The U.S. Attorney’s office is accusing Vanguard HealthCare of failing to take care of the elderly patients at six of the company’s nursing homes in Tennessee.
The federal lawsuit that was filed today gives a look at life inside these nursing homes, according to the Department of Justice.
It uses strong language to describes in detail how patients were allegedly cared for, or rather not cared for at Vanguard’s nursing homes, most right here in middle Tennessee.
It doesn’t get much stronger than this. According to the US Attorney, Vanguard Healthcare provided “non-existent, grossly substandard and/or worthless nursing home services” to patients at six of the company’s facilities, five of them here in Middle Tennessee, including Boulevard Terrace in Murfreesboro, Crestview Health in Nashville, Glen Oaks Health in Shelbyville, and Manchester Health in Manchester. Also named in the federal lawsuit, the former Imperial Gardens in Madison which is now closed.
The 60 page lawsuit accuses Vanguard of (continue reading at NewsChannel5)