Background Information on York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is a for-profit Bedrock Care nursing home run under the legal business name of York Operating, LLC. The facility is located in Oak Lane, Pennsylvania at 7101 Old York Road. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center hosts 240 beds and accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.
At the time of this post, Medicare has given the facility an average rating of one out of five stars. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has been sued in civil lawsuits multiple times in the past for nursing home abuse and medical malpractice allegations.
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Lawsuits Against York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Allegations
The following lawsuits have been filed against York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center:
Corley, Helen vs. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Ms. Helen Corley filed a lawsuit against York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in November 2021 after suffering a nursing home fall and subsequential injuries.
Spencer, Paulette A. vs. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Ms. Paulette Spencer alleges that during her time at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, she suffered a fall which resulted in bodily injury.
Thomas-Chambers, Mildred M. E/O vs. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Christopher Chambers, on behalf of the deceased Mildred Marie Thomas-Chambers, filed a lawsuit against York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in January 2021. Mr. Chambers alleges that Ms. Thomas-Chambers suffered from medical malpractice and wrongful death at the nursing home.
Blair, Joan E/O vs. York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Lisa Anne P. McLaughlin filed a lawsuit against York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on behalf of the late Joan Blair. Ms. McLaughlin alleges that Ms. Blair was a victim of medical malpractice at the facility.
Deficiencies at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for Resident Care Violations
March 5, 2020 Inspection at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
The inspection at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on March 5th, 2020, revealed several deficiencies. It was noted that the facility failed to follow physician orders, keep proper medical records, provide safe administration of IV fluids, provide behavioral health services, and keep a clean, safe environment for residents.
February 19, 2020 Inspection at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center failed to protect one of their residents from abuse by another resident. The injured resident sustained a laceration on his left eyebrow and had to receive five sutures to the eyebrow to close the wound. This injury was a result of the resident’s former roommate punching him. The injured resident was cognitively impaired and had previously switched rooms due to verbal abuse from his roommate. Due to his cognitive impairment, he had wandered back to his old room. When he entered the room, his old roommate punched him. Nurses were alerted of the altercation only after the resident had been harmed.
June 7, 2019 Inspection at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Based on clinical record review and interview, it was determined that the facility had failed to provide adequate treatment and care for a patient suffering from a mental illness. The facility was made aware of the resident’s mental illness upon her admission into the facility. After suffering a fall at the facility, the resident confided in a licensed practical nurse that she “just wanted to die.” The nurse failed to relay this information to the resident’s physician. Two days later, the resident was found bleeding in her room after cutting her wrists in an attempted suicide. She was then transferred to a psychiatric hospital for treatment.
April 18, 2019 Inspection at York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
An inspection that occurred in April of 2019 determined that York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center failed to provide adequate supervision to residents, allowing one resident to elope from the building. A resident who had previously been identified as a wander risk by staff, managed to exit the facility from his bedroom window. The resident was found by a staff member a few hours later.
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