Scientology Narconon drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death

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Scientology Narconon drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death

Tony Ortega: DOX: Scientology drug rehab center found deficient after a 2010 California death
http://tonyortega.org/2014/09/11/sc...was-investigated-for-a-2011-california-death/

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Well here’s a shock. A patient at Scientology’s Watsonville, California drug rehab clinic, Narconon of Northern California, was rushed to an emergency room and died, the state later investigated the clinic and substantiated seven deficiencies — several of them major — and the clinic apparently suffered no penalty at all.
Investigator Alatorre found that Narconon of Northern California was in violation of every one of the allegations made against it:

– Licensee did not notify the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs of Decedent’s death until one year after the death of the Decedent.

– Licensee did not send a report of the death of Decedent until one year after Decedent’s death.

– Licensee did not possess policies and procedures ensuring Decedent sought timely medical treatment.

– Licensee provided an inaccurate statement to the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs.

– Licensee did not ensure Decedent was afforded safe, healthful and comfortable accomodations to meet Decedent’s needs.

– Licensee staff did not complete the required Resident Health Screening for Decedent

– Licensee did not ensure its counseling staff was licensed, certified, or registered six months from date of hire.

– Licensee failed to ensure personnel are tested for Tuberculosis annually.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/239357011/Narconon-Watsonville-2010-Death-Investigation
 
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