NYS Dept. of Health opens investigation into Williamsville nursing home

WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. (WIVB) – News 4 has confirmed that the New York State Dept. of Health has opened an investigation into conditions at Williamsville Suburban Nursing Home following complaints of lack of heat.

News 4 has received several calls to the newsroom over the past few days regarding lack of heat at the nursing home’s north building.

The last state inspection at Williamsville Suburban Nursing home was in Jan. 2017. According to the state DOH website, 90 citations have been issued at the home in the past four years, some for standard health.

A representative from the state couldn’t discuss the details since this is an ongoing investigation.

Williamsville Suburban Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing Administrator Peter Fadeley released the following statement Saturday afternoon,

“Williamsville Suburban, LLC is dedicated to providing quality of care to all of its residents. Williamsville Suburban, LLC is following all required guidelines regarding environmental and contacting the appropriate Department of Health regarding any issue involving it’s residents . Our residents will always be our highest priority and will do what is necessary to provide the highest practicable wellbeing. During the recent inspection that the facility reported to the Department of Health, no deficiencies were noted and the facility is following proper rules and regulations.”

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