HarborChase of Venice Nursing Home Rated “Much Below Average” by Medicare as of May, 2018.
HarborChase of Venice nursing home was recently rated as “much below average” while achieving only 1 out of 5 stars under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Five Star Quality Rating system based upon its health inspections and information reported to the Agency. Unannounced annual and complaint investigation inspections are conducted at all Florida nursing homes by the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration. As a Venice nursing home abuse lawyer, I monitor and report on the health inspection results of local nursing homes. HarborChase of Venice nursing home was inspected on February 2, 2018, at which time it was cited for deficiencies in relation to resident care and safety.
HarborChase of Venice Nursing Home cited at conclusion of February 2, 2018 inspection.
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As a Florida nursing home abuse lawyer, I personally handle cases of nursing home neglect, abuse and negligence in Sarasota, Venice, Englewood, North Port, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa, Lakeland, Bradenton, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples and other communities in Florida and seek to shine a light on the for-profit nursing home industry’s frequent and blatant disregard for the care needs of our most vulnerable and elderly citizens. Understaffing and the failure to employ sufficiently trained and caring staff are the root causes of most harm suffered in Florida nursing homes and assisted living facilities. If you have questions, feel free to call me today at (844) 485-7600. James Edwin Keim, Florida Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer. All nursing home or assisted living facility neglect and abuse cases are handled on a contingency basis. This means the client pays no fees or costs unless and until a successful result is obtain. Attorney fees and costs are then simply deducted from the recovery. Together, we can take a stand against elder abuse and neglect.