Nursing Home in Bradford Put In Special Measures as ‘Inadequate’ for Second Time

A Nursing home in Bradford has been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission.

The Mount Nursing Home in Lister Lane Undercliffe is a 40 bed home.

This is the second time this particular Nursing Home has been rated in this way and has raised concerns for the welfare of residents.

Under the terms of the inspection it will be reviewed again to check if changes have been implemented as recommended.

What did the Inspection Find?

The Inspection found that there were 11 breaches of regulation which included:

  • Registered Manager not recognising or reporting abusive incidents
  • Some areas of the Home were unsafe due to lack of maintenance
  • Areas of the Home were unclean and smelt of urine

What did the management say about the Inspection?

The management pointed out that the report did identify good systems in place for managing patient medicines and that medical monitoring and reporting was good. In addition they will be working in full with the Care Quality Commission to deal with the things identified as inadequate currently

A further inspection is planned for six months time.