Extendicare Nursing Homes Sued for Poor Care



This company runs a bunch of  Wisconsin nursing homes (see list below) and the lawsuit claims that their advertising is false, saying they provide care that exceeds government standards when in fact they have three times the number of health and safety violations as do comparable nursing homes.


List of nursing homes:

Oakwood Villa, Altoona

Beloit Health & Rehabilitation, Beloit

Cedar Springs Health & Rehabilitation, Cedarburg

Cornell Area Care, Cornell

Willowfield Nursing & Rehabilitation, Delavan

All About Life Rehabilitation, Fond Du Lac

American Heritage, Hammond

Hospitality Nursing & Rehabilitation, Kenosha

Wilowbrook Nursing & Rehabilitation, Lake Mills

River’s Bend Health & Rehabilitation, Manitowoc

Mayville Nursing & Rehabilitation, Mayville

Menomonee Falls Health Care, Menomonee

Mercy Residential & Rehabilitation, Milwaukee

Maple Ridge Health & Rehabilitation, Milwaukee

Sunrise Care Center, Milwaukee

Monroe Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation, Monroe

Willowdale Nursing & Rehabilitation, New Holstein

Heritage Nursing & Rehabilitation, Port Washington

Monringside Health, Sheboygan

Meadow View Manor, Sheboygan

Sheboygan Progressive Care, Sheboygan

Willowcrest Care, South Milwaukee

Willows Nursing & Rehabilitation, Sun Praire

Crystal River Nursing & Rehabilitation, Waupaca

Wausa Monor, Wausau

Weyauwega Health Care, Weyauwega

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4 Responses to “Extendicare Nursing Homes Sued for Poor Care”

  1. Extendicare Update: Wisconsin suit not the first « Reading Tea Leaves by Randy Wilson Says:

    […] Extendicare Update: Wisconsin suit not the first By Randy Wilson I found this article today that talks about how Extendicare was also sued in Washington and Minnesota in the last few months on similar complaints. See my previous posting here. […]

  2. Ken Redman Says:

    My wife recently passed away in November of 2008. She was a resident of Extendicare, Port Washington and Cedarburg facilities. At Heritage, the condition of rooms was dirty, holes in walls, ants on floors, patients that went 30-50 minutes without response. Some of the nurses aids, nurses and especially the social workers and rehabilitation technicians were mentally and physically abusing. One aid even took money from my wife in the amount of $250 dollars promising to buy her personal supplies (money never recovered). After hip surgery my wife was sent back to Heritage Nursing Home and shortly thereafter was infected with the super bug, shingles and other variants. The administration then decided she was not a “suitable patient” for their facility. This I believe in part led to her rapid decline in health and eventual death. Extendicare has filed a lawsuit against me; stating that I owe them for services rendered. I believe the majority of these costs were covered under medicare, medicaid at the time (Cedarburg facility). There accounting staff did not pursue payment from these agencies aggressively and rather choose to pursue payment from spouse. I plan to file lawsuit against Extendicare and looking for assistance.

  3. Extendicare lawsuit thrown out of court « Reading Tea Leaves by Randy Wilson Says:

    […] lawsuit thrown out of court By Randy Wilson One of the first cases I posted about was this complaint filed in Minnesota state last October.  Now it appears that a federal […]

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