Health regulators have flagged off concerns with regard to the way a private nursing home in Co Galway is carrying out its proceedings. The regulators have prepared a report, which includes the details of the mismanagement of the nursing home.
Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) inspectors said, “They were very concerned about the inadequate response of Oranmore Nursing Home to allegations of abuse and its failure to take suitable and sufficient measures to protect one of the residents”.
However, the reports don’t include complete information about the allegations imposed on the nursing home.
At the beginning of the week, a report was published by the inspectors detailing the conditions of Owen Riff nursing home in Oughterard, Co Galway. The reports emphasized that a few of the residents at the home, since the past one month had not cleaned oneself.
Following the reports, Health Service Executive asserted that they will be taking up the responsibility for the proper running of the nursing home.
Despite the failings of the nursing home, Oranmore Nursing Home has been granted the registration. HIQA inspectors have criticized the move and highlighted that the nursing home has not made significant efforts to bring out changes to improve the nursing home, mentioned in previous reports.
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