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Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 1 november 2018

Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 1 november 2018

actions in relation to training, and highlighted the lack of reporting of errors. This has been communicated to the nursing staff, and appropriate incident forms are now in place to capture errors. All nurses have completed HSE Land training before 20th Dec 2018. This will be followed by a training day, onsite in January to include medication errors. Further action taken includes a mechanism to ensure that all incidents are reviewed by ADON, CNM and the Clinical Project Manager with oversight by the Quality and Safety Advisor pending the imminent set-up of a local Quality and Safety Committee in the hospital, first meeting to be held on 16th Jan. Weekly medication audits are now being conducted with the CNM reviewing a medication chart each day.
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Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 18 January 2018

Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 18 January 2018

The centre's registration had a condition attached in relation to the reconfiguration of the physical environment to be completed by the end of 2018. This was based on a commitment given by the provider to the Chief Inspector. However, the person in charge confirmed that works in this regard had not commenced. At the time of inspection some refurbishment was being undertaken in a small communal sitting room and the person in charge explained that this was to create a quiet room for residents and visitors. This inspection also identified areas for improvement in relation to documentation and the notification of information, as well as gaps in required training for staff, these issues are further detailed in the relevant outcomes of the report. An action plan in response to the issues identified is set out at the end of the report.
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Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 8 August 2018

Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 8 August 2018

The existing control measures included a review of the building and associated plan of remedial works. Additional control measures included a suite of proposals such as reduction of numbers of beds, widening of exit doors and the commission of a fire safety risk assessment of the building, as one had not been carried out since 2011. The additional control measures had not been implemented in spite of the due date being 'as soon as possible'. It had also been identified in the aforementioned risk assessment form that there was insufficient staff at night time and it was only when the issue was highlighted by HIQA that the provider arranged for staff levels at night to increase from four to five from 13th August 2018.
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Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 4 July 2018

Kanturk Community Hospital, OSV 0000572, 4 July 2018

1. Each staff nurse has been allocated the responsibility of an individual residents’ care plan. Refresher Training on Nursing Documentation is being given in September and October 2018 to all nursing staff to support this. Each residents’ care plan will be reviewed on a four monthly basis and also when a residents’ condition changes. The CNM2 now takes an active role in ensuring that all assessments, monthly weights, bloods etc are undertaken and that all new admissions care records are completed within 72 hours of admission.

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Buncrana Community Hospital, OSV 0000614, 21 February 2018

Buncrana Community Hospital, OSV 0000614, 21 February 2018

The provider or person in charge must consider the details and risk rating of the following regulations when completing the compliance plan in section 1. Where a regulation has been risk rated red (high risk) the inspector has set out the date by which the provider or person in charge must comply. Where a regulation has been risk rated yellow (low risk) or orange (moderate risk) the provider must include a date (DD Month YY) of when they will be compliant.

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Ox View Community Houses, OSV 0004431, 05 November 2018

Ox View Community Houses, OSV 0004431, 05 November 2018

Ox view community houses can support 13 male and female residents aged over 18 years with a diagnosis of intellectual disability, who require a level of support ranging from minimum to high, which may include co-morbidity. This service is a combination of residential and respite care. Respite care is provided on the basis of planned, recurrent short stay placements.

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Thornvilla Community Group Home, OSV 0001936, 19 November 2018

Thornvilla Community Group Home, OSV 0001936, 19 November 2018

Thornvilla Community Group Home provides full-time residential care and support to adults with a disability. The centre comprises of a two-storey detached house set in its own grounds in a residential area of a town. The centre is in close proximity to a range of local amenities such as public transport, cafes, cinema and shops. Residents also have access to a vehicle at the centre to support them to access other activities and amenities in the surrounding area. In addition, to their own bedrooms, residents living at the centre have access to community facilities which include a sitting room, kitchen and dining room. In addition, a large communal bathroom is available on each floor of the building. Residents are supported by a team of care assistants, with one staff member being available during the day to support residents when they are not at their day service. At night-time, the rostered care assistant undertakes a sleep over shift, but is available to support residents if and when required. In addition, the provider has arrangements in place to provide management support to staff outside of office hours and at weekends.
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Baltinglass Community Hospital, OSV 0000485, 14 February 2018

Baltinglass Community Hospital, OSV 0000485, 14 February 2018

The provider or person in charge must consider the details and risk rating of the following regulations when completing the compliance plan in section 1. Where a regulation has been risk rated red (high risk) the inspector has set out the date by which the provider or person in charge must comply. Where a regulation has been risk rated yellow (low risk) or orange (moderate risk) the provider must include a date (DD Month YY) of when they will be compliant.

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Bandon Community Hospital, OSV 0000557, 23 August 2018

Bandon Community Hospital, OSV 0000557, 23 August 2018

Bandon Community Hospital, established in 1929, is a single-storey building which had been extensively renovated. The designated centre is a Health Service Executive (HSE) establishment. It now consists of accommodation for 25 older adults set out in 21 single en-suite bedrooms and two double en-suite bedrooms. The centre provides long-term, respite and palliative care for local residents. There is an effective

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Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 24 January 2018

Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 24 January 2018

Proposed Timescale: Outcome 08: Health and Safety and Risk Management Theme: Safe care and support The Registered Provider Stakeholder is failing to comply with a regulatory requirement [r]

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Carndonagh Community Hospital, OSV 0000616, 22 August 2018

Carndonagh Community Hospital, OSV 0000616, 22 August 2018

The centre is located a short walk from the town of Carndonagh. On the site is a primary care centre and a day hospital. It is a single storey building and all areas were visibly clean. Equipment and appliances such as hoists, wheelchairs and walking aids were available to support and promote the independence of residents. The inspector reviewed all premises areas as residents with dementia could be accommodated throughout the unit, and in the dementia unit. The design and layout of the dementia unit was satisfactory with smaller dining and day spaces throughout the unit for up to 16 residents. On Oak and Elm some toilets and shower rooms had minor damage to floors and missing tiling which required maintenance and attention. The inspector was
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Carndonagh Community Hospital, OSV 0000616, 8 March 2018

Carndonagh Community Hospital, OSV 0000616, 8 March 2018

Capacity and capability Registration Regulation 4: Application for registration or renewal of registration Regulation 14: Persons in charge Regulation 15: Staffing Regulation 16: Trainin[r]

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Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 4 December 2018

Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 4 December 2018

basis. Residents' records confirmed that they were assisted to achieve and maintain the best possible health through regular blood profiling, monitoring of vital signs, quarterly medication review and annual administration of the influenza vaccine. Residents were referred as necessary to the acute hospital services and there was evidence of the exchange of comprehensive information on admission and discharge from hospital. A physiotherapist was present in the centre and a referral could be made by nurses or medical officer as required. The inspector also saw that residents had access to podiatry, dental, optical, dietetic and speech & language services as required. Residents in the centre also had access to the specialist mental health of later life services and to Psychology services. The psychiatrist and psychologist had offices based on the grounds of the centre and were available to review and follow up residents with mental health needs and residents who displayed behavioural symptoms of dementia.
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Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 4 July 2018

Clonakilty Community Hospital, OSV 0000559, 4 July 2018

experienced major issues with the fire alarm system in the week coming up to the inspection and all appropriate personell were involved and emergency measures such as a fire watch person on duty - this is an extra person to normal staffing and covers 24 hours per day to do a continual walk and check of the affected area. A new fire alarm system was sourced and was being installed. During the inspection there were further complications leaving the centre compromised. The inspectors issued an urgent action plan to the provider stating that the centre needs to have systems in place to ensure communication will be effective between two of the areas affected in the case of a fire. In the absence of loops 1 and 2 being
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Cobh Community Hospital, OSV 0000558, 11 October 2018

Cobh Community Hospital, OSV 0000558, 11 October 2018

accommodated over two floors in single, double and quadruple rooms. The older and main part of the hospital comprised three floors. The ground floor was split into two levels with the upper level accessible via a platform type lift or by a stairs consisting of six steps. Bedroom accommodation on the ground floor comprised four single bedrooms and two twin bedrooms. Bedroom accommodation on the upper level of the ground floor comprised 1 single en-suite bedroom and one four-bedded en-suite room. Bedroom accommodation on the first floor comprised three single bedrooms, four twin bedrooms and two four-bedded rooms. The second floor was used primarily as office space but also contained the hairdressing salon. The first and second floors were accessible by a large elevator and by stairs. This older section was connected by a corridor and stairs to a more recently built section on a lower level. This newer 12-bedded section, was very nicely decorated and there was a lovely interactive atmosphere amongst residents and staff.
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Ennistymon Community Hospital, OSV 0000608, 13 November 2017

Ennistymon Community Hospital, OSV 0000608, 13 November 2017

Requirements This section sets out the actions that must be taken by the provider or person in charge to ensure compliance with the Health Act 2007 Care and Welfare of Residents in Desig[r]

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Rathedmond Community Group Home, OSV 0001934, 27 November 2018

Rathedmond Community Group Home, OSV 0001934, 27 November 2018

The inspector met the three residents currently living at rathedmond community group home during the course of the inspection. Residents told the inspector that they had lived together at the centre for a long time and got on well with each other. Residents said they felt safe when at the centre and enjoyed coming there each week after spending the weekend with their families. Residents said that they liked the staff that worked at the centre and were happy with the care and support they received.

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St Patricks Hospital, OSV 0000595, 26 November 2018

St Patricks Hospital, OSV 0000595, 26 November 2018

Governance arrangements for the service were as set out in the statement of purpose and there were systems in place to collate and review quality data to identify and assess areas for improvement. However as identified in all previous inspection reports, the accommodation in the larger multi-occupancy rooms did not achieve the aims of the service as outlined in the statement of purpose. Inspectors found evidence that the environment impacted on the wellbeing of residents. There was very limited personal space for individual personal possessions. The Health Service Executive (HSE) has committed to replacing St Patrick’s Hospital with a new purpose-built community nursing unit by December 2019. In the interim, some resources had been used to improve the communal areas and a total of seven beds had been removed from two wards with both residents and staff benefiting from the increased personal space. Inspectors saw that the new building was well
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Kanturk Community Hospital, Kanturk, Cork

Kanturk Community Hospital, Kanturk, Cork

A draft End of Life Care Plan has been adopted for use in Kanturk Community Hospital; this will be piloted for residents at the end stage of their life. This Care Plan will be developed in consultation with the resident and/or their family and will ensure only appropriate interventions are carried out. It will also act as a guide for nursing staff to treatment and documenting progress and promoting comprehensive communication for the multidisciplinary Team.

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Kanturk Community Hospital, Kanturk, Cork

Kanturk Community Hospital, Kanturk, Cork

An evidence based system will be put in place to ensure that the service provided is safe, appropriate consistent and effective .Audits will be carried out in order to capture appropriate data on areas such as: Nursing Care Plans, Pressure Ulcers, Environment, Resident Experience, Falls, Restraint, Health and Safety. Current weekly data collection will be discontinued. The hospital is involved in a Falls Project since Jan 2016, part of this project is to establish a baseline, identify trends, establish ways of preventing and reducing falls .Issues raised at residents’ meetings will be addressed adequately,
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