Nursing Home Complaint Center Calls March National Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Awareness Month For All US Nursing Home Patients

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center is calling March, National Nursing Home Abuse, and Neglect Awareness Month, for all US nursing home patients, and their loved ones. The group says, "because the level of care is frequently so bad in our nations nursing homes, we are calling on family members, or loved ones to keep a journal of their loved ones time at a nursing home." They say, "The specific things we are looking for are sepsis type infections, bed sores, hospitalizations for septic shock, broken bones, or an unexplained death." If a family member, or loved one has died in a US nursing home from provable wrongful death, or has sepsis, has bed sores, is in septic shock, or has broken bones, please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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because the level of care is frequently so bad in our nations nursing homes, we are calling on family members, or loved ones to keep a journal of their loved ones time at a nursing home

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We are calling March,National Nursing Home Abuse, and Neglect Awareness Month, for all US nursing home patients, and their loved ones. Just as an example of the problem, we believe needless sepsis infections, bed sores, septic shock, broken bones, wrongful death, and elder abuse in our nation's nursing homes are at, or beyond epidemic levels, and we want to hear from family members who have proof the sick, or deceased family member was mistreated, or not treated at all-with the result being a wrongful death, or they are now in a ICU at a nearby hospital." They say, "One of the biggest problems we see in the vast majority of our nation's nursing homes is staffing levels, are not high enough to meet Medicare, or Medicaid standards, with the result being dead patients, or patients suffering from sepsis, bed sores, or septic shock, or broken bones." The group says, "We desperately need family members, or loved ones to keep journals, or logs related to each time, and date they last saw their family member in a US nursing home, and their condition at that time." If a family member of a nursing home patient has specific information about severe neglect, or abuse involving a nursing home, and their loved one, please call the Nursing Home Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is also urging nursing home staff members to step forward if they have proof of intentional short staffing, patient neglect, concealing what really happened to someone's mom, or dad, in the instance of a severe infection, a broken bone, or even a wrongful death. The group says, "many nursing home employees see it, but are too afraid to say something about it. Please call us, if you know of intentional nursing home abuse, neglect, or wrongful death." They say, "we also want to hear from nursing home employees who have significant proof of Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. If you can prove intentional short staffing, needless Medicare cognitive, ambulatory, or speech tests, there can be huge rewards for this type of information-provided its provable." Nursing home patient family members, and or nursing home employees are encouraged to call the Nursing Home Complaint Center with any serious concerns, or proof of wrong doing, patient abuse, or patient neglect anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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