Manhattanview Nursing Home Lawsuits & Deficiencies

Lawsuits and Deficiencies at Manhattanview Healthcare Center

Background Information on Manhattanview Nursing Home

The 127 bed facility Manhattanview Nursing Home is located at 3200 Hudson Avenue in Union City, NJ 07087. Reachable by phone at (201) 325-8400, Manhattanview is a for profit corporate owned nursing home facility operating under the legal business name Manhattanview Operations LLC. It utilizes both a resident and family council system; however, this has not stopped the facility from receiving 33 complaints within the last three years that resulted in citations. With multiple metrics for health inspections, quality of resident care, and staffing all ranked as below average, Manhattanview has faced numerous lawsuits for its treatment of residents.  Below average treatment can lead to serious injuries like bed sores and falls.

Lawsuits Against Manhattanview Nursing Home for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Allegations

Most of the recent lawsuits against Manhattanview Nursing Home have centered around the facility’s staffing practices. In all of the following cases, Manhattanview has been pursued as the defendant in allegations of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act by insufficiently compensating employees of the facility. The cases affected are:

Deficiencies at Manhattanview Nursing Home for Resident Care Violations

September 2, 2020 Inspection at Manhattanview Nursing Home

Most recently, Manhattanview Nursing Home was reviewed as the result of a complaint. In this inspection, independent investigators discovered that the facility staff had failed to transcribe a physician’s order for a resident; thus, the physician’s directions for properly caring for the resident were left out of that individual’s treatment administration record. In this resident’s particular case, the missing information resulted in inappropriate treatment regarding the supply of oxygen to the individual. When questioned about the event, the LPN stated, “I don’t know how I missed it, the oxygen order that was not transcribed to the TAR.”

November 15, 2019 Inspection at Manhattanview Nursing Home

During a standard yearly health inspection at Manhattanview nursing home, the facility received a citation for failure to utilize appropriate personal protective equipment for the safety of staff and residents in rooms for which infection control was being conducted. In this specific case, an individual using a burnisher (a floor buffer to clean and shine floors) entered an isolation room where a resident with a communicable disease was quarantined. The staff member did not don personal protective equipment before entering the room, even though a sign posted on the door noted that all individuals seeking to enter should consult with a nurse first. Additionally, an isolation cart placed outside the room with PPE on it was ignored.

The employee acknowledged that he was aware that he should ask a nurse before entering an isolation room, and that he failed to ask a nurse during this event. Furthermore, when finished with buffing in the room, the staff wheeled the burnisher into a corner where shower chairs and a whirlpool sink were stored without cleaning it. The staff explained that the burnisher pads used to clean the floor should be replaced, but he had more rooms to do after lunch and so often cleaned multiple rooms with the same pad until it became visibly dirty.

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*The above does not mean your loved one would be in harm at this facility. Each facility gets inspected often. Almost all facilities have deficiencies. Many face civil lawsuits. You should not make a facility placement decision based solely on the above information. Each case is different. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome or indicate an expected outcome on your particular case. The above prior lawsuit information is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to substitute for legal advice from an attorney. This individual case information above is publicly filed information gathered from the publicly filed complaint. This information and these cases are not the work of this law firm. The inspection results are provided from public government agency surveys. The state Department of Health conducts a survey of all nursing home facilities at least once every 15 months. The deficiencies listed on this page may have been corrected after the date of the inspection and date of publishing this material. Citations, ratings and deficiencies are current as of the date of this post and will change later on. The inspection findings published are not complete. You may find the most up to date information at This material is not endorsed by the facility or by any governmental agency. Speak with an attorney immediately if you believe you have a viable case against a nursing home, assisted living facility or medical facility. 

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