Friday, November 6, 2015

California Armenian Home and that unprofessional staff

It's not a huge secret that the California Home for the Aged, dba California Armenian Home cannot find good decent help.  Nor is it some huge secret that Armenians do not patronize this facility, for various reasons but the top of the list is Yuba and her unprofessional staff.
They continue to keep the name "Armenian" on the sign in hopes they get some sort of donations (not happening) their enrollment in the 150 beds is still way below the 20%, and never exceeds 25 Armenians.
So we have an unprofessional staff, that is grateful just to have a job with no class or care on how to treat patients or families of patients.  The hospital cannot get community support, and most small better home facilities are operated by Armenians not a greedy mix of old timers that depend on Yuba as some sort of "expert"  (high school graduate)
The latest is their quest for more money and building little residences, none are pre sold.  No one is interested in living on the grounds of a place that is Anti-Armenian or being near Yuba and her "classy" desperate workers that couldn't find a job anywhere else and are hell bent on destroying what our families built.
Here is the latest of the staff misfits, and her escapes in Vegas,
To Whorey Lori; you better stay put for the next 20 years. if the new owners will keep you.
To Mary Ann Moreno : para su puta - From the Armenian Website.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

California Armenian Home a bad place to put your family, even the Armenian community doesn't support CAH

Don't be fooled by the poor marketing of California Armenian Home, they try to lie and say they are a "4 star nursing home".  That doesn't exist, there is no such rating except in the hotel industry. 

Armenians no longer support this embarrassment of a place, there is only 18 Armenian residents out of 150 beds.  They have turned it into a money pit of shame that will go downhill as the next generation of Armenians will not be around to serve on the board (a sorry bunch of people) or on the Ani Guild (no one under the age of 55 cares about this place.
Sell it and be done with it, we have small homes all over Fresno and home health care. 

California Armenian Home will not hire Armenians as Yuba the director hates them.  She makes $150,000 a year plus $20,000 in bonus.  Yuba started off 40 years ago as CNA then worked her way into the financial medical billing (always staying close to the money)

She has no college degree not even a high school diploma and has referred to herself as a MD (Medical Doctor) she is not and has been turned into the state.  She is stale old bread that the Armenians use to do the dirty work, most of the board speaks terrible about her and doesn't like her. 
Yuba hires her close group of "yes people" mostly desperate immigrants and single moms looking for work.  She takes advantage of their desperate situations, even hires nutcases like Lori Quinn.  Major donors no longer give a dime to this dump. 

So she has a new rifle a pink one
who is Lori Quinn aiming this at?
Maybe her idol Yuba SonofAbitch

Sunday, March 29, 2015

California Armenian Home and some of the reasons no private donations anymore

Low class staff unkept proudly taking photo down the
Walmart aisle.  Where are the lips?
Rode hard and dumped dirty
and this is why no private money will ever
flow into the California Armenian Home again.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

California Armenian Home, they never learn to stop violating healthcare laws

Here is Diane Ash, a LVN who is taking photos at work and posting it on the world wide web.
Diane has been there forever, mostly knows how to avoid situations and stay out trouble except for gossip at work.
Diane is trusted to administer medicine and many people have witnessed her not making sure the residence take their high blood pressure and other life saving medicine, she is a part of the white trash gang. Hates working there but needs the money.
California Armenian Home has a huge turnover of staff, LVNs, CNAs there is a few old pieces of wood around and Diane Ash is one of them.  She is a liar, claims she went to UC Berkeley. 

one of the few token white trash left there.

Armenians don't bother applying, several that were licensed and spoke 3 languages have applied
Yuba SonofABitch and Jan Vawter do not hire Armenians




Forget it Angelica they will not give you a raise, maybe you will start
stealing form the patients and residents there like Yuba has for the last 38 years
Especially those residence that have no family., Not to mention your laundry department
stealing clothes and other belongings of residents.  Face it you work with a bunch of low life trash
we know you need the job and no one else is desperate enough to work there kissing Yuba's ass
Yuba face lift is disgusting a common joke. 


Sunday, March 2, 2014

California Armenian Home once again snubs an Armenian Fresno Leader

Once again Ms. Yuba the Nazi has snubbed a Fresno Armenian leader, but this time it was just not any leader.  This woman was responsible for donating the money to erect a flag pole which houses the Armenian flag at the entrance of the California Armenian Home.  To spare her name and her family's privacy we will refer to her as her initials "AM".   "AM" 's family had called to have her admitted to the California Armenian Home.  They were rejected because the 150 bed hospital that she donated THOUSANDS $$ to claimed "We are full"
Maybe full of shit!!!
The real truth is the hospital namely Yuba the BLACK snake doesn't want Armenians in the hospital that have family checking on them.  "AM" has a daughter that is diligent and would have been watching every move of this staff. 
Never fear Yuba, it will cost you in more donations $$$ as your hospital slips further into the hands of non Armenians this wealthy Armenian woman "AM" is in a private home operated by Armenians. You see Yuba, aka the Black Snake....we have our own living facilities in Fresno County and won't be needing your services any longer. 

Saturday, February 15, 2014

California Armenian Home and written warning to the staff trouble maker Lori Quinn

It seems everyone's favorite flunky nurse is in trouble again.  What does this make?  Ah, that is right...2 written warnings in a period of 30 days for Ms. Lori Quinn aka Loriane Bristol Quinn aka staff trouble maker.

From what we are told, our resident trouble maker is at it again and being rude and unprofessional to resident's family members.  This goes from listening to their conversations and invading their privacy, to taking photos on the floor of the California Armenian Home, text messaging her gang that will even listen to her crap.  Or the worse being insubordinate to her superiors and co workers, making inappropriate remarks to family visitors to extreme bossy behavior and sense of self-righteousness.  The only problem with this is, these are getting reported and the staff will no longer be dragged into Lori Quinn's issues.  They may have had her back before but most grow tired of her game playing at work.  Kissing Yuba's ass or making calls to her superior for her side of the story just isn't making it anymore.  Lori grow up and just do your job and keep your ignorant mouth shut. 

We need to correct Lori Quinn, she remarked to a family member that "the patients pay for use of a room and we cannot remove them or tell them they cannot use an area"  Dear Ms. "Know it all" stupid ignorant Lori. 
The residents are paying for general room, board and care, using certain rooms that are PRE APPROVED is beyond general room, board and care.  Besides the majority do not pay a dam thing as they are on Medicaid, which is what the nursing home industry depends on to pay your measely salary.  So it is the government that pays for most of the services there at the California Armenian Home.  The Home Guild and Ani Guild are trying to raise funds for the remodeling to be completed, that is their business NOT YOURS. 

So lets try to help out our resident trouble maker to understand what it means to be "written up" at work and just what is a written complaint.  Is it serious?  or will Lori be able to con her way out of trouble again with a simple warning?  We will see but the pattern repeats itself with her, she seems to have a hard time with rules and regulations about privacy.  Lori also doesn't respect authority and is a bad example to the other employees that see her get away with calling the police, causing trouble, using a camera to photo graph and video illegally inside the facilty to barging in the board room as if it is her own private area.  The other employees are on to her trouble and are staying away, even though Lori gossips to them all about her issues with certain people some are now reporting her. 

A little friendly suggestion.......because we want to keep Lori at the California Armenian home for another 20 years so she can stay in her happy job and have plenty of time to think about her great job every time she drives up the long driveway to work.  Yes it is serious, it is their way of dismissing you without you having legal recourse because they after all.."warned you" of the behavioral issues.  Here is what you do 1) sign the written warning with an addendum of your side of the story and witness (go ahead drag in the other employees)  2) ask for a copy of everything, and periodically check in with your superior that you are in fact doing the corrective action necessary  3) you could hire an employment lawyer but it is doubtful you have the money for an attorney and trust us...Ed Fanucchi doesn't give a shit about you, he only cares about the liability of the home and turning the image of the home around for more donations.

It's your call Lori, if you can turn it around stay.  But knowing your reputation it's only bound to get worse. 

California Armenian Home gets paid a visit by TJC formally known as JCAHO

Quality and patient safety are of the utmost importance to health care organizations. The standard of care a hospital, physicians' office, pharmacy or nursing home delivers is vital to a patient's well-being and recovery. The Joint Commission (TJC), formerly the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), establishes standards by which health care organizations are expected to perform. These standards are designed to ensure the health of the public

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Our friends tell us that the TJC auditors paid a visit to the California Armenian Home last week.  Despite all their flaws and shortcomings, more than likely they will receive their accreditation with some sort of small fine and improvement.  Ah it's always about money.   Carry on Yuba, don't worry no one else wants your job, no doubt your handful of ass kissers will make you look good

Accreditation and Certification

  • TJC accredits hospitals, critical access hospitals, long-term care facilities, ambulatory facilities, behavioral care facilities, home care organizations, office-based surgery providers and laboratories. To earn accreditation, these providers must show that they meet TJC's standards for their particular program. TJC certification is awarded to individual, disease-based programs and services. Certification can also be given to health care staffing services.


  • TJC develops standards for each of the programs eligible for accreditation. For example, a hospital has a certain set of standards, while a laboratory has another set. However, all standards are focused on patient safety and quality. TJC uses the same broad categories to define its standards, although not all categories may be applicable to all programs. These categories include emergency management, environment of care, human resources, infection control and prevention, information management, life safety, medication management, individual rights and responsibilities and transplant safety.


  • During unannounced surveys, TJC staff will observe clinical and nonclinical staff. Staff will also randomly choose patient records, then trace that patient's experience from beginning to end to determine if standards are being met. TJC uses this information to grant or deny accreditation or certification. Accredited providers must undergo surveys every three years, with the exception of laboratories, which undergo a survey every two years. Programs receiving certification are also re-evaluated every two years.

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