Green Park Senior Living Community

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This page has been written, edited, and reviewed by a team of legal writers following our comprehensive editorial guidelines. This page was approved by Founding Partner, Terry Crouppen who has more than 40 years of legal experience as a personal injury attorney. Our last modified date shows when this page was last reviewed.

Government inspections and third-party reporting on Green Park Senior Living Community conditions paint a bleak picture. The facility has a history of complaints and citations for problems such as low staffing levels, failure to maintain patient safety, and poor food quality. Its violations of state and federal government standards for senior care can create physical and mental health problems for its residents.

You trust that a nursing home will provide proper medical care, honor residents’ rights, and protect them. However, too often, nursing homes shirk their responsibilities, harming residents. If your loved one has suffered from abuse or neglect at a nursing home, you can file a lawsuit to seek compensation for their suffering and other losses. At Brown & Crouppen, we are committed to helping the most vulnerable citizens fight for the compensation and justice they deserve.

Common Complaints and Concerns at Green Park Senior Living Community

Green Park Senior Living is a for-profit nursing home located at 9350 Green Park Road, Saint Louis, MO 63123. Sadly, it is just one of many senior living facilities that fail to provide adequate care. Based on government and independent organization reviews, it is among the worst nursing homes in St. Louis. 

Senior care facilities must do much more than provide a residence for people. They must meet state and federal guidelines in several aspects of patient care. Green Park Senior Living Facility doesn’t meet patients’ basic needs in many areas. Complaints and inspection reports reveal conditions that can cause serious health problems and the potential for nursing home abuse.

Facility and Cleanliness

U.S. News & World Report details Green Park inspections that uncovered acute problems with the facility. Violations include failing to provide a safe, clean environment, not reporting suspected abuse and neglect, and failing to keep the facility hazard-free. In April 2021, the facility received an inspection violation for its lack of a pest control program to prevent mice, insects, and other pests.

Staff and Care Quality

According to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Green Park Senior Living Community staffing levels fall below the average of other nursing homes nationwide. The agency’s webpage for the facility contains an icon indicating that it holds citations for potential abuse-related issues. 

The nonprofit investigative journalism outlet ProPublica has compiled Green Park’s inspection reports, detailing a disturbing pattern of care quality issues. In 2023 alone, inspection reports found deficiencies such as:

  • Failing to ensure residents are free from significant medication errors
  • Failing to honor residents’ rights to a dignified existence and self-determination
  • Failing to provide appropriate treatment and care
  • Failing to assist in daily activities for residents who need assistance
  • Failure to provide food and liquids to maintain a resident’s health
  • Failure to implement an infection prevention and control program

In 2022, the facility received $128,000 in fines for serious health citations or failure to remedy a prior citation.

Food and Nutrition

The Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services notes serious food and nutrition deficiencies at Green Park personal care home. Specifically, an August 2023 complaint investigation revealed deficiencies in food service employee training, unpalatable food, food at improper temperatures, and a lack of accommodation for allergies. 

Poor food and nutrition are not new problems at Green Park. A review of complaints on the Health & Senior Services website dating back to 2016 shows a consistent pattern of poor food quality and safety issues. 

Activities and Engagement

Reviews from Green Park Senior Living residents and their loved ones on indicate that the facility provides inadequate activities and opportunities for resident engagement. Reviewers rated staff at 2.1 out of five stars and activities at only 1.8. Some of the complaints involved inadequate staff engagement, repetition of the same activities daily, and ignored patient requests.

Green Park Senior Living Community Ratings and Performance

Green Park has consistently fallen below acceptable standards of patient care. Inspections and complaints reveal a longstanding pattern of neglecting patients’ medical needs and disregarding their safety.

Data from indicates that over just three years, Green Park Senior Living received 187 complaints that precipitated citations. These complaints and other factors caused the government to issue the facility the lowest possible rating. 

Medicare’s rated Green Park as follows:

  • Overall: One out of five stars, or “much below average”
  • Health inspections: One out of five stars, based on 36 health citations versus the U.S. average of 9.3 and Missouri average of 12.2
  • Nurse staffing hours per resident per day: 3 hours and 19 minutes, which is the same as the Missouri average but below the national average of 3 hours and 47 minutes
  • Registered nurse hours per resident per day: 22 minutes, below the Missouri average of 26 minutes and the national average of 39 minutes
  • Total nursing staff turnover per year: 81.7 percent, well above the 61.7 percent Missouri average and the 52.7 percent national average


ProPublica reports that Green Park is a candidate for the government’s Special Focus Facility program for facilities with a poor compliance history. These establishments receive twice as many in-person survey team visits and increased enforcement stringency. In addition to fines, the facilities face termination from participation in Medicare and Medicaid. 

ProPublica also found that Green Park had 138 deficiencies noted in inspection reports between 2019-2023. These deficiencies indicate the facility’s failure to meet care requirements. Five of the deficiencies were infection-related. 

If you suspect your loved one has been subjected to abuse or neglect at Green Park Senior Living Community or another nursing home, there are several steps you can take. Start by immediately reporting the abuse or neglect to facility administrators and Missouri’s Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline, either via its online reporting system or by calling  (800) 392-0210. You can also contact law enforcement.

After you report the abuse, contact an experienced nursing home abuse lawyer.

How Can Brown & Crouppen Help?

Our firm has over 40 years of experience assisting clients in negligent care and nursing home abuse cases. Our team of skilled attorneys possesses in-depth knowledge of Missouri law and a track record of proving liability in complex claims. 

We have earned numerous awards and accolades for helping victims and are proud of our case results totaling over $1 billion. Some of our notable outcomes include:

  • $1 million wrongful death settlement. Our client’s mother suffered burns from an altercation at the care facility, resulting in hospitalization and death.
  • $500,000 wrongful death settlement. Our client’s mother developed stage four bedsores from negligent care by facility staff. Because of the devastating injuries, the client had to make the painful decision to terminate her mother’s life support.
  • $200,000 neglect settlement. A care facility failed to treat a bed bug infestation, causing our client significant discomfort and injuries.

Our clients are family, not case numbers. The people of Missouri are important to us. We are deeply involved in the community we call home.  Thus, we demand better from the nursing homes entrusted with caring for the most vulnerable members of our community. 

If another’s conduct has harmed you or a loved one, you need a strong advocate by your side. We can help. Call us at 888-803-2581 or use our online form to request a free consultation.


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