, a staff member administered medication improperly. Additionally, during a kitchen tour, it was noted that kitchen utensils had black material buildup.
HarborChase of Coral Springs was also surveyed on 10/19/17 due to a resident complaint. That Complaint survey lead to zero citations.
However, a prior 10/18/16 unannounced licensure survey resulted in a citation for failing to maintain accurate Medication Observation Records for each resident. When facilities do not accurately monitor prescriptions, they run the risk of committing medication mistakes.
The facility enjoys a 4 and 1/2 star rating on SeniorAdvisor.com. Additionally, on Florida Facility Finder, the HarborChase of Coral Springs facility has 3 confirmed complaints and 1 final order/sanction. The amount of administrative fines is $500. In total, the facility has been cited for 6 deficiencies, all of which were Class 3 deficiencies.
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