Solorzano Nursing Home Dumps Four Residents Into a No Care Home

February, 2020 Hyde Park Healthcare Center, a nursing home in Los Angeles owned by Crystal Solorzano, was recently found to have dumped four residents, all of whom had extensive care needs, into an unlicensed care facility in April, May, and June of 2019.  The facility staff failed to complete adequate discharge planning for all four residents, including failure to assess whether the residents’ needs could be met in the unlicensed home.  The facility failed to get input from the residents’ physicians and failed to properly notify the residents of their evictions.  One resident, with tuberculosis (TB), was sent to the unlicensed home with the wrong medications and failed to receive his TB medication for 18 days after his eviction.  Another dumped resident had diabetes and a third had end stage renal disease, raising concerns about their ability to get needed insulin and dialysis, respectively.  At the time of the investigation, the whereabouts of two residents were unknown.

Elderly Resident Suffering from Dementia Sexually Abused at Bellflower Post Acute

On 9/13/18, two days after she was admitted to Bellflower Post Acute, a 75-year-old resident with dementia was sexually abused by a 60-year-old male resident who had been exhibiting inappropriate sexual behavior and demanding other residents to have sex with him.