Harmony Health Center is a for profit nursing home situated at 9820 N Kendall Drive in Miami, Florida. The home has 203 beds, mostly in shared rooms, and accepts customers on medicare and medicaid. The center is independent, rather than part of a chain, and is owned by Ayintove Associates LLC.
As of this post on 4-29-2019, Harmony Health Center is currently rated ‘above average‘ by the federal government’s Nursing Home Compare program.
Lawsuits filed vs. Harmony Health Center
Ponce, et al vs. Ayintove Associates, et al
Allegations: This nursing home negligence lawsuit alleges that Harmony Health Center were neglectful in their care of Mr. Ponce, leading to him suffering bed sores, infections, sepsis, respiratory failure, and ultimately death on 9/24/2017.
The Estate of Jimenez vs. Ayintove Associates LLC d/b/a Harmony Health
Allegations: This 2015 lawsuit alleges that due to Harmony Health Center’s neglect, Mr. Jimenez suffered multiple falls and unexplained injuries during his residency, including a fractured shoulder which led to Mr. Jimenez’s death on 8/8/2015.
Santiago, et al vs. Harmony Health Center
Allegations: It is alleged in this 2015 lawsuit that during his stay at Harmony Health Center Mr. Santiago developed bed sores due to inadequate care.
Reyes vs. Ayintove Associates LLC
Allegations: This nursing home neglect lawsuit alleges that Ms. Garcia was admitted to Harmony Health Centre on 6/12/2012 for short term care following treatment in another nursing home for a hematoma. The complaint alleges that as a result of failings at Harmony Health Center Ms. Garcia developed an unblanchable area of skin which developed further into a stage IV decubitus ulcer, leading to her death on 12/21/2012.
Morgan vs. Harmony Health Center Nursing Home
Allegations: This 2014 complaint alleges that during her stay at Harmony Health Center Ms. Brown suffered from multiple ailments, including unexplained injuries, pressure sores, sores resulting from long term skin exposure to urine and feces, hypothermia, infections, sepsis, malnutrition, and weight loss, leading to her death on 12/15/2013.
Lisboa vs. Ayintove Associates LLC
Allegations: This case alleges that while visiting his mother at Harmony Health Care on 2/1/2009, the plaintiff fell into a water filled pothole on the premises, suffering injuries.
Garces vs. Harmony Health
Allegations: This negligence complaint alleges that due to inadequate care Ms. Garces suffered a fall at Harmony Health Center, leading to her death on 6/5/2013.
Culter vs. Harmony Health Center Nursing Home
Allegations: This lawsuit alleges that due to Harmony Health Center’s neglect Mr. Cutler suffered respiratory and cardiac arrest, leading to his death on 11/17/2011.
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Harmony Health Center Prior Inspections & Survey Reports
Standard Inspection – 02/08/2018
This standard inspection found deficiencies in regards to residents’ dignity. On the morning of 02/06/2018 two male wheelchair using residents with cognitive impairments were observed waiting in line for the shower while not fully dressed. The first resident’s hospital gown was open at the shoulder, exposing some of his torso. The second resident was wearing a shirt but no pants, with only a small folded blanket covering his groin area.
At this time a CNA was observed moving both residents close to the shower without helping them to cover up. However, both residents were fully covered up by the time of a follow up observation 15 minutes later.
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