Failure to supervise leads to nursing home neglect in Illinois facility Good Samaritan Nursing Home

Good Samaratin Nursing Home was fined for neglect when they failed to prevent a resident from leaving the facility unsupervised. The facility did not realize the resident was missing until staff received a phone call notifying them that the woman was at a business about half mile away. The temperature at the time was in the teens and the resident was not wearing a coat. The facility also failed to have a system in place to monitor and supervise who enters and exits through outside doors. During the Department’s investigation, the resident was seen attempting to leave the facility twice through a laundry room exit. There has not been an Illinois nursing home negligence lawsuit filed yet.

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