HarborChase of Venice Nursing Home in Venice, Florida Inspected by State Officials and found in Violation of the Nursing Home Reform Act
What was Harborchase of Venice nursing home cited in violation of? The Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration recently conducted an inspection of Venice, Florida nursing home, Harborchase of Venice. At that time, state investigators found and cited Harborchase of Venice in violation of 19 federal and state regulations related to the care and services it provides to residents in its nursing home on December 10, 2015. Harborchase of Venice is located in Venice, Florida at 950 Pinebrook Road, Venice, Florida 34285.
HarborChase of Venice Nursing Home Cited for Substandard Care Violations
Harborchase of Venice nursing home cited for:
F 164 Failing to maintain the personal privacy and confidentiality of medical records.
F 253 Failing to provide housekeeping and maintenance services necessary to maintain a sanitary, orderly and comfortable interior.
F 271 Failing to have physician’s orders for a resident’s immediate care.
F 282 Failing to follow the plan of care for residents.
F 309 Failing to provide necessary care and services to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being, in accordance with comprehensive assessment and plan of care.
F 314 Failing to provide care and treatment to promote the healing of a pressure sore.
F 323 Failing to provide supervision and assistance to prevent accidents.
F 356 Failing to ensure the total number of staff responsible for resident care were posted at the start of each shift.
F371 Failing to store, prepare, distribute and serve food under sanitary conditions.
F 431 Failing to provide appropriate medication storage and medication disposal.
F441 Failing to establish and maintain an Infection Control Program designed to provide a safe, sanitary and comfortable environment and to help prevent the development of and transmission of disease and infection.
F 502 Failing to ensure the timeliness of laboratory services.
F 520 Failing to maintain an effective quality assurance program to assure ongoing compliance.
N 054 Failing to follow physician’s orders on behalf of residents.
N 071 Failing to provide a care plan for resident care.
N 096 Failing to store medications in a clean and secure area, ensuring the accurate reconciliation of medication for the population served at the facility.
N 110 Failing to provide a safe, clean, comfortable and homelike environment, which allows the resident to use his or her personal belongings to the extent possible.
N 201 Failing to ensure that residents received adequate and appropriate healthcare.
N 901 Failing to maintain an effective quality assurance program.
HarborChase of Venice is Part of a Chain of Nursing Homes in Florida
HarborChase of Venice is part of a chain of nursing homes managed by a limited liability company called Harbor Retirement Associates LLC based in Vero Beach, Florida. The license holder of Harborchase of Venice is a foreign limited liability company called Prime Care One, LLC based in Indiana. According to its website, Harbor Retirement Associates LLC d/b/a HRA Senior Living manages 13 nursing homes in Florida and numerous other facilities in 6 other states. If you visit a nursing home, you have the right to request and read their surveys and complaint investigations. This information may also be obtained online at:
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