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Hospital Administrative Penalties for Contra Costa County

Penalties Issued in 2011

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3901 Lone Tree Way, Antioch 94509, Contra Costa County - The hospital failed to ensure the health and safety of its patient when it failed to follow its policies and procedures related to ongoing patient monitoring and assessment and provision of patient care. Administrative penalty issued based on finding during a survey completed on 06/14/2007.

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2500 Alhambra Ave, Martinez, 94553, Contra Costa County - The hospital failed to ensure the health and safety of a patient when it did not follow its policies and procedures for the safe distribution and administration of medication.  This is the first administrative penalty issued to the hospital. The penalty is $50,000.

Penalties Issued in 2010

John Muir Medical Center- Walnut Creek Campus
1601 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek, 94598, Contra Costa County, Administrative penalty issued based on findings during survey completed on 3/8/2010.  Information specific to the incident resulting in the issuance of this Administrative Penalty can not be released pursuant to Section 5328.15 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.

Penalties Issued in 2009

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2540 East St., Concord 94520, Contra Costa County - Administrative penalty issued based on finding during survey completed 11/20/2008.

Penalties Issued in 2008

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2001 Vale Road, San Pablo 94806, Contra Costa County - The hospital failed to develop and implement policies and procedures to protect patient safety related to the use of controlled substances. Administrative penalty issued based on finding during a survey completed on 10/19/2007.

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2000 Vale Road, San Pablo 94806, Contra Costa County - The hospital failed to ensure facility staff followed policies and procedures for the treatment of a patient with a critically low laboratory value. As a result of these failures, the patient died. Administrative penalty issued based on finding during survey completed on 10/15/2007.

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2000 Vale Road, San Pablo 94806, Contra Costa County - The hospital failed to ensure that licensed staff were competent and trained to insert intravenous catheters for the administration of fluids and nutrition. The patient died as a result of the lack of competent insertion of the catheter. Administrative penalty issued based on finding during survey completed on 10/10/2007.

 

 
 
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