Located: 2036 HIGHWAY 45 BYPASS, TRENTON, TN 38382
Trenton Place Care & Rehabilitation Center a/k/a Trenton Center was recently cited in January of 2014 by the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES for the following deficiencies:
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SERVICES BY QUALIFIED PERSONS/PER CARE PLAN
The facility failed to ensure interventions to promote healing by relieving pressure was provided as care planned resulted in actual harm
TREATMENT/SVCS TO PREVENT/HEAL PRESSURE SORES
It was determined the facility failed to provide the necessary care to prevent the development of pressure sores, failed to provide timely treatment to promote the healing of pressure sores and/or failed to identify a pressure before it developed into a state III
The failure of the facility to follow a care plan intervention for pressure relief resulted in actual harm when Resident #19 developed an avoidable in house acquired pressure sore that worsened to a stage III with tunneling. The failure of the facility timely identify avoidable in house acquired pressure sores (stage III left heel and stage II penis) and failure to provide timely treatments resulted in actual harm to Resident #63.
Continuing: On assessment by the Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) on 12/10/13 we changed it back to a pressure ulcer. We now have tunneling that was not there prior. We don’t know what happened in between.” The failure of the facility to follow a care plan intervention for pressure relief resulted in actual harm when Resident #19 developed an avoidable in house acquired pressure sore that worsened to a stage III with tunneling.
Review of the “Change of Condition Documentation” dated 11/5/13 documented a new pressure ulcer, ” … ulcerated area approx. 10cm to side of penis with yellowish/greenish drainage … CNA [Certified Nursing Assistant] reported ulcer to penis hidden under folds of skin c [with] yellowish/greenish drainage … Foley cath [catheter] … ” There was no documentation of treatment to this new wound until 11/8/13. This was a three day delay of treatment.
Continuing: The failure of the facility timely identify avoidable in house acquired pressure sores (stage III left heel and stage II penis) and failure to provide timely treatments resulted in actual harm to Resident #63.
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