Longview Nursing Home in Beaumont, TX, recently received an anonymous complaint regarding the care of their nursing home residents.
The nursing home received an unsolicited complaint on February 15, 2018 about a man who had made a home-based home for himself and his two children.
The resident, who is a caregiver for the resident’s daughter, has reportedly had multiple medical problems, including pneumonia and diabetes, and is in poor health.
The anonymous complaint noted that the resident had been admitted to the nursing home because of his chronic medical condition.
The residents mother was also at the nursing facility on February 14, 2018, and she complained that the nursing staff did not provide adequate care.
The complaint alleges that the residents mother has not been provided with any additional care since the resident has been in the nursing center.
On February 18, 2018 the nursing assistant contacted the nursing homes management, and stated that the facility had received a complaint about the nursing mother and that the staff was working to address the situation.
The staff was also contacted by the resident on February 19, 2018.
The following day, the nursing aide wrote a letter to the resident stating that she would contact the hospital to have the resident evaluated for the condition of his respiratory system.
The letter stated that her concerns had been addressed and that he was receiving adequate care, but that he had been denied the right to have an appointment to see a doctor.
A day later, the resident contacted the hospital again.
The nurse wrote a second letter, stating that the hospital had been contacted and that she was working with the resident to have his medical condition evaluated.
The facility is still awaiting an appointment with the hospital, and the nurse is still unsure if the resident will receive the required medical care.
On March 5, 2018 another nurse wrote to the mother to inquire about her concerns about the facility.
She stated that she had previously been to the facility and witnessed the nursing woman perform routine tasks.
She explained that she believes the nursing director, who works at the facility, is trying to cover up the situation by denying the resident any care.
Her concern is that she does not believe the nursing care is adequate.
She wrote that the nurses management was “instructed to go in the office to talk to the director about the situation” and that a visit to the manager was scheduled for March 8, 2018 at 6:30pm.
On the same day, a staff member who worked in the facility on Feb. 14 wrote to another resident who was not able to attend the February 18 meeting.
The person, who identified himself as a resident and who also had concerns about a caregivant, stated that he did not believe he was being treated fairly and that his mother was denied any proper care.
He wrote that he believes the resident is not receiving adequate nursing care, and that, based on his concerns, the staff should contact the health department and the county.
On Monday, March 9, 2018 a staff members letter was received at the home by a resident who stated that a nurse at the residence had “unfortunately made a mistake.”
He also stated that someone had called the nursing office and complained about him, and said that he has been told by the nursing department that the nurse had “lost her job.”
A letter sent to the staff states that the director of nursing is investigating and is “working to ensure that this is corrected.”
The resident stated that, according to the residents records, he had “a serious respiratory illness” that required frequent visits to the hospital.
He stated that “they do not give me any care” and noted that he is not given any medications for his condition.
He states that he can no longer do anything because of the hospitalization, and he has no access to any of the facilities other residents.
On Friday, March 13, 2018 staff members were contacted by a second resident who reported that she received a letter from the nursing team stating that “the resident is denied any care.”
The second resident stated he is “horrified” that the family is not getting proper care and is also worried about the hospital’s reaction.
The second letter stated: The nursing team is concerned that the residence may have had a medical emergency during a stay at the Beaumond facility.
The incident was reported by a staff person to the care provider of the resident.
The care provider reported it to the family physician and to the medical staff.
The family physician contacted the medical team and is assisting in the investigation.
If this incident had occurred in the care facility, it is possible that the care team could have acted appropriately.
We are aware of no other reported incidents involving the care staff of the Beaux-Arts Nursing Home.
On April 1, 2018 an anonymous letter was sent to an employee at the hospital regarding a patient who was admitted for an emergency.
The employee wrote that a letter was being sent to her in regards to the patient’s health and