NEXTGEN SAFETY SCORE: C (71.0% Safety Rating)
Brookdale Sunrise (formerly Emeritus at Springtree)
4201 Springtree Dr.
Sunrise, Florida 33351
Size: 246 licensed beds
PRIOR LAWSUITS: 5
November 8, 2016: Dana West-Abutbol Plaintiff vs. Emeritus Corporation Defendant
Allegations: The Resident was admitted at Brookdale Sunrise, she was 93 years of age and she suffered from unsteady gait and other infirmities of aging that affected her ability to protect herself from injuries. Brookdale Sunrise failed to assess or reassess the Resident as an appropriate assisted living facility candidate and, as a result, the Resident suffered a fall on or about October 23, 2015 resulting in a left hip fracture requiring surgical intervention.
RESULT: Case is ongoing.
December 6, 2013: Shervon Williams Plaintiff vs. Emeritus Corporation Defendant
Allegations: The injured party was pushing a wheelchair of a Resident when she slipped and fell on liquid on the floor. As a result of the fall, the injured party was permanently injured in and about her body and extremities.
RESULT: Case was disposed on August 29, 2016.
May 7, 2013: Estate of Bertha Riccio Plaintiff vs. Emeritus Corporation Defendant
Allegations: Brookdale Sunrise breached duties owed to the Resident which caused her injury, which included multiple falls resulting in contusions, pain to her right elbow, and pain to her left side, lengthy overdose of timolol, dehydration, malnourishment, infestation of bed bugs on her body, and red blotches and rash on her extremities.
RESULT: Case was disposed on March 7, 2016.
January 4, 2012: Sean Colin Ready Plaintiff vs. Emeritus Corporation Defendant
RESULT: Case was disposed on January 9, 2014.
March 9, 2010: Bruce Levy, et al Plaintiff vs. Emeritus Corporation Defendant
RESULT: Case was disposed on January 9, 2011.
SUBSTANTIATED COMPLAINTS: 9
CLASS 1 (serious and immediate risk or harm to patients): 0
CLASS 2 (a direct threat to the health, safety, or welfare of patients): 0
CLASS 3 (indirectly or potentially poses a threat to the safety of patients): 0
CLASS 4 (do not typically present a direct or indirect threat to the safety of patients): 0
UNCLASSIFIED (may include: exceeding licensed capacity, violation of statute): 0
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