“Severe Problems” Force Louisville Nursing Home Residents to Relocate

July 31, 2015  |  Serious Accidents, Nursing Home Abuse

After numerous complaints and investigations, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid terminated its provider agreement with Hurstbourne Care Centre in Louisville, Kentucky, forcing all 125 residents of the nursing home to move.

The termination was ordered Friday. A report more than 700 pages long outlines deficiencies state investigators found at the facility, including some testimony from families about a resident who woke up with ants all over the bed.”

Baron & Budd’s team of nursing home abuse attorneys constantly hear from families facing similar circumstances. Sadly, abuse and neglect in nursing homes is on the rise. We join all those hoping for a day when it is no longer a problem, but until that day we fight on behalf of all victims of nursing home abuse.

WDRB: Residents of Hurstbourne Care Centre nursing home to be relocated after investigators find ‘severe problems’

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