NEXTGEN SAFETY SCORE: B (83.9% Safety Rating)
Arden Courts of Delray Beach
16150 Jog Rd.
Delray Beach, Florida 33446
Size: 56 licensed beds
PRIOR LAWSUITS: 3
February 3, 2016: THE ESTATE OF STANLEY E HYMAN BY AND THROUGH SHEILA HYMAN PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE V HCR III HEALTHCARE, LLC
Allegations: While at Arden Courts of Delray Beach, the Resident suffered numerous injuries which included infections, including a urinary tract infection and an eye infection, multiple falls resulting in injuries, including a dislocated left hip, left hip contusion, skin tear to his right hand, and a skin tear to his right forearm, and weight loss.
RESULT: Case is ongoing.
January 12, 2015: GOLDSTEIN, JEFFREY V ARDEN COURTS OF DELRAY BEACH FL LLC
Allegations: While at Arden Courts of Delray Beach, the staff and employees failed to develop an adequate care plan and failed to properly monitor and supervise the care and treatment provided to the Resident in order to prevent him from suffering the development and deterioration of injuries. As a direct result of Arden Courts of Delray Beach’s acts and omissions, the Resident suffered the development and deterioration of acute renal failure, hypotension, and pressure ulcers.
RESULT: Case disposed on December 7, 2015.
December 22, 2011: NADLER, ALFRED R V ARDEN COURTS OF DELRAY BEACH FL LLC
Allegations: While at Arden Courts of Delray Beach, the Resident suffered numerous injuries which included weight loss, and a fall causing injury to his head. Arden Courts of Delray Beach failed to act reasonably in the care of the Resident by failing to ensure or monitor the appropriateness of placement in this facility, failing to provide a safe environment, failing to protect the Resident from falling and being injured by falls in the facility, and failing to monitor nutritional status and appropriately treat for weight loss.
RESULT: Case was Voluntarily Dismissed on August 16, 2013.
SUBSTANTIATED COMPLAINTS: 0
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): 10
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): 1
Caring.com Score (3.8 out of 5)
SeniorAdvisor.com (5 out of 5)
AgingCare.com (4.8 out of 5)