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Laurelhurst Village

3060 Se Stark St, Portland, OR 97214

Based on 48 reviews


Services and Housing Options

Assisted Living, Nursing Home, Respite, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation

Estimated Pricing

Studio
Estimated $4,201

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Laurelhurst Village Description

At Laurelhurst Village, we provide a comfortable, safe, and active senior living environment. Our amenities, activities, and services are all catered to you!

At Laurelhurst Village, we provide personalized care that is tailored to each individual's unique needs and preferences. Whether you are in assisted living or skilled nursing and rehabilitation, we will work with you to create a care plan that meets your specific requirements.

Laurelhurst Village is located 2.1 miles from Portland, a medium sized city with a population of 632,309. Other nearby cities and towns include Milwaukie, West Haven-Sylvan, Raleigh Hills and Lake Oswego. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $69,946, 49% of the country has a higher median income.

This community provides Assisted Living, Nursing Home Care, Respite Care, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $4,201 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $4,073 in Portland, $3,897 in OR, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Laurelhurst Village is a member of a larger group of communities called Avamere. Laurelhurst Village is ranked 39 out of 50 communities in Portland and is ranked 287 out of 342 communities in OR.

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Health

therapy services

long term care

therapists

medication management

emotional support

rehabilitation

electrical stimulation

skilled nursing

assistance with daily living

joint replacement

social services

personal care

licensed nurse

long-term care services

ultrasound

24-hour care

respite care

occupational therapy

post-acute care

licensed nursing staff

speech therapy

hospice services

physical therapy

respite services

restorative therapy

personalized care

iv therapy

Activities

daily activities

individual and group activities

a variety of activities

activities of daily living

puzzles

wellness programs

exercise classes

social activities

Dining

private dining

specialized diets

Services

support services

Amenities

a full kitchen

emergency call system

exercise equipment

lobby

therapy gym

courtyard

security

dining room

Religious

spiritual services

mass

chapel

Information from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

This 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 5-star short-stay rating and a 3-star long-stay rating. Additionally, within its staffing rating, this facility received a 5 star registered nurse rating. This nursing home is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on 01/01/67 and is run by a for profit organization. It is a very large-sized nursing community with 159 nursing beds. Currently, there are 103 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 Services

This facility has not been given a health inspection within the last 2 years. This facility has been given 3.0 fines by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for a total of $9,753.25. The facility has had 2 facility incidents reported in the last 3 years that resulted in a citation.

Staffing Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Reported Nurse Aide Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

2.92
3.07

Reported LPN Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

1.23
0.9

Reported RN Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

0.81
0.74

Reported Licensed Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

2.04
1.67

Reported Total Nurse Staffing Hours per Resident per Day

4.96
4.77

Reported Physical Therapist Staffing Hours per Resident Per Day

0.13
0.08

Long Stay Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Percentage of high risk long-stay residents with pressure ulcers

8.81
7.2

Percentage of long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine

90
97.44

Percentage of long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine

93.88
96.51

Percentage of long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury

0
2.06

Percentage of long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms

6.11
3.51

Percentage of long-stay residents who lose too much weight

2.28
5.04

Percentage of long-stay residents who received an antianxiety or hypnotic medication

9.01
10.19

Percentage of long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication

20.66
13.44

Percentage of long-stay residents who were physically restrained

0
0

Percentage of long-stay residents whose ability to move independently worsened

30.22
24.34

Percentage of long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased

13.49
13.07

Percentage of long-stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladder

0.71
1.71

Percentage of long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection

2.1
2.05

Percentage of low risk long-stay residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder

48.35
51.29

Number of hospitalizations per 1000 long-stay resident days

nan
1.34

Number of outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 long-stay resident days

nan
1.51

Short Stay Metrics

This Facility
State Average

Percentage of short-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine

71.7
86.77

Percentage of short-stay residents who made improvements in function

70.19
75.74

Percentage of short-stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication

0.81
1.16

Percentage of short-stay residents who were assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine

89.86
84

Percentage of short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit

11.11
11.95

Percentage of short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission

22.22
18.92

Healthcare Near Laurelhurst Village

Laurelhurst Village is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Providence Portland Medical Center which is 1.0 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, and Portland VA Medical Center. Pharmacies close by are Safeway which is 0.5 miles away, Walgreens, and Fred Meyer Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Smiles on Belmont which is 0.3 miles away, Friendly Smiles, and Jonathan H. Warmflash.

Surrounding Area

Laurelhurst Village is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order pizza at Baby Doll Pizza, Thai at Mai Thai Restaurant or Japanese at Bamboo Sushi. Love the arts? Head on over to Echo Theater, Hawthorne Theatre, or Defunkt Theatre. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Lloyd Center, Fubonn Shopping Center, or Plaza 125. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Blair Community Garden, Laurelhurst Park, or Sunnyside School Park.

Weather

Weather in the area consists of an average of 178 days of rain, 7 days of snow and 179 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 2.5 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 76°F in the summer and 42°F in the winter, with an average temp of 57.6°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 70.8%, with max winds averaging around 6.8 mph.

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Reviews

General Staff Rating
Based on 16 total reviews
Care Staff Rating
Based on 16 total reviews
Food Staff Rating
Based on 5 total reviews
Cleanliness Rating
Based on 5 total reviews
Activities and Services Rating
Based on 3 total reviews
Code R.
2018-12-17

1.0 rating


I would give this place negitive 5 if possible. My father has been to this place twice now.  The first time was short term and went okay. I think they switched management because this time was a nightmare. My father is a stroke patient with a paralyzed left side. He has cognitive issues. He also is a dyalisis patient and has both his kidneys removed. He fell and broke his femur bone. He has a external cast which is made of two metal rods which hold his leg straight. This place reached out to me and told me my father wasn't making any progress so they wanted to discharge him. I expected them to realize that he would not be able to return home do to the fact that he has a broken leg. It was a no brainer to me that my dad can't make progress until his cast is removed and healed. I thought they would let him stay and then once cast was off they would do physical therapy to gain his strength back in the leg. Well, that

Cristina G.
2018-10-25

4.0 rating


I've had the luck of being a resident twice at the Laurelhurst Village acute care facility.   I'm on the "younger side" as SNFs go (49 the first time, 50 the 2nd) but both times I was highly dependent for care.The facility works hard to keep you with the same staff for continuity, which I think is great.   There is some shuffling (someone else may answer a bell or you may rotate to a different therapist due to scheduling) but they are all very kind and open to conversation based on your particular challenges/needs.I ate in my room as I had little appetite so I tended to graze.   I have a plethora of food allergies so that was often a challenge, but I was supplemented by outside.I was always very aware of the respect the care staff had for my dignity and my privacy.   It is much appreciated.I admire how much they work to make the residents feel they are involved in their own care and help keep them socialized and represented within the community.   Activity is encouraged throughout-and often residents practice their improving skills through the hallways.I love that it smells clean and not like body fluids or even medicinal.   I never saw anyone abandoned in hallways or even in the cafeteria.That being said, I couldn't give the facility 5 stars.   There needs to be more RN support.   I was told I couldn't see my primary doctor while I was In the facility because I was under the care of the facility's doctor-yet in over two weeks I never met the doctor. I think the CNAs need more credentialed support.

Shawnee N.
2018-08-09

5.0 rating


I toured Laurelhurst Village with my step-father this week. He's disabled and has decided to move into an assisted living place. I was pleasantly surprised by how lovely this place is.The staff is super kind, it's very clean, and the residents seem very happy to live there. They offer short-term and long-term care depending on your needs.It's next to a beautiful park, and there are shops and restaurants around. My step-dad really liked the place and it's definitely at the top of our list.

Amanda N.
2016-07-20

5.0 rating


Great staff, they work hard and the care is great. Food tastes good and the building is clean. I highly recommend Laurelhurst Village.

Tyler M.
2016-06-20

5.0 rating


A great facility with beautiful grounds and friendly staff. I also enjoyed mass with father John.

Deborah B.
2016-04-29

5.0 rating


My brother recently moved into Laurelhurst Terrace, the Assisted Living section of The Village. He is on the younger end of the spectrum of residents there. After 4 months I can honestly say he loves living there. It's a real community and the staff who work there are fabulous. They have the right number of activities and beautiful gardens, which the residents get to work in. All in all, I could not be happier for him. We are so lucky to have places in our city like Laurelhurst Terrace.

Connie M.
2015-07-18

5.0 rating


The staff at Laurelhurst Assisted Living--The Terrace--has been loving, responsive and conscientious. Father John came to visit my mother and encouraged her to make the move which was so helpful for us. There was a change of ownership and 3 changes in managers in the 2 years we were there but everything was seamless. When my mother's dementia increased, they helped me find a Memory Care Facility which at this time they don't have. Our family is grateful to everyone at Laurelhurst Village!

J W.
2015-02-22

1.0 rating


This place should be shut down.  I work in skilled nursing and this is one of the worst nursing homes I've seen.   My grandma had to be here a couple of times because she had Kaiser and there wasn't another facility with a bed open that takes Kaiser.The physical therapists are borderline incompetent.  My grandma was partial weight bearing on her one leg and they tried to make her go up and down stairs because she had stairs to enter her home.  They just wanted to kick her out even though she lives alone and can't even get in her house!  You can't walk up stairs AND be partial weight bearing.  Her doctors orders stated no doing stairs, but they didn't maintain any of her MD orders. The rehab manager is rude and unprofessional. The social worker/discharge planner was also rude and had no desire to speak with family members or coordinate care. The food came cold EVERY DAY.  She couldn't go from sitting to laying down by herself, but after helping her to the bathroom, the aids would leave her sitting on the edge of the bed and then leave room!  The aids rarely put her call light within reach or the bed side table with water near her.  When she needed help, she couldn't call the nurse.  When she was thirsty, she couldn't get to her water.  When she did have the call light near her, and she called the nurse for help to the bathroom, the average wait time for someone to answer the call light was 45 minutes.  (these are all violations of State law, by the way.)I could go on and on.  This place is horrible.  The therapy department is useless.  The care from the nursing staff is negligent.  The management is rude and even down right mean. If you care for your loved one, don't let them be admitted here.

Julie B.
2014-02-09

2.0 rating


My mother was admitted there today. She left the hospital at 3:45 and I have called twice in the past two hours with NO call back. They have a phone machine at the nurses station and it says to leave a message and that they will call you back. Now, I don't know how long is too long, but I really have no idea if my mother has even arrived or if she is okay. I tried to get to the facility but the roads were not okay and my car does not do well in the icy weather. So, does anyone there think that it might be a good idea to really return a call to a family member who is concerned about how their mother is? More on this later. I am not happy with their lack of communications and we will see how their care is. By the way, I am a nurse and have worked in and been in nursing management positions in nursing homes. I have been a nurse for over 30 years. I would not tolerate this of my staff. So, you bet I will be writing on how this goes with mom's rehab.

Marianne S.
2014-01-07

4.0 rating


After looking around at other nursing homes, we found that this was the best one. It's very clean and bright and so far everyone has been really nice and helpful. My grandm is only here for physical and occupational therapy until she can get back up and moving after a broken hip.  I was wavering between 3 and 4 stars because yesterday,  my grandma told me when they went to take her to her physical therapy, they weren't ready for her yet,  so they just left her in the middle of the room in her wheelchair with a newspaper. Being a 90 year old woman who is very week right now, how was she suppose to read her paper without a table in front of her to lean it on? They left her for 2 hours with nothing to do! I know that everyone is really busy here, but they shouldn't take residents from their rooms until they are ready for them.As far as the food goes, it doesn't look very good and my grandma isn't a big fan. They do allow you to bring in food foe them and even have a refrigerator that they can keep it in, so I thought that was a good touch.Like I said before, we looked at a few different places for her to go, and if your loved one has to go somewhere, I would pick Laurelhurst Village. No home is going to be perfect, but this one is clean and has a friendly staff.

Gia Brawley
2021-08-01

1.0 rating


Ari
2021-08-01

1.0 rating


I picked my grandmother up for discharge from skilled nursing at 9:30 tonight, after spending three weeks in their care. I immediately told the nurse she wasn’t her baseline (she has stage four cancer, but is lively and mentally sound), as she was not responding and shaking. I felt brushed off repeatedly, with no acknowledgment that she wasn’t stable enough for discharge. They finally took vitals and she had a fever, low blood pressure and high pulse… I took her straight to the ER. It’s now 1:48am and she’s being admitted, as she’s septic. Up until today I wouldn’t have had anything negative to say; her time there seemed positive, her progress from the physical therapy was impressive and my communications with the care coordinator, doctor and support staff were productive and informative. But I will say, it took 30 minutes to get from the facility to the ER, she was seen instantly, and when the doctor came back in after she stabilized he admitted that on arrival he thought she was going to die, so I think that says it all.

Matthew Gore
2021-07-01

1.0 rating


My mom was just released from this facility after about a 2 week stay. She did have 1 positive thing to say about some of the nurses. One of them could tell how bored and lonely she was and bought her some magazines and word finds. She seemed to like most of the staff. When I went to pick up her personal belongings though I had to wait about 25 mins to even be helped then had to ask for her take home medicines specifically and had to wait about 20 minutes for all those to be documented and counted. Then when I asked where my mom's personal wheelchair was they had no answer. I had to search the facility myself looking for it and did not find it anywhere. I asked to borrow one of their's till they found hers so my Mom could get to dialysis and was denied. I ended up having to leave with no wheelchair and just a number to social services to try to get a new one! Terrible!!!

Tony Angei
2021-05-01

5.0 rating


In November 2020 i had a spinal surgery and ended up in the skilled nurse facility for about 5 months.. Yes it was difficult for the first few weeks as it was my first time experiencing the type of situation.. But as I reside at resident a bit longer i was very well taken care of. Yes they are very under staff but they are doing everything they can from the nurses to the CNAs Doctors and physical therapists.. I just got discharged 2 weeks ago and was not able to thanked each and everyone of the people for everything. To my nurses.. Marley, Maryl, Tia, Tessie, Brenda, Bema, Mark and chester I thank you all for everything.. My physical and Occupational therapists Alley, Kelly, Barb, Fey, Mo and Cody thank you for your hard work i am able to function again with all the progress i made from all your hard work.. To my CNAs Laura and Ziggy thank you for taking care of me for the past months i really really appreciate everything that you do and im very thankful...This a very nice place to recover just be patient and nice to the workers cuz theyre doing everything they can....

Larry Fauvergue
2021-04-01

5.0 rating


Theresa Peterson
2021-04-01

1.0 rating


Didn't respect wishes for treatment. Went against pcp tx plan. Would not arrange visit thru window during first two weeks of quarantine. Very disappointing, pulled out after two weeks and have begun escalating concerns.

Sarah Burwell (Sarah B.)
2021-04-01

2.0 rating


My mother has been there and reports a poor expierence. Horrible food, and requests for alternate options such as basic salad are denied by folks who work there, who are less than friendly or helpful. Requests for assistance to use the toilet take 20+ minutes and have multiple times resulted in accidents. Don't feel that her dignity is promoted hear in the least bit.A little more kindness would go a long way.

Monica Spisak
2021-04-01

2.0 rating


Once upon a time this was a beautiful place to live. I enjoyed driving onto the property the upkeep was great. The parking was maintained unauthorized visitors parked where they were supposed to.The property is now unkept trash is everywhere. Residents don't pick up after themselves. Unauthorizrd visitors park where ever they want leaving residents without parking spots. We pay a decent ammount for rent but, it's not reflected in the maintenance of the building and grounds. My hope is once we move into.a different phase of the virus things will be restored.

Courtney Davis
2021-01-01

1.0 rating


Do NOT bother applying here. I got hired on the spot, told to put in my two weeks at my job and wait for my offer via email. A week goes by and I didn’t receive a thing. I call and leave a message. No call back. Call again and finally get through just for them to tell me that they’re sorry but they needed to hire in house. Imagine if I would have actually put my two weeks in. Yikes.

Bich Tram Tran Do
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


Bonnie Hall
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


Absolutely a 10! Caring, Professional Staff. Beautiful Facility!

Bonnie Hall
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


Angels work here!! Caring and efficient. The menu and food are AMAZING!

Jackie Dimmick-Steiner
2021-01-01

5.0 rating


SANDRA WOMELSDORFF
2021-01-01

1.0 rating


This place did not do anything for my dad... except make him worse off.. would not suggest that anyone have their loved ones here. .. if I could give a - 10 stars I would... The "caregivers " said that my dads call light was not working... so he had to scream for help ... the room phone did not work for days... this place is a nightmare!!... shameful... not sure how they can live with themselves

Jacob D
2020-01-01

5.0 rating


They took great care of my loved ones, clean and friendly 10/10 would recommend!

James Prichard
2020-01-01

5.0 rating


Great care

Code Red
2019-01-01

1.0 rating


I would give this place negitive 5 if possible. My father has been to this place twice now. The first time was short term and went okay. I think they switched management because this time was a nightmare. My father is a stroke patient with a paralyzed left side. He has cognitive issues. He also is a dyalisis patient and has both his kidneys removed. He fell and broke his femur bone. He has a external cast which is made of two metal rods which hold his leg straight. This place reached out to me and told me my father wasn’t making any progress so they wanted to discharge him. I expected them to realize that he would not be able to return home do to the fact that he has a broken leg. It was a no brainer to me that my dad can’t make progress until his cast is removed and healed. I thought they would let him stay and then once cast was off they would do physical therapy to gain his strength back in the leg. Well, that wasn’t the case. My father has good private insurance through blue cross blue shield and they harrased us and tried to get us to put him on Medicaid. We didn’t want to do it. My father had a unrelated injury and was transported to the hospital. They told the hospital that if he didn’t sign the papers for Medicaid, he wouldn’t be allowed to come back. This place is a joke. I work for Mult County and we will move forward with some sort of legal action. This place has repeatedly over medicaided my father and then tried to trick him into signing Medicaid papers. I’m sure this place thrives off the bad services they provide and bills Medicaid to house patients long term. The place looks great In the lobby, but once you get on the elevator and go to a floor it looks like a psych ward. I read past reviews and thought the must be wrong, but now that I’ve experienced this I know those people are not lying. Let’s see how long it take who ever runs this review sheet to respond. Also I tried to add a image of my fathers room situation and the 3 in tv he had in his room that was on the other side of the room where he couldn’t see it. But they won’t let me post pictures. They want you to thinks it’s a nice place with their photos. Send your family here and you will regret it.

Halley Lewis
2019-01-01

1.0 rating


My boyfriend's dad has been in this place a few times. He's paralyzed from a stroke and wheel chair bound. The nurses do not move him in his bed and he had pressure sores. The nurses are rude. The place reminds me of an insane assilum. It's empty and not warm or inviting at all. They just want your money. They don't care for their patients like you hoped they would. They also are short staffed (or just don't care) and would make wait when he needs to use the bathroom or leave him in there when he's done going until they are ready to come back to get him back in to bed. It's ridiculous.

Annette Bendinelli
2019-01-01

5.0 rating


My 98-year-old father has had two recent stays in Skilled Nursing at Laurelhurst Village, and we can't say enough good things about them. All of the nurses and caregivers were kind and compassionate, not just to the residents but also to my sister and me. Because Dad has dementia he can present problems for care facilities, but at LHV they treated him with dignity and kindness, and he loved it there! The nurses were never too busy to answer our questions, and kept us well-informed on any changes in Dad's condition. The social worker we dealt with was also extremely helpful and responsive, and enjoyable to work with. Dad had stayed at another rehab facility prior to this one, and we can say without a doubt that the staff at LHV was far more professional and caring. From management, to the nursing staff, to the business office, and the friendly people at the front desk, we feel like LHV was committed to providing us with a positive experience.

Lorri Henkelman
2019-01-01

5.0 rating


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.

Scope
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: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Include a process for Emergency Preparedness collaboration.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Address subsistence needs for staff and patients.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Establish procedures for tracking staff and patients during an emergency.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Establish roles under a Waiver declared by secretary.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Provide primary/alternate means for communication.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Establish emergency prep training and testing.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Establish staff and initial training requirements.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Conduct testing and exercise requirements.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Emergency Preparedness Deficiencies Implement emergency and standby power systems.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 E Smoke Deficiencies Have a fire alarm with audible and visual signals that transmits the alarm automatically to notify emergency forces in event of fire.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Smoke Deficiencies Inspect, test, and maintain automatic sprinkler systems.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Miscellaneous Deficiencies To conduct inspection, testing and maintenance of fire doors by qualified individuals.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies Meet other general requirements that are deficient.

Survey Date: 2019-02-20

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies Have proper medical gas storage and administration areas.

Survey Date: 2017-09-05

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Smoke Deficiencies Provide properly protected cooking facilities.

Survey Date: 2017-09-05

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 F Smoke Deficiencies Inspect, test, and maintain automatic sprinkler systems.

Survey Date: 2017-09-05

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Smoke Deficiencies Install smoke barrier doors that can resist smoke for at least 20 minutes.

Health Safety Deficiencies

Survey Date: 2021-07-22

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-09-07 D Freedom from Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Deficiencies Protect each resident from all types of abuse such as physical, mental, sexual abuse, physical punishment, and neglect by anybody.

Survey Date: 2021-07-22

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2021-09-07 D Freedom from Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Deficiencies Timely report suspected abuse, neglect, or theft and report the results of the investigation to proper authorities.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Resident Rights Deficiencies Reasonably accommodate the needs and preferences of each resident.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Resident Rights Deficiencies Honor the resident's right to and the facility must promote and facilitate resident self-determination through support of resident choice.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Resident Rights Deficiencies Immediately tell the resident, the resident's doctor, and a family member of situations (injury/decline/room, etc.) that affect the resident.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Assess the resident when there is a significant change in condition

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Develop the complete care plan within 7 days of the comprehensive assessment; and prepared, reviewed, and revised by a team of health professionals.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Quality of Life and Care Deficiencies Provide appropriate treatment and care according to orders, resident’s preferences and goals.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-05-24 D Quality of Life and Care Deficiencies Provide safe, appropriate pain management for a resident who requires such services.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Quality of Life and Care Deficiencies Provide safe, appropriate dialysis care/services for a resident who requires such services.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Quality of Life and Care Deficiencies Ensure each resident must receive and the facility must provide necessary behavioral health care and services.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Pharmacy Service Deficiencies Ensure each resident’s drug regimen must be free from unnecessary drugs.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 F Administration Deficiencies Conduct and document a facility-wide assessment to determine what resources are necessary to care for residents competently during both day-to-day operations and emergencies.

Survey Date: 2019-02-27

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2019-04-15 D Infection Control Deficiencies Provide and implement an infection prevention and control program.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Resident Rights Deficiencies Allow residents to self-administer drugs if determined safe.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Conduct initial and periodic assessments of each resident's functional capacity.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Ensure each resident receives an accurate assessment by a qualified health professional.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Develop a complete care plan that meets all the resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Resident Assessment and Care Planning Deficiencies Allow residents the right to participate in the planning or revision of care and treatment.

Survey Date: 2017-09-11

Correction Date Letter Category Description
2017-11-01 D Environmental Deficiencies Ensure that a nursing home area is free from accident hazards and provide adequate supervision to prevent avoidable accidents.

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