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Nursing Home Violations for First Quarter 2018

Posted by Admin On April - 23 - 2018

SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced the 2018 First Quarterly Report of Nursing Home Violators is now posted on IDPH’s website.  The report contains additional information about the violations.

The facilities listed below were cited with type “AA” or “A” violations of the Nursing Home Care Act processed during the first quarter of 2018.  An “AA” violation is cited when there is a condition or occurrence at the facility that proximately caused a resident’s death.  An “A” violation pertains to a condition in which there is a substantial probability that death or serious mental or physical harm will result, or has resulted.

The following facilities were cited for “A” violations.
• DeKalb County Rehab and Nursing, a 190-bed skilled care facility in DeKalb was fined $25,000.
• Glenlake Terrace Nursing and Rehab, a 271-bed skilled and intermediate care facility in Waukegan was fined $25,000.
• Glenshire Nursing and Rehab Center, a 294-bed skilled care facility in Richton Park was fined $25,000.
• Grasmere Place, a 216-bed intermediate care facility in Chicago was fine $12,500.
• Manor Court of Peoria, a 50-bed skilled care facility in Peoria was fined $25,000.
• Pleasant View Luther Home, a 90-bed skilled care facility in Ottawa was fined $25,000.
• Ridgeview Rehab and Nursing, 136-bed skilled and intermediate care facility in Chicago was fined $25,000.
• Rochelle Gardens Care Center, a 74-bed skilled and intermedia care facility in Rochelle was fined $25,000.
• Warren Barr Lincoln Park, a 109-bed skilled care facility in Chicago was fined $25,000.
• Helia Healthcare Champaign, a 118-bed skilled care facility in Champaign was cited with an “AA” violation and fined $50,000.

The following facilities were cited for “A” violations.
• Aperion Care Oak Lawn, 134-bed skilled care facility in Oak Lawn was fined $25,000.
• Avantara Long Grove, a 195-bed skilled care facility in Long Grove was fine $25,000.
• Big Meadows, an 83-bed intermediate care facility in Savannah was fined $25,000.
• Cedar Ridge Health and Rehab Center, a 116-bed skilled care facility in Lebanon was fined $25,000.
• Dixon Rehab, a 97-bed skilled care facility in Dixon was fined $25,000.
• Lexington of LaGrange, a 120-bed skilled care facility in LaGrange was fined $25,000.
• Norridge Gardens, a 292-bed skilled care facility in Norridge was fined $25,000.
• Parents and Friends, a 100-bed intermediate care facility for the developmentally disabled in Swansea was fined $12,500.
• Rosewood Care Center Alton, a 180-bed skilled care facility in Alton was fined $25,000.
• Rosewood Care Center Rockford, a 120-bed skilled care facility in Rockford was fined $25,000.
• South Elgin Rehab & HCC, a 90-bed skilled and intermediate care facility in South Elgin was fined $25,000.
• United Methodist Village, a 143-bed skilled care facility in Lawrenceville was fined $25,000.
• Villa Health Care East, a 109-bed skilled care facility in Sherman was fined $25,000.
The following facilities were cited for “A” violations.
• Integrity Healthcare of Wood River, a 106-bed skilled care facility in Wood River was fined $25,000.
• Niles Nursing Rehab, a 304-bed skilled care facility in Niles was fined $25,000.
• Providence Downers Grove, a 241-bed skilled and shelter care facility in Downers Grove was fine $25,000.

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