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from Runwood Homes, who became manager of Elizabeth House on April 30 2012, admitted amending the time of the incident on a care home record from 8. 05 to 20. 05, but maintained it was only because it had been filled out incorrectly not in the form of the 24 hour clock. He said the firm had investigated the incident and since brought in new procedures and more staff to supervise at risk patients.
, of Thundersley Park Road, Benfleet, demanded she see a doctor. Mr Giles raised a series of concerns in court, from his wife not being fed properly to conflicting accounts of the incident, including the time of the fall being subsequently changed on a care home record sheet from 8. 05am to 8. 05pm. He said a number of records about the incident conflicted with each other and a note was Nike Air Force Knee High
a spokesman for Runwood Homes, said care staff faced a difficult job, but he was confident they had acted appropriately, and elderly patients sometimes unfortunately fell in care homes. He denied a 1,000 offer was made to Mr Giles. A lawyer has criticised the coroner over her verdict following an inquest into the death of another Elizabeth House patient whose fractured hip went unnoticed. Earlier this month, the Echo revealed how staff at Elizabeth House failed to send frail Colin Baker, 75, from Rayleigh, to hospital after he suffered two falls, fracturing his hip. He was sent to Southend Hospital three days after the second fall, on February 18, 2012 after relatives demanded it. The hospital discovered the fracture and a string of other problems, including bedsores, oral thrush, dehydration and his being underweight. Coroner Caroline Beasley Murray recorded a natural causes verdict as the cause of death which was recorded as pneumonia, chronic emphysema and heart problems. Pathologist Konrad Wolfe said being bedbound could have led to the pneumonia setting in, but Ruth Hemingway, solicitor at BTMK Solicitors, Southend, which acts for Mr Baker's family, said Mrs Beasley Murray failed to .