Health Care Agreement Announced Regarding Care Enhancements At Rehab Center
PHILADELPHIA - The Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Catholic Health Care Services has agreed to resolve allegations relating to resident care at St. Monica Center for Rehabilitation and Health Care and St. Monica Manor, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has agreed to improve, or has already improved, care in the following areas: physician orders; wound care and pressure ulcers; medication administration; documentation of care; and transfer and toileting of residents. Pursuant to the agreement, the Archdiocese has also agreed to pay $80,000 in addition to implementing the care enhancements. Although St. Monica Manor has been sold to Center Management Group ("CMG"), CMG has agreed to assume all duties in connection with the settlement agreement.
- Date:January 26, 2016
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions