NEXTGEN SAFETY SCORE: F- (TEMPORARILY SHUT DOWN DUE TO 11 DEATHS FOLLOWING HURRICANE IRMA)
Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills LLC
1200 N. 35th Ave.
Hollywood, Florida 33021
Size: 152 licensed beds
PRIOR LAWSUITS: 1
December 13, 2016: Chaddrick Johnson Plaintiff vs. Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills LLC Defendant
Allegations: While at Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills LLC, the staff and employees failed to develop an adequate care plan and properly monitor and supervise the care and treatment provided to the Resident in order to prevent him from suffering the development and deterioration of infections and sepsis and suffering the development and deterioration of dehydration.
RESULT: Case is on-going.
MEDICAID AND MEDICARE RATINGS:
Medicaid (AHCA) Ranking (1 out of 5 stars):
Medicare Ranking (2 out of 5 stars):
Google.com (3.6 out of 5)
US News Health – US News & World Reports (1.8/5)
Nursing-Homes.Healthgrove.com (70 out of 100)
Caring.com (3.5 out of 5)
Facebook.com (3.8 out of 5)
IN THE NEWS:
On September 23, 2017, news outlets reported that 11 Nursing Home Residents at Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills died following Hurricane Irma. According to reports, the the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills was left without power following Hurricane Irma which caused temperatures to rise in the facility and may have had “air-conditioning issues.” An investigation into the deaths of these residents is underway.
Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills and its owners have a history of litigation. News outlets are reporting that this facility’s prior owner was convicted of Medicare Fraud. Additionally, the current owner has a history of being involved with lawsuits and other fraudulent schemes. According to the Article: “The Department of Justice accused him of participating in a kickback scheme involving his company Larkin Community Hospital. He and four others settled the civil claims for $15 million in 2006.”