” within a nursing home in Yonne belonging to the Bridge group caused its “
” suspension for six months, the Burgundy-Franche-Comté Regional Health Agency (ARS) announced on Wednesday.
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This is the second Bridge establishment to be suspended in three months, after that of a Norman nursing home in early March.
An inspection carried out on May 11 and 12 by the ARS revealed "
a large number of malfunctions
" within the Ehpad Résidence Flore de Saint-Agnan, located northwest of Yonne, specifies the ARS in a statement.
Three temporary administrators
The lack of continuity of medical and paramedical care in particular seriously endangers the health and safety of the people received
,” explains the health authority.
A lack of care and individualized support adapted to the age and needs of residents and promoting their autonomy, also compromises their health and well-being
", according to the press release which also mentions "
other shortcomings relating to the medication circuit or the securing of the premises
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The ARS therefore appointed three temporary administrators, on May 18, in order "
to ensure the continuity of care for the forty residents of this establishment managed by the SARL EHPAD Flore
", belonging to the Bridge group .
At the beginning of March, another Ehpad of this group, Les Opalines in Moutiers-en-Cinglais (Calvados), had been suspended for six months, also for "
The group, which owns around thirty nursing homes in France, could not be reached on Wednesday at the end of the day.
In early March, the government announced a “
vast control plan
” for the 7,500 nursing homes over two years to prevent abuse, in the wake of the scandal created by the publication of the investigative book “