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Terrace View Long Term Care Facility: 33 Public Health Citations, 2 Sanctions

Terrace View Long Term CarePublic records published by the New York State Department of Health, accessed on May 27, 2019, indicate that Terrace View Long Term Care Facility in Buffalo, New York has received citations and sanctions from the Department of Health. Our law firm is interested in hearing from patients who have complaints regarding Terrace View Long Term Care Facility.

Citations for Terrace View Long Term Care Facility

May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2019

Measure This Facility
Standard Health Citation 20
Life Safety Code Citation 13
Total Citations 33
Citations Related to Actual Harm or Immediate Jeopardy 0
Percentage of Citations Related to Actual Harm or Immediate Jeopardy 0.0%

The citations above resulted from a total of 8 inspections.

[Source: New York State Department of Health, accessed May 27, 2019]

Located in Buffalo, New York, Terrace View Long Term Care Facility is owned by a public benefit corporation and operated by Erie County Medical Center Corporation. It holds a total of 390 beds and provides baseline services, behavior intervention programs, clinical laboratory services, diagnostic radiology services, and services for ventilator-dependent residents. The Medicaid and Medicare-certified center has an employee flu vaccination rate of 86% and an occupancy rate of 96%. Its operating certificate number is 1401005N.

According to the nursing home’s Department of Health records, it has received 239 complaints alleging that it violated federal or state regulations, or provided inadequate care. It has also received 20 standard health citations, 13 life safety code citations, and two sanctions.

In 2018 Terrace View Long Term Care Facility received citations in connection to findings of deficiencies in its compliance with public health law provisions regarding the investigation, prevention, and correction of alleged violations; doors with self-closing devices; emergency program training; the storage of gas equipment; and stairways and smoke-proof enclosures. In connection with these citations, the nursing home established plans of correction approved by public health authorities.

In 2018 the nursing home received citations in connection to findings of deficiencies in its compliance with public health law provisions regarding the development and implementation of abuse and neglect policies; the reporting of alleged violations; and pain management. In connection with these citations, Terrace View Long Term Care Facility implemented plans of correction approved by public health authorities.

In 2017 the nursing home received citations in connection to findings of deficiencies in its compliance with public health law provisions regarding department criminal history reviews; the maintenance of an environment free of accident hazards and with adequate supervision to prevent accidents; the provision of care and services that allow residents to attain their highest practicable potential well-being; cooking facilities; and the maintenance and testing of sprinkler systems. It nursing home established plans of correction approved by the Department of Health.

In 2010 the nursing home was sanctioned in connection to findings it violated New York public health laws regarding the quality of care provided to residents. It was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $10,000.

In 2010 the nursing home was sanctioned in connection to findings it violated New York public health laws regarding pressure sores and accidents. It was ordered to pay a civil penalty of $4,000.

If you or someone you know has complaints regarding Terrace View Long Term Care Facility in Buffalo, New York, call 877-238-4175 for a free consultation. Time to file your claim may be limited, so we suggest you avoid delay. Call 877-238-4175 now to speak to an attorney for free.