Nursing Home Complaint Center Offers Instant Help For Nursing Home Patients With Broken Bones-Constant Severe Infections

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center is Americas premier advocate for individuals victimized by elder abuse, neglect, and even wrongful death in one of our nations nursing homes. The group is warning family members, and loved ones to be on the lookout for the most common symptoms of nursing home neglect, or abuse. These symptoms include unexplained broken bones, constant severe infections, including sepsis, or septic shock. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "thousands of our nations precious elderly nursing home patients needlessly die each month, because of poor care they received in a nursing homes. Short staffing, or inadequate staffing levels frequently lead to patients not being changed, or turned-they get an infection, they fall and break a hip, they die, and no one ever tells the family." If a family member, or loved one of a nursing home patient has specific information about elder abuse, severe neglect, or wrongful death, in one of our nations nursing homes, they should contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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we suppose its easy to look the other way on nursing home abuse, neglect, or even wrongful death, but its wrong, and we are trying to level the playing field for all patients.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is all about offering victims of nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death, or their family members with an instant coordinated response, provided there is proof of the neglect. The group says, "our biggest problem is family members to not speak out-when they see their mom, or dad laying in their own excrement, or they don't ask the right questions, when a parent, or loved one either has broken bones, or they are now in a hospital in septic shock, or battling a severe infection." They say, "far too many US senior citizens are prematurely dying in our nations nursing homes, and staffing levels in our opinion is the number one issue. To a son, or daughter, inadequate staffing levels means there is not enough staff to properly care for your parent. As a result your loved one could get an infection called sepsis--from laying in their own excrement for hours, and even days, and then they could die." They say, "the other total insult about short staffing a US nursing home is-more often than not-the taxpayer, or the nursing home abuse, or neglect victim paid for a service-they never received. That's wrong, and we need victims, or loved ones to contact us-if they can prove it." For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "we suppose its easy to look the other way on nursing home abuse, neglect, or even wrongful death, but its wrong, and we are trying to level the playing field for all patients." The four core areas of the Nursing Home Complaint Center's national advocacy for the millions of US nursing home patients revolve around the concept that nursing home patients have rights, and they are here to protect those rights. The groups initiative is focused on:

  • Provable wrongful death of a nursing home patient
  • Sepsis and Septic Shock due to medical malpractice
  • Severe falls, or injuries related to nursing home neglect
  • And tragically sexual abuse

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "we need game changers to step forward. We need loved ones of nursing home victims to step forward, and to help us do the right thing for the victim. In most cases these victims have no voice. If you can prove it, or have evidence of wrongdoing please call us." For more information victims, or family members of nursing home abuse, neglect, and wrongful death can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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