Washington Post: Three Montgomery County Nursing Homes Fined During Health Crisis

Maryland found significant issues in three nursing homes in the county that placed residents in “immediate jeopardy”  during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new article in The Washington Post.

Maryland inspectors recently completed a COVID-19 survey of all nursing homes. Collingswood Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Rockville was fined $275,000, Potomac Valley Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center also in Rockville was fined $120,000, and Kensington Healthcare Center was fined $294,000, according to The Washington Post.

According to The Washington Post, all three homes failed to isolate residents when that may have been contagious with COVID-19. According to state data, more than 270 residents from the three nursing homes have contracted COVID-19 and 78 residents have died from the disease.

Related:

Elrich, Gayles Address Nursing Home Data in COVID-19 Briefing

 

All Maryland Nursing Home Residents and Staff Must be Tested for COVID-19

 

COVID-19 Cases Near 1,000 in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities

 

 

550 Nursing Home Residents in Montgomery County Tested Positive for COVID-19

 

 

Hogan Releases New Directives for Nursing Homes

 

County Coronavirus Update: 10 Nursing Homes with Cases, 6 Deaths

 

Residents and Staff at 3 Nursing Homes have COVID-19

 

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