Minnesota Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse

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Minnesota Nursing Home Facilities

Nursing Home Companies

When an accident happens in a nursing home, it’s occasionally the fault of an individual staff member, but more often it’s because of an irresponsible policy put in place by the home’s parent company. The ultimate cause of most injuries and deaths in nursing homes is under-staffing. If an overworked, underpaid nurse’s aid has to provide care to 35 residents in an eight hour shift, she’s bound to make a mistake eventually, and that’s when people get hurt. It’s usually because there simply aren’t enough hours in the day or because staff haven’t been properly trained. It’s expensive for parent companies to train staff and put them on the floor, and many of them try to scrape by with the bare minimum or less to save the extra money. In the state of Minnesota, nursing homes are required to provide a minimum of 2 hours of direct nursing care per resident per day. The companies listed below own many nursing homes and repeatedly implement policies and administrative decisions that result in deficient care in the nursing homes themselves.

Extendicare

Extendicare is a large corporation that owns 176 nursing homes across 12 states and 82 in Canada. To learn more, click here.

All 8 of Extendicare’s Facilities in Minnesota have received government citations for providing deficient care. They are: Health & Rehabilitation of New Brighton, Richfield Health, Robbinsdale Rehabilitation & Care, Rose of Sharon Manor (located in Roseville), Park Health & Rehabilitation (located in St. Louis Park),
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Good Samaritan Society

The Good Samaritan Society owns and operate 230 nursing homes in 25 states.
14 of the Good Samaritan Society’s facilities in Minnesota have received government citations for providing deficient care. They are: Good Samaritan Society Ambassador (located in New Hope), Barnesville Good Samaritan Center, Bethany Good Samaritan Center (located in Brainerd), Crystal Lake Good Samaritan Center (located in Robbinsdale), Good Sam Society Albert Lea, Maplewood Good Samaritan Center, Mary Jane Brown Good Samaritan Center (located in Luverne), Pleasant View Good Samaritan Center (located in St. James), Grandview Good Samaritan Center (located in St. Peter), Good Samaritan Society– StillwaterWaconia Good Samaritan CenterSogge Good Samaritan Center (located in Windom), University Good Samaritan Center, and Preston Good Samaritan Center. Learn More

Benedictine Health System

Benedictine Health System is an organization that owns and operates 41 nursing homes across 6 states in the Midwest (Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Kansas).
14 of Benedictine Health System’s facilities in Minnesota have received government citations for providing deficient care. They are: Benedictine Health Center (located in Duluth), Benedictine Health Center at Innsbruck (located in New Brighton), Benedictine Health Center of Minneapolis, Cerenity Care Center – Bethesda of South St. Paul, Cerenity Care Center – White Bear Lake, Cerenity Care Center on Dellwood Place (located in St. Paul), Cerenity Care Center on Humboldt (located in St. Paul), Saint Anne of Winona, St. Eligius Health Center (located in Duluth), St. Isidore Health Center of Greenwood Prairie.
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