How do I find out what the citation was a nursing home received?

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I looked up the facility which my father is presently residing, and they were given one citation in 2016. How do I find out what the citation was for? Thanks.

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One citation - a year ago - is a pretty good record. It's like getting an A-
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One citation - a year ago - is a pretty good record. It's like getting an A-
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In Illinois the survey results, complaints etc. are to be readily available for anyone to view. Ours are in our family lounge in a binder for whoever wants to see.
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You should be able to look this up quite easily as many have suggested.
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1 CITATION IN 2016! - WE ALL SHOULD BE SO LUCKY
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go to www.medicare.gov. then go to Nursing Home Compare. type in the name and go to quality measures and DOH survey
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You have the right to ask the facility to show you the most recent survey. They are required to let you see it. Only one citation is phenomenal! Most places have several. And they MUST correct the deficiencies after the survey.
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If you live in Missouri you can go to the website Show Me Long Term Care and then you can pull up the inspection report for in long-term care facility in Missouri.
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Check with your state licensing board. In California they have a website and you can sign up and they send you their reports. Ours is under the Dept of Social services
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In my state, violations, fines, remedies, etc. are all online. If I google long term care facility violations, it comes up. There is one for Assisted Living and another one for Nursing Homes. I think it goes back several years. It's very detailed too. I was surprised that many of the violations are things that you wouldn't think about. Like, a broken fixture in the hallway, something sitting in the wrong place, paperwork errors, etc. I was shocked to read about a huge violation by one facility because a CNA picked up a food tray in the dining room! Apparently, you can't handle food, unless you are hired just for that duty. Of course, more serious violations are also listed.
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