Minnesota Nursing Home Records
Pursuant to Minnesota Administrative Rule 4658.0130 EMPLOYEES’ PERSONNEL RECORDS, a current personnel record must be maintained for each employee and be stored in a confidential manner. The personnel records for at least the most recent three-year period must be maintained by the nursing home. The records must be available to representatives of the department and must contain:
A. the person’s name, address, telephone number, gender, Minnesota license, certification, or registration number, if applicable, and similar identifying data;
B. a list of the individual’s training, experience, and previous employment;
C. the date of employment, type of position currently held, hours of work, and attendance records; and
D. the date of resignation or discharge.
Employee health information, including the record of all accidents and those illnesses reportable under part 4605.7040, must be maintained and stored in a separate employee medical record.
Nursing Home Care Issues
Abuse and neglect of the elderly and vulnerable in nursing homes and other facilities occurs in many forms. Kenneth LaBore is a top-rated attorney who has over twenty-five years of experience with dealing with the complex legal and medical issues often present in nursing home and abuse cases and can assist your loved ones with holding the wrongdoers accountable.
- Bed Sores / Pressure Ulcers
- Fall injury / Injuries
- Medication Errors
- Dehydration / Malnutrition
- Physical Abuse
- Infectious Disease
- Sexual Abuse
- Wandering & Elopement
- Burn Injuries
- Choking & Asphyxiation
- Breathing Tube Care
- Urinary Infections & Sepsis
- Patient Lift Injuries and Other Improper Use of Medical Equipment
- Wrongful Death
For more information about Minnesota nursing home personnel records requirements or other questions about elder abuse and neglect contact Nursing Home Neglect Attorney Kenneth LaBore for a free consultation at 612-743-9048 or by email at KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.com.