Comparing Nursing Homes in Palm Beach County can be difficult. As a result, NextGen Injury Law developed a complete list of Nursing Home Safety Scores, which can be accessed here.
Each nursing home page provides you with important information, including the number of lawsuits filed against the facility, the specific allegations of negligence, and a list of nursing home ratings by other critics.
Check out which nursing homes in Palm Beach County received “F” grades:
MANOR CARE OF BOCA RATON: 51.4% SAFETY RATING (“F”)
Manor Care of Boca Raton is located in Boca Raton, Florida. Our analysis shows that 37 lawsuits have been filed against this facility since 1990. This facility has averaged more than 1 lawsuit per year due to negligence. Allegations include unexplained fractured ribs, dehydration, weight loss, infections and skin breakdown to a Resident’s sacral area.
DARCY HALL OF LIFE CARE: 50.7% SAFETY RATING (“F”)
Darcy Hall of Life Care is located in West Palm Beach, Florida. As indicated in our analysis, this facility has had 37 lawsuits filed against it since 1983. There have been 3 lawsuits filed in the last 3 years, including allegations that a Resident violently struck the back of her head due to malfunctioning doors at the facility. Other allegations include a catastrophic fall which resulted in a fractured femur and death of the Resident.
AVANTE AT BOCA RATON, INC.: 49.1% SAFETY RATING (“F”)
Avante at Boca Raton, Inc. is located in Boca Raton, Florida and had had 29 lawsuits have been filed against them since 2005. 11 lawsuits occurred in the last 3 years. This is almost an average of 4 lawsuits per year. Based on our analysis, Avante at Boca Raton, Inc. is the worst ranked nursing home in Palm Beach County, Florida. One of the primary reasons it has received a “F” safety score is due to the number of recent lawsuits filed against this facility. Allegations include violations of nursing home rights, decubitus ulcers to residents, deterioration of infections and sepsis, and a resident undergoing a right below the knee amputation due to negligence.
For a complete analysis of each of the facilities listed above, please visit their respective NextGen Safety Score pages. Additionally, there are other Palm Beach County nursing homes who have received low safety scores, including “D” and “C” scores.
For a complete list, please visit our Nursing Home Safety Score – Palm Beach County page.