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Canada 'It was like they were playing football with her': Hillel Lodge rebuked for refusing resident returned from hospital

17:35  25 february  2020
17:35  25 february  2020 Source:   ottawacitizen.com

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Ontario’s Ministry of Long-Term Care has issued a “written notification” against Hillel Lodge for refusing to accept a resident who was returned home from hospital early one morning last September but did not require the lodge to take any corrective action as a result of the incident.

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A written notification is the mildest form of rebuke the ministry has for long-term care homes that fail to comply with ministry policies.

The person is only identified as “resident #001” in the report, but the facts coincide with the story of Maia Giller, whose story was told in this newspaper earlier this month.

Giller, 88, had advanced dementia and had lived at Hillel since 2011. On the night of Sept. 17, Giller was sent by ambulance to The Ottawa Hospital where she spent about nine hours and was seen by medical staff but not admitted.

The hospital returned her to Hillel at 4 a.m. the next day by a patient transfer service, but the lodge refused to let her back inside. Giller’s son, Yuriy Hillyer, who was with his mother at the time, said the nurse on duty locked the lodge door, leaving Giller on her gurney outside on the sidewalk with her attendants. She was taken back to the hospital’s Civic Campus where she died 10 days later.

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a man holding a sign posing for the camera:  Yuriy Hillyer poses holding photos of his mother Maia. © Tony Caldwell Yuriy Hillyer poses holding photos of his mother Maia.

“This story was so terrible,” Hillyer said Monday. “It was hell for her in the hospital and in the lodge. It’s like they were playing football with her, kicking her back and forth.”

Hillyer said he was told last week by the ministry that the report on his mother was available. The publicity around the case seemed to help his complaints be taken seriously, he said.

“They started to pay a little bit more attention,” he said. “For three or four months it was like no one even looked at the file.”

In her finding, the ministry’s inspector found Hillel Lodge “failed to ensure that staff and others involved in the different aspects of care collaborated with each other in the assessment of resident #001 so that their assessments were integrated, consistent with and complimented each other.

“On a specified date, resident #001 was readmitted to the home from a medical leave. On the same day, the resident returned to acute care, and according to documentation, the resident’s substitute decision-makers (SDMs) agreed to this transfer. Several hours later, the resident was returned to the home. The resident was not readmitted to the home and was sent back to the hospital. Documentation from an Emergency Room Physician indicated that they had been trying to contact the home’s management with no results.”

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The investigator found Hillel’s staff “did not collaborate with the staff at the hospital when the resident returned from hospital” and that the registered nurse on duty “did not attempt to communicate with the hospital.”

The incident was one of four incidents of non-compliance the ministry found concerning the care of Giller and several other patients, and the only one that didn’t involve a request for a “voluntary plan of correction” the next highest level of censure.

The other written notifications cited Hillel staff for failing to notice when “ resident #001″ had stopped eating and drinking, and again when she had begun to lose weight. Aides at the lodge also failed to properly record nutrition intake for several residents, the investigator found. In the case of two residents, including “resident #001”, medication wasn’t administered as their doctors had prescribed.

The report ordered the lodge to prepare written plans to improve nutrition monitoring, track residents’ weight changes and to correct the way drugs are administered to one of the residents. The investigation took place over seven days in January.

In an emailed statement, Hillel Lodge executive director Ted Cohen said he could not comment on specific incidents for privacy reasons.

“Hillel Lodge has a proud tradition of quality care. In particular, Hillel Lodge is known for excellence in palliative and end-of-life care,” Cohen said. “As part of our ongoing quality improvement activities, we ensure that any issues that arise related to the care of our residents or the services we provide are quickly addressed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by our highly trained staff. In all instances, Hillel Lodge immediately addresses any issues identified in written notifications and/or voluntary plans of correction through its quality improvement activities.”

The incident is still being investigated by Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman.

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