Nursing Home Negligence
Oklahoma nursing homes must follow the Nursing Home Care Act and Long-Term Care Security Act to ensure the safety and well-being of their residents. This includes various laws and regulations, such as requirements to:
Obtain And Renew Proper Licenses And Certifications
To ensure the best care, nursing homes need to have the right licenses and certifications. If they have low staffing levels or don’t meet health and safety standards, they might not renew their license.
Openly Display Licenses and Other Docs
Facilities should always display their current license and other documents in a visible area. This is so residents or family members can inspect them at any time they wish.
Liable Patient Mistreatment Includes
Poor Or Negligent Hiring Practices
Nursing homes should properly hire and train qualified staff to ensure the best care. They also need to check references or have background checks when hiring employees.<br />
Lack Of Safety Procedures and Policies
Nursing homes should have safety procedures and policies in place to prevent injuries. This includes proper medication administration, regular check-ins of residents, and the right equipment for activities.
Inadequate Staff Training
Nursing home staff should be adequately trained so they can provide residents with quality care. This includes knowing how to safely handle residents and recognizing safety concerns.
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