West Wind Village, an 88-bed nursing home facility in Morris, has passed an annual review by the Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services with only a few facility inadequacies. The Department of Health regularly reviews health care facilities across the state, assessing health care standards and compliance with facility requirements. West Wind Village received a few deficiencies for facility compliance.
Attorney Amy Doll, West Wind’s legal representation, says the deficiencies, including a plumbing issue and unlit lightbulbs, have been addressed. Doll notes that once deficiencies are addressed, the facility is once again considered in good standing with the Department of Health.
The deficiencies were not rated as immediately hazardous to residents, staff, or the public.