Our attorneys recognize that nearly all bedsores can be prevented. Because of that, we are ardent advocates for nursing home residents all across Illinois. We publish up-to-date publicly available data involving opened investigations, filed complaints, regulatory violations and safety concerns at assisted-living centers, retirement communities and nursing homes statewide. This information can serve as a valuable tool for families in need of placing an elderly loved one in a nursing home.
Manor Court of Peoria
Manor Court of Peoria is a 50-bed skilled nursing facility providing medical services to residents of Peoria and Peoria County, Illinois. The center is located at:
6900 N. Stalworth
Peoria, IL 61615
The facility also provides short term and long term care along with hospice and respite care.
Nursing Facility Resident Safety Concerns
The federal government, through its website www.Medicare.gov, maintains star rating summaries of all assisted-living homes, retirement communities and nursing facilities in the United States. Currently, Manor Court of Peoria maintains a four out of five above average star rating compared to other facilities and nursing homes nationwide. This includes three out of five stars for quality measures in four out of five stars for both staffing and health inspections.
However, the Peoria Illinois nursing home neglect attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers have found various complaints, opened investigations and safety concerns involving Manor Court of Peoria. Some of these include:
- Failure to Provide Adequate Treatment to Prevent or Heal Pressure Sores:
In a statement of deficiencies dated 03/29/2013, a complaint investigation was opened concerning the facility’s failure “to assist [a resident] off a bedpan for over two hours.” This is in response to a resident who was “in pain and found to be on a bedpan” on 3/14/13. The resident had been placed on the bedpan and remain there for “two hours and 20 minutes.” Upon transfer off the bedpan, the resident “had a new open area on her buttocks.” The open area was noted to be 4 cm x 1 cm in size and “looks as if it was caused by a bedpan.”
- Failure to Provide a Residential Environment Free of Physical Restraints:
In a summary statement of deficiencies dated 05/07/2015, a complaint investigation was opened concerning the facility’s failure “to complete an assessment, document alternatives tried, and obtain a physician’s order documenting a medical symptom justifying the use of restraint for [a resident].” This is in response to a lack of orders on how to properly use a restraint, even upon the family’s request.
In a second summary statement of deficiencies dated 07/08/2011, another complaint
investigation was opened for the facility’s failure to “assess, care plan, and have a medical symptom which justify the use of restraint for [2 residents].” This is in response to a failure to follow a care plan that indicates there must be a reason to use the restraint, indicates this restraint used and the duration and time of days where it can be utilized.
Peoria Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
If you, or your loved one, have been injured, harmed or neglected while residing at Manor Court of Peoria, or any other Illinois nursing facility, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers can help. Our Peoria Illinois nursing home abuse attorneys can provide legal representation to stop the abuse now.
We encourage you to make contact with our law offices today through our online chat rooms or by calling (888) 424-5757 to schedule your free case evaluation. After review of the evidence in your claim, we can provide a variety of legal options to seek financial compensation and hold those at fault for your harm legally accountable. We accept these types of cases on contingency, meaning you receive immediate legal representation without the need of paying upfront fees.