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11 West Aloha Street, Seattle, WA 98119
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Information from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesThis nursing community has been given an overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid receiving 3 stars on its health inspection, 4 stars on its quality measures rating, and 5 stars on its staffing rating. Within the quality measure rating, each facility is given a short-stay rating and a long-stay rating. This facility received a 4-star short-stay rating and a 3-star long-stay rating. This nursing home is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on 01/01/92 and is run by a non profit organization. It is a medium-sized nursing community with 50 nursing beds. Currently, there are 37 residents within the nursing community. Be advised these resident occupancy numbers are not always up to date and are collected from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services website periodically. The community is a continuing care retirement community which is a community where there are multiple levels of care at a single location. Typically these communities have 3-4 levels of care including independent living, assisted living, memory care, and nursing care.
Alerts from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesThis facility has been given 1 fine by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for a total of $46,060.00. The facility has also had 3 substantiated complaints reported in the last 3 years that resulted in a citation. The facility has had 3 facility incidents reported in the last 3 years that resulted in a citation.
Overall RatingsBayview Manor is a highly rated nursing home, boasting a commendable 4-star overall rating, which is the second highest possible score. This places it within the top 30% of all facilities in terms of overall rating, and the facility holds the distinction of having an overall rating higher than the state average. In addition to this, Bayview Manor features prominently in the top half of facilities in terms of health inspection ratings, maintaining a score slightly above the state average. Furthermore, Bayview Manor also achieves a laudable 4-star quality rating, placing them among the top half of facilities based on this parameter. However, it's worth noting that their quality rating is marginally lower than the state average.
Staff RatingsBayview Manor is a highly rated nursing home, boasting a 5-star staff rating - the highest obtainable. It ranks impressively in the top 20% of establishments for nursing aid staffing hours, providing an average of 2.78 hours per resident per day, a figure that exceeds the state average of 2.53 hours. However, it falls short in terms of LPN staffing hours, sitting in the lower 40% with 0.76 hours, which is slightly below the state's average of 0.82 hours. The nursing home shines in the top 10% for RN staffing hours and licensed staffing hours per resident per day with an outstanding 1.4 and 2.16 hours respectively, surpassing the state averages of 0.89 and 1.71 hours. Despite these strengths, Bayview Manor is in the bottom 10% for physical therapist staffing hours, recording 0.0 hours per resident per day, which is significantly under the state average of 0.09 hours.
Covid DataThe Bayview Manor Nursing Home prides itself as being within the top 30% of nursing facilities, boasting promising vaccination rates for both residents and staff. The percentage of residents up to date with their latest vaccinations is an impressive 78.7%, significantly surpassing the state average of 61.0%. Bayview Manor's commitment to health and safety extends to their staff too, as they maintain a vaccination rate of 39.2% that is markedly higher than the state average of 28.6%. Thus, Bayview places itself among the top 30% of facilities with the highest staff vaccination rates. Both these rates exhibit the nursing home's dedicated approach towards comprehensive health care and disease prevention.
Quality MeasuresThe Bayview Manor, a nursing home known for its high-quality care, proudly carries a 4-star quality measure rating, making it one of the top-performing facilities. However, it's worth mentioning that they rank in the bottom 10% of facilities regarding residents whose ability to move independently has deteriorated, with a rate of 25.95%, exceeding the state average of 19.38%. Positively, they are amongst the top 10% of facilities having zero percent of residents suffering from one or more falls leading to major injuries, significantly lower than the state’s 2.8% average. Additionally, Bayview Manor excels in terms of bladder care, with none of their residents having a catheter inserted and left in, placing them in the top 20% of facilities, well below the state average of 1.97%. They also rank in the top 30% of homes where the need for help with daily activities has increased among residents (9.86%), which is not only less compared to the state average of 14.91%, but also indicative of their commitment to providing tailored, compassionate care. They maintain an unblemished record in the category of falls leading to a major injury, securing a position in the top 10% of nursing homes, with a zero percent report, again bettering the state average of 2.8%.
Emergency and Hospitalization Quality MeasuresBayview Manor, a nursing home facility, underperforms compared to others in the state in two key areas. It falls in the lower 40% of facilities for both hospitalizations and outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 days. Specifically, it maintains a rate of 1.95 and 1.27 respectively, both higher than the state average figures of 1.1 and 0.9. However, when it comes to the percentage of short-stay residents who had outpatient emergency department visits, Bayview Manor surpasses half of all facilities, with a rate of 11.29% which is just fractionally below the state's average of 12.09%. Remarkably, Bayview Manor is within the top 10% of establishments in overseeing the care of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission. Their rate of 11.65%, while lower than the state's 16.8%, demonstrates their commitment to effective post-admission care.
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Lovely community and the views from top floor public gathering areas (inside and out) are to die for. I love that there is a preschool on site too; lucky kids to have so many grandparents and lucky residents to have little kids to interact with. Great meals, just a very nice place.
What a wonderful place to work at! Everyone is very nice and engaging. The staff and management team made my job much easier as their director of nursing by doing a fantastic job in their departments. The residents are pleasant and well taken care of. I miss working full time for Bayview, glad I’m still able to help by providing consultation part time. Way to go Bayview :)
Bayview showed me that I could love nursing more. The MD Dr. Lester Sauvage, ARNP Robin Fontana, my co nurses, my supervisors, co workers, and residents has taught me how to serve and serve well. We always tried to do our best though we know we can't please everyone. I will always be grateful to bayview for the memories and joy.
I would like to sing the praises of Cherry, a Host in the Bayview Dining area, and with whom I work. Cherry is very knowledgeable about quality food service and dining. She is a very hard worker and is very dependable and reliable. I have learned a lot from her and she gives me great support when I need it during busy times. It is a privilege to get to work side by side with her and the rest of the team in Dining area and kitchen. Bravo Cherry! ;-)
I was invited to Bayview Manor for lunch from two friends that live in your facility. I was so impressed from the minute I entered your building to the time I left, everyone of your staff were so welcoming & warm, I immediately was put at ease & felt like it would be the perfect place for me when or if I were to need assist. Lunch was excellent, the server right on task, I was able to choose food I needed for the special food program I am on without a problem. My Daughter was with me & was equally impressed. Thank you
Wow, Wow, Wow! I've never started a review with that word, but had to because of my experience visiting Bayview yesterday. I work in the elder care industry, and don't often write reviews, but Bayview deserves a 5 star because of their health care leadership team. Look, amenities are important and they've got them because they just completed a massive remodel. Brand new memory care unit, gorgeous pool and huge fitness center, on the 10th floor one of the best unobstructed views of the city, great food and they're in the heart of the city at the base of Queen Anne. Yet when you move into a community, you want to know that the care team is dedicated and that there's continuity of care with staff. Janelle, the Health Services Administrator and Jamie, Director of Social Services are so dedicated they actually took me on tour which was an incredible opportunity to dive deep into their care services. They have a fantastic skilled nursing facility with one of the most reasonable rates I've found. They have many in leadership who have been at Bayview for decades, which is unheard of in this industry! The clincher, isolation from other generations is often a challenge in communities, yet they have a daycare on site - was fantastic to watch the kids in the playground as we relaxed in a sitting area. This is hands down 5 star.
Bayview has provided my mom, and by extension all of us in her family, countless blessings over these last couple years. Right now, I'd like to highlight the good care she is receiving while recouperating from a broken hip in your Health Center. I am grateful that she is in good hands with the nursing staff and pleased she can stay connected with her many friends while she works with the therapists to recover. One of her driving motivations to regain her independence, is so she can return to her lovely place with its fantaistic view! The community, the place, and the care - all simply wonderful!
This review is for the Health Center (nursing/rehab floor). My father is a dementia patient who spent about 3 months in the Health Center at Bayview Manor after breaking his hip. He was transferred directly from the hospital into Bayview for rehabilitation. I was not impressed with the Health Center. To begin with, they are wildly understaffed. Although they assured us that staff would check on Dad every 15 minutes or so, it was not uncommon for several hours to go by between times that any staff person peeked into his room. I didn't meet any employee at Bayview who appeared to have had adequate training in appropriate ways to deal with a person with dementia. Dad didn't understand that his hip was broken, so he tried to get up frequently, which resulted in many falls. It was clear he sometimes lay on the floor (with his broken hip) for quite a while before being discovered. (They would not consider using bed rails or other devices to keep him in bed or in his wheelchair, and as mentioned above, there were often hours between bedchecks. To their credit, at least they didn't drug him to keep him in bed.) Later, as Dad was able to start bearing his own weight (but was not supposed to be walking yet), he got up and wandered around the whole floor - even leaving his wing and entering another wing, which meant he had to have walked past the nurses' station - and yet no one noticed his wandering. Staff were really pressed for time. During the day, there was only a single nurse and one Aide responsible for an entire wing of patients. It was usually a half hour wait or more to get help when a patient needed to go to the bathroom. Some of the staff were really sweet people - patient and kind - but each had an impossible job, responsible for bathing, dressing, and "toileting" an entire wing of frail people, most with dementia. Once staff were available, they knew there were other patients waiting for them, so they usually tried to rush Dad, which didn't work at all. I was particularly appalled at seeing staff force-feed him. Dad hated this, and it was totally unnecessary, as he can and would feed himself if not rushed.The Rehab that Dad received was reasonably good, and the Social Worker was helpful with discharge planning, and as I said, some of the Nursing Aides and Nurses were sweet and kind. But everyone is in desperate need of intensive training about dementia (I suggest Teepa Snow, or Validation Therapy), and the staffing numbers need to be increased significantly.Until those improvements are made, I wouldn't place Dad there again.
I visited the Bayview Retirement Community just the other day with my company to help teach the seniors how to use Facebook. The facility is really very nice on the inside and the residents and staff are very pleasant. It was really fun working with the people here and I would recommend that any prospective senior should go and check it out for themselves.
My son has gone to the Intergenerational Children's Center since he was three months old. They have done a good job with him. He was a preemie who was born close to 31 weeks. And they have done a good job with helping my son with his development. It took a little bit longer to get over to the toddler room due to that he needed to be better at finger food and walking. But he has been in the toddler room since September. And they will work with the parents regarding any issues of discipline that they need the parents to help them with. I know my son has really good friends that he is growing up with. And he likes to visit the residents at Bayview Manor.
I work in another nursing community in Seattle and we have had some of our residents go to Bayview for skilled nursing/rehab. Their team is so thorough and work very hard to ensure they maintain continuity of care. Our residents come back to us better than they left with nothing but positive things to say about their stay at Bayview. Thank you to the team there!
Health and Fire Safety Deficiencies
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid report report health and fire safety deficiencies. Some of these deficiencies are more severe than others. The following table shows different levels of severity.
|Severity of Deficiency||Isolated||Pattern||Widespread|
|Immediate jeopardy to resident health or safety||J||K||L|
|Actual harm that is not immediate jeopardy||G||H||I|
|No actual harm with potential for more than minimal harm that is not immediate jeopardy||D||E||F|
|No actual harm with potential for minimal harm||A||B||C|
Fire Safety Deficiencies
|Survey Date||Correction Date||Letter||Category||Description|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Develop and maintain an Emergency Preparedness Program (EP).|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Include a process for Emergency Preparedness collaboration.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Address subsistence needs for staff and patients.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish policies and procedures for medical documentation.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish policies and procedures for volunteers.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Create arrangements with other facilities to receive patients.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish roles under a Waiver declared by secretary.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||List the names and contact information of those in the facility.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish methods for sharing information.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Conduct testing and exercise requirements.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||E||Egress Deficiencies||Add doors in an exit area that do not require the use of a key from the exit side unless in case of special locking arrangements.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Egress Deficiencies||Install proper backup exit lighting.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Provide properly protected cooking facilities.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Have approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Inspect, test, and maintain automatic sprinkler systems.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||D||Smoke Deficiencies||Properly select, install, inspect, or maintain portable fire extinguishes.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||E||Smoke Deficiencies||Install corridor and hallway doors that block smoke.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Services Deficiencies||Have properly installed electrical wiring and gas equipment.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Services Deficiencies||Ensure heating and ventilation systems that have been properly installed according to the manufacturer's instructions.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Miscellaneous Deficiencies||Have simulated fire drills held at unexpected times.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure receptacles at patient bed locations and where general anesthesia is administered, are tested after initial installation, replacement or servicing.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Have generator or other power source capable of supplying service within 10 seconds.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure that testing and maintenance of electrical equipment is performed.|
|2023-02-02||2023-03-09||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Have proper medical gas storage and administration areas.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Address subsistence needs for staff and patients.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish procedures for tracking staff and patients during an emergency.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||List the names and contact information of those in the facility.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Provide emergency officials' contact information.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Provide a means of sharing information on occupancy/needs.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Provide family notifications of emergency plan.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish emergency prep training and testing.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish staff and initial training requirements.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Conduct testing and exercise requirements.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Egress Deficiencies||Provide exit doors that are held open by devices that will automatically close on the activation of a fire alarm or smoke detector.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Egress Deficiencies||Have stairways and smokeproof enclosures used as exits that meet safety requirements.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||E||Egress Deficiencies||Have properly located and lighted "Exit" signs.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Have approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Follow proper procedures when the fire alarm was out of service for more than 4 hours.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Inspect, test, and maintain automatic sprinkler systems.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Follow proper procedures when the automatic sprinkler systems was out of service for more than 10 hours.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Smoke Deficiencies||Properly select, install, inspect, or maintain portable fire extinguishes.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Services Deficiencies||Have properly installed electrical wiring and gas equipment.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Services Deficiencies||Ensure heating and ventilation systems that have been properly installed according to the manufacturer's instructions.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Services Deficiencies||Have elevators that firefighters can control in the event of a fire.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Miscellaneous Deficiencies||Have simulated fire drills held at unexpected times.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Miscellaneous Deficiencies||To conduct inspection, testing and maintenance of fire doors by qualified individuals.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure receptacles at patient bed locations and where general anesthesia is administered, are tested after initial installation, replacement or servicing.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure proper usage of power strips and extension cords.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure that testing and maintenance of electrical equipment is performed.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||D||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Have proper medical gas storage and administration areas.|
|2019-11-26||2019-12-31||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure that personnel concerned with handling of medical gases and cylinders are trained on the risk.|
|2018-08-27||2018-09-11||C||Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies||Establish roles under a Waiver declared by secretary.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-25||D||Egress Deficiencies||Provide exit doors that are held open by devices that will automatically close on the activation of a fire alarm or smoke detector.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||E||Egress Deficiencies||Have properly located and lighted "Exit" signs.|
|2018-08-27||2018-11-07||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Have approved installation, maintenance and testing program for fire alarm systems.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Follow proper procedures when the fire alarm was out of service for more than 4 hours.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||D||Smoke Deficiencies||Inspect, test, and maintain automatic sprinkler systems.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||F||Smoke Deficiencies||Follow proper procedures when the automatic sprinkler systems was out of service for more than 10 hours.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||D||Smoke Deficiencies||Install corridor and hallway doors that block smoke.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||D||Miscellaneous Deficiencies||Have simulated fire drills held at unexpected times.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-16||F||Miscellaneous Deficiencies||To conduct inspection, testing and maintenance of fire doors by qualified individuals.|
|2018-08-27||2018-11-09||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure receptacles at patient bed locations and where general anesthesia is administered, are tested after initial installation, replacement or servicing.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-25||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Have generator or other power source capable of supplying service within 10 seconds.|
|2018-08-27||2018-10-25||F||Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies||Ensure that testing and maintenance of electrical equipment is performed.|
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