The Grandview Good Samaritan Center is a 60-bed nursing home in St. Peter, MN owned and operated by the Good Samaritan Society. Like all nursing homes that participate in the Medicare/Medicaid program, The Grandview Good Samaritan Center is required to be in compliance with all state and federal regulations. Allegations of abuse or neglect in violation of these regulations are investigated by the Minnesota Department of Health. The findings of these investigations are part of the public record and are available for free on the internet. Click here to visit the investigation search page on the Minnesota Department of Health website.
Links to recent investigative findings for the Grandview Good Samaritan Center
- A resident choked to death in the dining room. The staff performed the Heimlich Maneuver and back blows, but the resident was still unable to breathe. The facility staff did not call 911. After ten minutes the resident died. Click here to view the investigative report.
- A resident whose care plan indicated that he had weak skin obtained stage II ulcers after he was admitted to the facility. The ulcers were created when an employee pulled a towel out from under his buttocks following a bath, ripping the skin apart. Click here to view the investigative report.
If you believe that a loved one has suffered abuse or neglect at the Grandview Good Samaritan Center, take action and contact the Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm online or call us toll free at (877) 552 2873 to set up a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION.