Background Information on Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a for-profit nursing facility located at 6125 South Kenwood in Chicago, Illinois. This large, 318-bed nursing home is affiliated with Infinity Healthcare Management and owned by A&F Realty, LLC according to Medicare’s website.
As of the date of this post, Parkshore Estates has received a “much below average” rating of one out of five stars on Medicare’s Care Compare site. Additionally, Medicare has issued a consumer alert against the facility for citations of abuse.
Over the past three years, Parkshore Estates has received thirteen federal fines totaling around $682,000. Nursing facilities receive federal fines as penalties when they get a serious health or fire safety citation during an inspection, or when they fail to correct a citation over a long period of time. Typically, the bigger the fine, the more serious the citation is.
Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has received 23 health citations over the last year, whereas the average number of citations given to U.S. facilities annually is 9.1.
Lawsuits Against Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Allegations
The following lawsuits have been filed against Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center:
Hymon, Barbara E/O vs. Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Allegations: A wrongful death case was filed by the estate of Barbara Hymon, along with Demetrius Hymon, against Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in July of 2023.
Trimble, Floyd E/O vs. Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Allegations: In March of 2023, a personal injury and wrongful death lawsuit was filed against Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center by the Trimble family.
Robinson, Sarah E/O vs. Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Allegations: Margaret Thomas, the administrator of Sarah Robinson’s estate, filed a lawsuit against Parkshore Estates in 2019. According to the case’s complaint, Ms. Robinson suffered from injuries such as pressure ulcers, malnutrition, dehydration, and falls while under the care of Parkshore Estates’ staff. Ms. Robinson unfortunately passed away as a result of her injuries.
Clark, Gail vs. Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Allegations: In late 2018, Gail Clark filed a personal injury case against Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Ms. Clark alleged that while she was a resident of the facility, she fell twice, resulting in a concussion and fractured leg.
Deficiencies at Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for Resident Care Violations
August 25th, 2023, Inspection at Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
During a complaint inspection at Parkshore Estates in August 2023, inspectors found that staff had failed to provide wound care in accordance with professional standards of care. According to the report, Resident #2, or R2, did not receive the proper treatment for a gangrene infected foot wound, which resulted in R2’s foot condition deteriorating.
April 7th, 2023, Inspection at Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
An inspection occurred at Parkshore Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation Center following a physical altercation between two residents. After interviewing staff, inspectors found that Resident #3 had hit Resident #1 on the forehead, causing an abrasion. It was determined that Parkshore Estates had failed to protect Resident #1 from physical abuse.
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