Five nurses who worked at a Northampton care home where patients lived on porridge and had pressure sores so deep their bones were exposed, have been found guilty of misconduct. The neglect came to light after five elderly people died in just two weeks at the now-closed home.
Home manager Phyllis Johnson and nurses Anastacia Madulu, Girlie Franklin, Maria McKenzie, and Mary Ombui had last week been found guilty of failing to provide basic care to 10 residents between them.
Home manager Johnson was also found guilty of failing to report the deaths of three residents to the Care and Quality Commission, failing to provide nutritious meals to residents and failing to ensure her staff were adequately trained. To read the entire article click here.