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Lexington Health Care Center Bloomingdale Fails Residents With Poor Care Leading to Resident Injuries

When you make the hard decision to place a loved one in the care of a nursing home or health care center, you are putting your trust in the facility to care for your loved one with respect, providing them with the medical and personal care they need to thrive, and giving them their due dignity, whether recovering from a hospitalization or in a long-term care situation.

You shouldn’t have to wonder how they are treating residents when visitor hours have passed and what the care looks like behind closed doors. Unfortunately, nursing home neglect and abuse is a major problem in Illinois and across the United States that many people don’t even know is happening. It could even be your loved one who is being neglected. In fact, many facilities here in Illinois have long lists of state and federal health violations that you may not be aware of.

At Levin & Perconti, we are committed to sharing the truth about these negligent facilities, exposing their sub-par track records, and holding these poorly performing nursing homes and health care facilities accountable for their care failures. Read on to learn details about the care at Lexington Health Care Center Bloomingdale;

About Lexington Health Care Center Bloomingdale

  • Facility name: Lexington Health Care Center Bloomingdale
  • Facility address: 165 S Bloomingdale Rd, Bloomingdale, IL 60108
  • Facility phone: (630) 980-9700

Lexington Health Care Center Bloomington is a 166 bed for-profit healthcare facility in Bloomingdale, IL. They offer private and semi-private rooms and bathrooms, diabetic care, dialysis, state-of-the-art therapy gyms, multilingual staff, and specialized South Asian menus to cater to specific resident needs. The Lexington website boasts that they are “passionate about offering superior healthcare and senior living options,” their public records speak a different story;

Poor Incontinence Care, Ulcer Prevention, Fall Prevention

02/16/2018 Failure to provide appropriate pressure ulcer care and prevent new ulcers from developing. A patient was observed to have a painful, stage 3 pressure wound from sitting and laying on a catheter line. The entire bottom of the resident was noted to have scattered, widespread, open areas, with dark red, purplish demarcation where the catheter tubing laid. There was no previous documentation in this individuals’ files that the wound was identified before the health surveyor-requested assessment.

02/16/2018 Failure to ensure that a nursing home area is free from accident hazards and provides adequate supervision to prevent accidents. A resident with a history of multiple falls who was a continued fall risk was left unattended and found standing up in front of their wheelchair. After several minutes, an aide heard the resident’s wheelchair fall alarm sounding with a low tone. His care plan didn’t address his supervision for fall prevention, but staff stated otherwise, that he shouldn’t be unattended.

02/16/2018 Failure to provide enough food/fluids to maintain a resident’s health. Multiple discrepancies in records have led to inaccurate assessments of nutritional needs. He has lost weight over several months according to the information on file – but there are questions in accuracy and no follow up was made.

01/26/2017 Failure to tell the resident completely about his or her health status, care, and treatments. Multiple residents in this facility do not speak English. The facility has a communication board system for working with these residents, however, on two occasions while the observer was present, the board was either not used or was found ineffective— leaving the residents frustrated or confused. This facility specifically advertises itself as multilingual.

If you have a loved one at Lexington Health Care Center Bloomingdale and have concerns about the care they are receiving, don’t hesitate to contact us at Levin & Perconti to learn more about their track record. This information may help you protect your loved one from suffering neglect, loss of privacy and dignity, and even abuse.

Healthcare violations are a major problem in many nursing homes and health care centers in Illinois, but these facilities aren’t going to be quick to share that information – even if it is publically available, you’ll have to dig. That’s why Levin & Perconti stays on top of any violations that occur at Illinois nursing homes and healthcare facilities.

Our expert Illinois nursing home attorneys investigate the health violations and stand with the families and their loved ones affected, as well as those who have lost a loved one as a result of negligence or abuse at a nursing home or health care facility, holding these facilities responsible for their negligence and getting the families the compensation they deserve.

How You can get Help

When you suspect negligence or abuse issues like these, it is your right to ask questions – and you should be given clear answers from the facility administration. Levin & Perconti are widely known, respected leaders in nursing home negligence and abuse litigation. We are proud to be strong advocates for creating a healthy nursing home environment where marginal care and abuse will not be tolerated.

If you feel that your loved one may be the subject of elder abuse or may be in a neglect situation at Lexington Health Care Center, or any other Illinois nursing home or health care center, Contact Levin and Perconti online, or call us at 877-374-1417 to set up a free, no obligation consultation with our experienced elder abuse and nursing home neglect lawyers.

Disclaimer: The above inspection findings are taken from public sources, including the Illinois Department of Health and from Medicare inspection conducted at the facility. Levin & Perconti cannot confirm that this page’s content represents the latest information available. The inspection findings published here are not complete. You may find the most up to date information at or Any deficiencies/citations listed on this page may have been corrected or substantially corrected after the date of the inspection and date of publishing this material. This page is a legal advertisement and a resource of information for visitors. This material is not endorsed by the facility identified or by any governmental agency. Levin and Perconti does not have any affiliation with the facility mentioned.