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Wellington Regional Medical Center Accused Of Killing Patient

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Bedsores Turned Fatal After ICU Stay, According To Filing.

Wellington Regional Medical Center.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

WELLINGTON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A woman allegedly died due to negligence at Wellington Regional Medical Center, according to a lawsuit just filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court.

Gladys Wenzel, according to the suit, “was admitted to Wellington Regional with a fractured hip requiring surgery She had no skin breakdown or pressure sores on admission. (But) due to Defendant’s negligence and neglect, Gladys Wenzel developed multiple pressure sores during hospitalization from May 3, 2020 through May 12th, 2020. Including DTI’s to both heels and a sacral pressure sore. These injuries occurred in Defendant’s ICU, further highlighting the lack of care that would be expected in an ICU setting.”

The suit says Wenzel died a short time later.

“Gladys Wenzel succumbed to her death on June 15th, 2020, after suffering tremendous pain from the bedsores developed at Wellington Regional.”

Wenzel’s is suing the hospital for an amount in excess of $30,000, the statutory minimum for filing in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. The family is represented by attorney Scott Fischer at Gordon and Partners in Palm Beach Gardens.

No immediate response was filed by Wellington Regional Medical Center.

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