A nurse has been indicted for allegedly administering morphine to a nursing home resident by mistake and covering up her error while the resident experienced a health emergency, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Thursday.
Neglect charges filed against 10 workers at nursing home where residents from a troubled sister facility were transferredMarch 26, 2014
Hidden camera footage has led to felony and misdemeanor charges against 10 caregivers at a skilled nursing facility in New York, the state's attorney general announced Monday. The accused caregivers work at a facility that recently took in a number of displaced residents from a nursing home under the same ownership, which is closing due to quality of care issues.
A New York nursing home that accommodated a racist resident by barring black workers from certain areas of the facility has entered into a legal settlement, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Tuesday.
Authorities arrest nine nursing home workers in New York, bring criminally negligent homicide chargesFebruary 12, 2014
Workers at a Long Island nursing home consistently neglected residents, leading to at least one death, while the facility's owners pocketed $60 million in Medicaid payments meant for resident care, according to charges filed by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Nine people were arrested Tuesday in connection with the charges.